- 5.012 Feb 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
They hire great people with experience. Sensible and likeable people in charge. Nice offices and locations
Maybe not as advanced in some areas as other RPO but there is definitely an emphasis on doing things right and not engaging in a 'race to the bottom' on costs like othersManpowerGroup Response5y
Thank you for your feedback and review. I am delighted to know that your experience with us was a positive one. We consider our people to be our greatest asset, which is why we focus on bringing together a diverse array of highly skilled and experienced individuals. We also focus on fostering positive and supportive environments within our organisation. This ensures that everyone feels comfortable and able to perform to the best of their abilities.
- 5.02 Nov 2023Senior Project ManagerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsMilwaukee, WI
This company was fantastic to work for. They have a lot of integrity and endless SMEs.
Salary was on the low side.
- 2.030 Jul 2023RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 3 years
*Variety of positions to fill which leads to self-learning & self growth. *You will learn to be your biggest champion & motivator. *The other teams you hire for will keep you going & renew your faith in your role.
If you are in TA and seeking a place of encouragement and growth where you feel overall valued & value, this would not be it. *Micromanaged environment that is not based on rewarding real results. *You will spend half of your life answering questions on Teams & praising others. *Mgmt. seasonally designates favorites and they will suffocate you with their embellished results. *The (newer) “management team” responds to you when they need something, & do not promote safe communication or team camaraderie & are weirdly competitive with each other & their teams. *Leadership is stone-cold, does not address issues and only cares if you’re on their special list. *If you actually produce, you may be expected to take on other’s work, in other verticals, while they do “other” things that aren’t as intense. *It is a well-known fact that results are manipulated to justify, unjustly promotions and hires. *High output typically does not get rewarded with anything but more work. On the contrary, barely producing recruiters & personality hires are continually glorified. *It is preferred that you act like an overly zealous cheerleader or just be completely agreeable, in any crazy, failing scenario. *Do not expect an elevated level of professional development as time goes by. *Disorganization. You will be busier than your manager and your role & volume could change on any given day. Uninspiring place to be. If you are not affected by environment whatsoever, this could be an option.1