Manpower, Inc. of SE Michigan will be hosting a job fair to recruit production workers for open positions at JAC Products on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 from 10:00am – 2:00pm. The fair will take place at JAC’s south plant, located at 225 S. Industrial Drive in Saline.
Stop by and talk to a Manpower representative about great opportunities at this premier Washtenaw County manufacturing plant! These are full-time openings available on first, second, and third shifts, working 40+ hours a week.… Read More
Manpower, Inc. of SE Michigan will be hosting a series of job fairs to recruit food production workers for temporary/seasonal positions at “JIFFY” mixes (Chelsea Milling Company) in Chelsea, Michigan.
Three job fairs will take place at “JIFFY” mixes, located at 201 W. North Street in downtown Chelsea. Plan to attend one of the following dates/times:
- Thursday, June 9th from 12noon – 3pm;
- Tuesday, June 14th from 3pm – 6pm; or
- Friday, June 17th from 9am-12noon.
These are great opportunities at a premier company working with awesome people producing one of America’s favorite baking products!… Read More
Due to the Memorial Day holiday, there will be no walk-in hours at our Ann Arbor and Monroe offices on Monday, May 30th. Our phones are staffed 24/7/365, however. Please feel free to call us at 734-665-1232 if you have any questions, concerns, or staffing needs.
We will resume normal business hours for walk-in traffic on Tuesday, May 31st.
Have a wonderful holiday!… Read More
Hello, Manpower Associates. Please read this important message regarding the use of PeopleNet to enter/submit your payroll hours.
Your hours must be entered/submitted for approval each week by Sunday at midnight to avoid interruption in getting paid on time. If you enter your hours late, please contact Manpower’s accounting department so that we can see it through that your hours are approved.
Ensure you select the correct week ending date and do not enter time out of week. Manpower’s payroll period runs Monday through Sunday so the week ending date will be that Sunday.… Read More
ATTENTION MANPOWER CUSTOMERS AND ASSOCIATES:
Our Ann Arbor office is currently experiencing some electrical issues and we will be losing ALL power (including phones in Ann Arbor and email in both Ann Arbor and Monroe) by 2:00pm this afternoon (Friday, May 6, 2016). This outage will temporarily cause our email server to go down at our Monroe office as well. We have been told we should expect to have all power restored around 8:00pm this evening.
If you need to reach us during this time, please contact our Monroe office at 734-241-2040 or our 24/7/365 alternate cell phone line at 734-323-5044.… Read More
Manpower, Inc. of SE Michigan will be hosting a job fair to recruit production workers for open positions at Plastic Omnium’s Auto Inergy Division in New Boston, Michigan.
The event will take place on Saturday, May 7th from 9am to 2pm at Plastic Omnium (located at 36000 Burelle Avenue, New Boston, MI 48164).
Stop by and talk to Manpower about great opportunities at this premier manufacturing plant! These are full-time, long-term positions available on all 3 shifts. Starting pay rate is $11.00-11.35 per hour. … Read More
We understand getting paid is important to you and we’ll make every effort to ensure you receive your pay on a timely basis. Doing so, however, is dependent on Manpower receiving an accurate report of your payroll hours on time for each week you work.
All timeslips must be received by our office no later than 5:00pm every Monday following the week you worked in order to be processed on time. Late timeslips will result in a delay of processing and distributing your payroll funds.… Read More
The latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, released last week by ManpowerGroup, indicates stable hiring plans among U.S. employers for the second quarter of 2016. Taking into account seasonal variations, the Net Employment Outlook is +16%, making anticipated hiring in Quarter 2 2016 relatively stable compared to Quarter 1 2016 and unchanged from last year at this time.
Of the more than 11,000 U.S. employers surveyed, 22% anticipate increasing staff levels in Quarter 2 2016. This is a 2% drop from Quarter 1 2016, and unchanged from Quarter 2 2015.… Read More