Newest Review: ... but that still makes me wonder. if I am indeed a "good and willing hard worker" why thenam I only given 1 or possibly 2 shifts p... more
Unfair, money grabbing and unprofessional.
Author Name: Cerberus
Disadvantages: Too many to list
Have just been reviewed as a "good and willing hard worker" at nestle. I work for PMP there.
I should be pleased except that I am wondering how they know?
I havent received a shift from them in 3 months.
Possibly they are rating me on the six months prior to that but that still makes me wonder. if I am indeed a "good and willing hard worker" why thenam I only given 1 or possibly 2 shifts per week despite being asked for by at least two department heads? Especially when some others with rather less glowing reviews manage to get 5 shifts a week and training on not 1, not 2 but 3 different machines.
The answer is simple I'm afraid. Your face either fits or it doesn't. Over the years I have worked for 5 different "employment agencies". I am self employed and have used these agencies to supplement income when times are hard. Agencies are what they are and not ideal but are usually fair and equitable in their dealings with you but unfortunately PMP seems to go out of its way to make life harder for its employees.
In 10 months I have NEVER heard anyone say one positive thing about PMP. They have short paid people, witheld wages, failed to inform workers of training opportunities, treat workers with zero respect and if challenged have summarily dismissed that worker.
In my opinion PMP are without doubt the WORST agency in the business.
Summary: Just Awful!