ManpowerGroup Assisting Marriott Employees in Ireland as Part of the Global Brand Partnership
ManpowerGroup & Marriott Partnership
Manpower is collaborating with Marriott because of our relationship with hundreds of employers across Europe and our access to part-time and temporary assignments. We’re here to help Marriott staff find suitable work during these difficult times. Throughout our history in Ireland, we have led the way in the world of work. Few companies can match Manpower’s history, and we’re proud to remain the global leader in contingent and permanent recruitment workforce solutions.
"During these unprecedented times Marriott has partnered with Manpower to provide you with a range of temporary job opportunities with some of the worlds leading organisations, and a suite of resources to help you secure a short term role".
Colin Minto – Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Planning & Employer Brand, Europe, Middle East & Africa
About ManpowerGroup Ireland
We’re part of ManpowerGroup – the world’s workforce expert, which connects more than 600,000 people to work every day and helps more than 400,000 clients worldwide. With 3,000 offices in 80 countries worldwide, ManpowerGroup offers the full spectrum of workforce solutions needed to address the complex recruitment challenges that exist today. The world of work is always changing and we never stand still.
What Resources are Available to Marriott Associates through the Manpower Ireland Partnership?
Job Opportunities Across Ireland
The Manpower Jobs web page is a great place to see what opportunities are available in your area. Use the search boxes to search by Job Title or simply enter in the area you live in and see what’s available in your area.
If there isn’t currently anything that interests you on our site, don’t forget you can get in touch with our Support Team or you can create a job alert and the site will send you an email when something is added to the site that meets your criteria.
Training & Development Services
This could be a great time to think about some training and up-skilling in areas that interest you or that support your desired career path. Softskills offers a large range of online training and courses. Find over 1,000 courses from time management and presentation skills to Microsoft word and project management to help you kick-start your career. We’d like to offer you 60 Days Free access to our platform so you can make the most of this time.
For Further Details on our 60 Day Softskills Offer Click Below https://www.manpower.ie/article/60-day-free-trial-of-skillsoft/
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Job Search Tips and Advice
We understand that when you’re looking for a new job in changed circumstances it can be a stressful time and it can be hard to know where to start. Manpower Ireland has developed a Tips & Advice Section on our website to provide you with useful insights into areas like CV Preparation, Interview Techniques as well as some useful Videos.
Videos & Practical Advice
In this section we have included some videos and advice which we feel might be useful when applying for jobs. In these times, face to face interviews have been suspended by most organisations. Therefore, expect to either have phone interviews or video interviews through Skype or some other video chat facility.
Use your CV to showcase your achievements. Companies are results-orientated, so it’s important that you emphasise how you made a difference in your previous roles and the value you added. And remember, honesty is the best policy. Make sure all the information is accurate, up-to-date, and there are no exaggerations.
Your CV needs to attract the reader’s attention and create interest quickly. Using clear subheadings and bullet points can help with this. Furthermore, try to keep it under two pages long, and avoid jargon and abbreviations – they can make it more difficult to read.
Remember to adjust your CV for every job you apply for. It’s important that you target it for the specific role, showing why you’re suitable and what you can contribute.
When you think you’re finished, ask someone else to proof read it for you. A fresh pair of eyes can help you to pick up on any grammatical or spelling mistakes that you’ve missed. Finally, commit it to memory. Your CV will form the basis of your interview, so be prepared to discuss everything you’ve listed.
If you’ve been invited for a job interview, the recruiter thinks you hold the right skills and experience for the role. This is your chance to prove it to them, and demonstrate in-person that you’re perfect for the job.
Before the interview, research the organisation, by taking a look at the website and any recent news articles which relate to them. Make a mental note of what they do, latest industry trends, and basic information like their number of locations and employees. You can use this information during the interview to show you’re genuinely interested in what they do.
Finally, remember that first impressions are important. So take the time to carefully consider what you’ll wear and prepare your route in advance. During the interview, show the interviewer that you’re interested in the job by maintaining eye contact and using positive body language. Keep your responses relevant to the question; and clearly articulate why you want the job. And remember – take your time.
Contact Manpower Ireland Today
We appreciate that you may need to find work or an assignment as quickly as possible because of your circumstances. We have people that can try and help you find something either temporarily or more long term depending on your needs. We are happy to help in any way we can so get in touch today for a chat.
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