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WE JOIN FORCES WITH YOUNG TALENTS DURING CRISIS WITHIN THE PROJECT “WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER”


With this initiative, in an effort to provide added value during pandemic, we are pleased to share our knowledge, expertise and resources.

In dynamic conditions Manpower cares about people and the role that personal development plays in our lives. In this spirit, the company organizes a support program, primarily for final year students, but also for every individual who believes that this program will provide them with additional value.

Motivated by its values, Manpower launches a project with the focus on improving the skills that are required for a successful job interview. The project aims to support you via conversation and online communication with the aim to teach you how to present yourself in a positive light, to emphasize your strengths, to understand market trends and to positively impress your potential employer.

With this initiative, in an effort to provide added value during pandemic, we are pleased to share our knowledge, expertise and resources.

Taking into account our capacity and given the profile and candidates’ interests, we will do our best to provide a consultant to as many candidates as possible. All consultants will endeavor to support each individual through personalized approach.

We kindly invite you to apply by sending your CV to razgovor@manpower.rs. It will be our pleasure to be a part of your development!

#WeAreStrongerTogether  #StayAtHome  #Solidarity




ONE-TO-ONE ACCESS MBA ONLINE EVENT


Want to improve your business skills and refresh your career? Top international MBA and master programs are there to help you secure your future career.

Manpower, in cooperation with Advent Group, is participating in the organization of an online event One-to-one Access MBA, where participants will have the opportunity to connect with the world’s leading universities and learn all about MBA programs in the world through one-to-one consultations.

We invite you to join fellow professionals at the virtual MBA event on the 12th May but also get to know master programs from around the world on 11th May.

Discover the best in business education. Here’s what you get at each event:

  • Individual video meetings with masters of MBA and MBA programs from WHU schools – Otto Beisheim School, EU Business School, Hult International Business School, Nottingham Trent University, Vienna University of Economics and many others
  • One-to-one consultations for business and management studies
  • Insight into distance learning options
  • Participate in the scholarship lottery in the amount of 1000 euros
  • Details of scholarship opportunities

3 words that summarize this unique opportunity

Diversity. There are so many options to choose from! Business, management, marketing, finance… Near home, abroad or in a new, distant destination. You choose what suits you best.

Flexibility. Are you still making a schedule for yourself for this and next year? The best master and MBA programs have the options of attending full, partial and online programs to give you flexibility.

Security. Whatever you choose for master’s studies, security is the highest priority. The online event format contains everything you need to find the right master or MBA program for you from the security of your home.

Register for free today at:

  • Access Masters, 12th May 

  • Access MBA, 12th May

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MANPOWER SERBIA: WE SAID YES TO THE 4-DAY WORKING WEEK


On February 22, Manpower Serbia held a working breakfast for the media at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, at which the company presented the FOUR-DAY WORKING WEEK concept, the latest trends in the HR sector and the new Human Driven Reshape project.

Since 2020, Manpower Serbia has been operating as an independent cluster for Southeast Europe, providing the opportunity for the implementation of more flexible business models. That is why Manpower Serbia launched its pilot project entailing a 4-day working week in October 2021, with the goal of reducing working hours to have happier, healthier and more engaged staff.

The research was conducted during the pilot project which served as a basis for the decision to be made on the long-term implementation of the project based on measurable data. Consequently, Manpower Serbia is pleased to announce that the four-day working week project has been adopted permanently and that the process of adapting to the new business model will be constant in the increasingly dynamic business environment.

Why did we adopt the four-day working week concept?

  • Greater employee motivationagilitymental healthresponsibilityhigher quality of servicebetter performance and process digitization are the keywords of the new business chapter of Manpower SEE.
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The results of research and analysis in Serbia during the pilot project indicate the following:

  • To greater employee engagement and productivity, where 90.5% of employees stated that they are empowered to perform their work activities more efficiently;
  • A better work-life balance, where 97% of employees noted a positive impact on their work-life balance;
  • 91% of employees strongly see their future career path in Manpower SEE (compared to 75% before the pilot project was launched);
  • That the new working regime will also contribute to the environmental aspect of business because energy consumption will be reduced;
  • Improved appeal for new staff;
  • During the fifth non-working day, one member of each team will be at the office to ensure business continuity with clients and partners;
  • Other companies motivated to launch similar campaigns with their employees in focus.

The shorter life expectancy of companies, higher flexibility and turnover and higher value of the company’s intellectual property over material assets, have created experiences for which there is no clear business history. Employees have been increasingly looking for a reason why they are doing something (purpose) and this requires the company to have additional capacities. Previously, the leadership position was all about clearly defined and specific roles, and today, the focus is on the authenticity of leaders and companies. Experience shows that traditional companies are losing the battle for young talent because the global trend is that young people want to work more in startups and technology companies. Every company now has a task to find a personalized way to become an attractive employer.

At a time when human capital is becoming more important and valuable, we have a responsibility not only to take care of our employees and processes but also the employees and processes of a large number of other companies. As leaders in our industry, we prioritize story doing and are constantly creating waves of positive change. We are looking forward to sharing the experience generated from the four-day-working week project with other legal entities to move the labour market of Serbia and the region closer to the most competitive European markets.” said Aleksandar Hangimana, Managing Partner, Manpower SEE.

Work processes are becoming more complex because companies have to deal with many new topics. The keywords here are transformation, CEO 2, psychological security, inclusion, cultural intelligence, and the impact of the company’s operations on the business environment. Guided by our care of employees, and in the spirit of innovation, Manpower Serbia has made a bold step forward towards a four-day working week, which will hopefully make other legal entities consider reengineering their work model.” said Aleksandar Plavšin, Head of Marketing and Communications, Manpower Serbia

From a legal point of view, the four-day working week project is beneficial for all employees, since, from the employer’s point of view, Manpower Serbia gives its employees greater rights than the rights defined by legal provisions, with the employees retaining all their rights stemming from a five-day working week“, said Srdjan Botorić, Head of Legal Services, Manpower Serbia.

We are witnessing an increase in the overall fluctuation rate, which worries us and makes us run a long race to attract new workers and keep the existing ones. The answer to this is very short – the quality of organizational culture, company values and employer’s authenticity. All of these features are associated with the four-day-working week project.” said Lana Mučalov, Regional Research Manager, Assert International.