Covering numerous sectors ranging from the machinery, electrical equipment and metalworking (MEM) industries to watchmaking, including textiles, food, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, manufacturing employs more than one million people in Switzerland. To hold their own against international competition, companies in this sector must be able to rely on a workforce that knows how to combine quality and expertise, characteristics which ensure profitability. As Switzerland’s leading staff placement company, Manpower enables you to increase your chances of success by finding the permanent or temporary staff you need to meet your targets.
As recruitment professionals, Manpower’s consultants are familiar with your business sector and the processes and standards your company has to follow. They will put an extensive pool of candidates at your disposal, from the most qualified specialists to the most skilled manual workers and everything in between, including engineers, technicians, negotiators, couriers and staff from all multidisciplinary administrative, sales and HR professions and from all hierarchical levels. In order to hire out the services of qualified temporary workers, we make teams of trained employees known as Staffpools® available to you. These teams are used to working together and can get started straight away. Our services also include tests for checking the professional knowledge of the staff we put forward. We can support you with all your recruitment and personnel administration tasks.
Industrial worker, Workman, Production Operator, CNC operator, Foreman, Industrial foreman, Etc.
Please note: Even if they are given in the masculine form, the professions listed are practised by both men and women, regardless of gender.
Training and advanced training for the manufacturing industry
It is important to keep fully up to date with all the latest developments in your own field in order to work professionally and efficiently. Manpower is very aware of this. That is why we make sure that our employees have the opportunity to take part in training, whether online or classroom-based, or to take advantage of the advanced training fund available to temporary workers, to help them work towards professional certification.