Manus, more than a helping hand
Mission and vision
At Manus, quality and sustainability go hand in hand with social enterprise. Manus invests extensively in the development of its employees. To our employees a job at Manus is a start towards a new career
Manus is a social enterprise company that does cleaning, landscaping and renovation work, but anyone in need of an extra pair of hands can contact us. Manus combines social responsibility with excellent quality and a commercial approach. We focus on long-term relationships and are committed to the development of our people and to giving them that little push they need to move on to mainstream employment, thanks to the right motivation, the right attitude and a good dose of positivism.
You can contact us for landscaping, renovation or cleaning jobs, but anyone in need of an extra pair of hands for simple manual work can rely on us.
Are you an individual or a business? Discover what Manus can do you for you.
Tried and tested
With more than 15 years of experience in the field, Manus is a well-established organisation in the social economy. After it was founded in Antwerp in 1998, Manus expanded to Mechelen in 2009 and Brussels in 2010. Manus currently has 3 branches in Antwerp, 1 in Mechelen and 1 in Brussels.
Our scope of action is mainly along the Antwerp-Brussels axis, but covers almost all of Flanders.
The future is bright green
The social economy is changing and will look very different in the coming years. As a result, Manus will develop even more into a perfect, flexible partner who will work with you to find the best solution. Manus is always looking for innovation. We use our pioneering business models to challenge our staff, customers and partners to think that little bit differently.
We are a company with a clear goal: our focus is very much on advancement. This means that we want to offer as many people as possible a stepping-stone towards mainstream employment. We support and help our staff, but they are responsible for seizing the opportunities that present themselves