General Associate (Former Employee) – Carrollton, GA – July 26, 2016
Productive and creative, and challenging. I strive to be creative, and productive each an every day working. I faced challenging input and output work, and embraced every moment of succeeding that ultimately increase my level of awareness as growth became my middle name.
The job is contracted for Nike distribution center. You can not become permanent at Nike through Simos
Shipping Auditor and Safety (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – July 24, 2016
No benefits, no incentives, low pay, not a career job, not a job for advancement, not treated fairly. Simos employees are not allowed to go to the Nike employees store but we do 95% of the work. Simos is not a temp to hire company. You will always be a temporary employee even after 5 years.
Weekly pay, hours
Only temp no chance of getting hired permanently, low wages, no affordable benefits, no job security
Processor (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – July 22, 2016
I am sorry but I can't work at the location where I was. I'm not going to say everybody was immature but there was a lot of favoritism and I refuse to work in that type of environment, everyone that works in that facility should be treated as one. I respect everyone much as everyone should respect me. Simos itself the company is not bad it's just the people they hire
My best advice for anyone considering any position in this company is, stop before you start!
The company is built on the idea that they take over a shipping, freight-loading, or packing component of a mid -to large- size company promising to get the work done cheaper, faster, and more efficiently than their own employees can do it. If the company accepts the offer, they lay off their own employees and bring these people in. Basically, if you get a position with this company, it's because someone was laid off. Watch your back. It will most likely happen to you, too. That's how they control expenses.
job security, working conditions, company culture, lack of integrity
Work environment is decent. You definitely know what you have to do each day. If you are good at what you do then more is asked of you. There are normal pay raises as long as you do your part. Only downfall for me was the long commute from Horn Lake Mississippi.
Equipment Trainer (Current Employee) – Carrollton, GA – June 1, 2016
My day stared by me having a group of associates and I train them on the forklift. We watch movies discussing OSHA Laws and train on the forklifts. If I'm not training someone I mostly be in various departments working on shipping, packing, stocking, and just different jobs I'm required to work or help on.
Work 3 days a week with 40Hrs
It was temp agency that kept laying you off each year
Warehouse - Picker (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 24, 2016
the supervisors are really respectful, the work with you and make sure you can become the best employ possible.they provide you a stable jobs and do everything they can to get you the hours you need so your paychecks are very low. Ive worked here for two years and never had any complaints.