Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – September 29, 2014
Management was great, my co workers were nice. The environment was different everyday, it was always fun walking in knowing different people would walk in and give you different times of feedback. I learned how to become very organized and how to adjust myself to the different people that walked it. There wasn't really a hard part to the job, everything – more... was really great. – less
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Carrollton, GA – March 24, 2014
Pros: having fun while we worked, good pay
Cons: long hours not being able to see kids, no time off
Had boxes coming down to the shipping area ad our team had to put them in the trucks..I learned how to use a scan gun..My co workers was great to hang around.the hardest part of the job was the long hours,it was a 10 to 14 hour days..the best part of the job was they had meetings with everyone not just the management.We was a team and that is how they – more... made us feel like part of the whole business. – less
A typical day at work consist of checking putaway locations and putting up freight in the proper locations. I learned how to drive a reach truck and learned to audit locations properly. The management and co-workers are generally ok and leave you breathing room to perform your task without too much supervision. The rewarding part of the job is a work – more... friendly atmosphere. The job itself is really not hard once training is complete. – less
manager (Current Employee), memphis – July 15, 2012
All, I took a job here as management, it was the biggest mistake in my life. You are not a manager here, they work you to death with no help and the worst communication you will ever come across.
The G.M knows nothing, the president is nothing but a bully and a dictator. There is nothing enjoyable here, they tell you one thing and do another.its a – more... 3pl company that gets paid by the case you ship so its all rush rush and no safety thought at all. do your homework here folks, the company is not even BBB accredited.
Insurance is horrible, to much aout of your check for insurance, there is just no benifit to working here, no motivation from anyone, just stay away, not a good place to be, The one in memphis is the worst they work for Nike, stay away – less
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Hampton, VA – June 5, 2012
the typical day of Simos is usually when you goin to work all of the employees come together as a group. when we come together we do streches and get our assignments for the day. After our managers told us what truck we woould be working at everybody goes to there assigned areas. The management wasnt to bad they were pretty fair. The job in genereal – more... wasnt hard it was pretty straight foward. – less