About SOS Staffing
When a small or midsized business is short on labor, SOS Staffing Services answers the call for help. Founded in 1973, the company provides personnel in 15 western and midwestern states for industrial, clerical, and professional positions. SOS also offers payroll, drug testing, risk management, and outsourcing. Operating segments and divisions include – more... Adams & Associates, PAMS (short for Patient Accounting Management Services), and TOPS Staffing. Its Employment Trends affiliate provides staffing services in the entire Pacific Northwest while its Devon & Devon unit zeroes in on the California market. SOS was acquired by Hire Calling Holding Company in 2003.
In 2009 SOS Staffing merged its Hire Calling and Employment Trends units, keeping the Employment Trends name. The newly combined firm offers temporary-to-hire and temporary personnel across a wide variety of areas throughout the Oregon region.
SOS Staffing Employer Reviews
Production Assembly (Current Employee), Prescott, AZ – November 23, 2013
"I am desperate for a good paying job." - 2 similar reviews
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Amarillo, TX – October 23, 2013
"As a Branch Manager, I worked long hours." - 3 similar reviews
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Conway, AR – July 7, 2014
Temp for Coca-Cola (Former Employee), Pueblo, CO – June 28, 2014
Labor/ forklift operator (Former Employee), Gila Bend, AZ – June 27, 2014
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