Equipment Operator/Driver (Former Employee), Farmington, NM – September 6, 2014
Pros: paid weekly
I was hired by SOS staffing to work for Schlumberger. I worked here for a year then I was hired on by Schlumberger. SOS was great I was paid weekly and if you needed another job they would help you find one.
Temporary Employee (Former Employee), Greeley, CO – August 4, 2014
Pros: free food on break
Cons: long hours
This was a great temporary positon, very friendly atmosphere and the food was excellent! I was paid well and it was only a couple times a week, but it helped me feel comfortable with fryers and grills. Most the people there worked hard and helped eachother, especially when it was busy.
Shipping (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – July 25, 2014
A typical day at work for me was easy going nothing super hard about it. The hardest thing for me was making rate but the most enjoyable thing was seeing all the products that were being sent out to the stores. My coworkers were very encouraging also.
hard to write summary because of various work assignments
varied (Former Employee), West Valley City, UT – June 6, 2014
Pros: many interesting people
Cons: assignments not tailored to individual skills
work assignments varied so it was hard to really form an opinion. I feel assignments should have been more tailored to individual skills. When I didn't want to keep accepting minimum wage assignments the "boss" put me in the computer as unavailable.
prospect (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OK – April 16, 2014
They planned 2 hour segment for my wife to go for a job prospect - they did *not* tell her it was for a modeling agency. When my wife arrived and they saw that she was fat.... They looked annoyed, the staff member did not bother to have eye contact with her during the 5 minutes she was there and told she wasn't right for an administrative assistant – more... job. Instead of at least continue with the testing of her skills.. for any future prospects - they just told her to leave. They didn't even bother to at least TRY to be tactful. – less