SIMOS Insourcing Solutions Careers & Employment - Working at SIMOS Insourcing Solutions
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- CEOHarold Baro
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
- IndustryHuman Resources & Staffing
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Rating is calculated based on 863 reviews and is evolving.
Dont waste your time honestly. At first it was okay pretty simple. But when you are down on your luck and nothing seems to get better you cant count on this company to be there.
Warehouse Associate in Springfield, MO
on June 18, 2021
run far away from this company they do not care about your health being. they will over work you to the point where you will pass out in a trailer and not care
Loader/Unloader/Team Lead in Baytown, TX
on July 20, 2021
SIMOS is a great place to work for something temporary and the pay is okay but you dont get any bonuses and arent allowed to be trained on things such as the forklift, they expect 100 percent of you whilst you work and also expect you to follow the saftey procedures to a T while you work but you cant achieve 100% productivty if you follow those procedures, then they want to fire you if you dont get 100% productivity.
Warehouse Associate in Valdosta, GA
on July 17, 2021
The training is often minimum and insufficient. Whatever you're not trained to do you're expected to figure out. Expected to know things without being told. Needed assistance can be frowned upon and is often given as little as possible. Help if given is often not when needed or not in the manner required or requested. Like I say I need help there. They'll come here and tell me to go there and I become the help I need. It's all if to say so you can't say they never helped. Making hard jobs look easy equates to no raise. If you cannot do a two man job alone with very little help you can receive a raise but if you can do it and will do jobs no one else wants only needing a little help, a raise is seen as trivial, even laughable. As if to say this job is way easier for you then it should be so why could you possibly want a raise or need it? Regardless of work load if management isn't pleased, most times it's seen as the workers fault. It's never that it's too much work or it's to heavy. If they could they'd have me here 7 days not so I can help out but so I can keep a load off them that they really don't want to lift a finger to carry. Coworkers and management can take anywhere from days to months off while I'm expected in every work day (was usually 6 days but I've made sure to take more days off. The days of me working 6 while they work 4 days are over) and if I miss a day about half the time I'm asked why didn't I come or I get supposedly joking comments about good workers show up for work. Literally without divine intervention there's no way I'd still be mentally or physically able to do my job but I'm hopeful this is one of the steps that lead to change. If and when I'm gone I'd love to know I left this place better than it was when I came.
Material Handler/Machine Operator in Memphis, TN
on July 2, 2021
I feel most of the time I am appreciated. Long hours hard work. But not like any other job you can make extra money by working hard. Teamwork is awesome along with most of the other employees. They work with you and your schedule.
Production Manager in Cabela’s Utah
on June 12, 2021
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Process takes about a day or two
Can u drive forklift
Shared on March 30, 2020
There was no interview. The turn out rate is so high
Shared on July 16, 2019
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Shared on June 28, 2019
Fort Worth, TX
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