Community Manager (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – December 16, 2017
I worked for Simpson for over 10 years. I only left the company because my property was sold. Simpson really takes care of their employees and offers a great company culture with work/life balance. They have excellent training for employees and they also offer great support through their corporate office. The Regional Managers are fantastic to work for and so supportive. Simpson is just an all around great company and I’m so happy I had the opportunity to work for them for so long.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – July 14, 2017
this was a good place and company to work for. I learned so many new maintenance skills. Management was great. Hardest part of the job was cleaning up ridiculous messes, because residents careless. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my team. They were great, and I got to do hands on work. My favorite.
free lunch, great atmosphere
low wages, no room for advancement, declined raises
Leasing Consultant II (Former Employee) – McKinney, TX – January 5, 2017
the best thing about this job was the residents, even during the bad times, the complaints that I received from them, they became somewhat like family. Being a leasing consultant, the residents did understand that we could only do what we could do. I learned a lot about not taking things/comments/issues/insults personally. I can only do my job and do it to the best of my knowledge and move on. My job honestly was not hard, it was more busy than anything. Meeting new prospects everyday, trying to get prospects to lease at our community, appealing to their wants and needs in an apartment and a community.
recognition, awards, clothing allowance
last minute office/staff schedule changes, management turnover, office drama, unfair treatment, poor maintenance problem solving from upper management
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Tx – December 20, 2016
Simpson Property Group is a good company, but doesn't cater as much to the maintenance field when it comes to growth. They do not have a position higher than Service Supervisor and even then, the position isn't considered equal to the Property Manager