Assistant Director of Marketing (Former Employee) – California – 13 April 2017
Must be able to deal with multiple projects at a time Must think on your toes and be able to problem solve quickly Must be sales driven and have a desire to develop and enhance creative marketing campaigns to drive traffic for the center Passion in event planning and execution is a must Policy driven atmosphere Great local passionate Management staff Great exposure to community officials and local business owners Lack of training and development- must be resourceful
Custodian 1 (Former Employee) – New Jersey – 8 April 2017
The supervisors instilled fear while there.. Screamed at you every chance they got.. Pay was a joke & so were the raises.. Benefits were outstanding though.. After awhile all 15 minute breaks were taken away. Simon wanted every last ounce out of you before they kicked you to the curve.. Nothing every came easy there was outside year around.. Sad to say nothing was enjoyable about Simon.. Always a struggle to get the proper things to work with..
IT Support / Network Analyst - Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 5 April 2017
A typical day at work was 9 to 5 but it was flexible for me because I was still attending classes. I learned about Cisco and all other aspects of IT Support. The management and the workplace was great and helped and encouraged me every step of the way until I understood what I was doing. The hardest part of the job was trying to fit in the culture of they do things when I first got there. After a few weeks some of the coworkers became my best friends. The most enjoyable part was to learn all the different things and apply them in the real world settings where what I did had an impact on the customer and the company.
Freelance Designer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 27 March 2017
often Freelance design jobs are a race against the clock but my time with Simon was anything but the was no stress and no "i need it now!" no matter how slow or fast I or the team that i worked with was.
Great company to work for! Small office with tight knit team that works for much larger company. Many company policies to learn and highly audited. Great for self-starter! Loved the humor in the office. Loved working with my Food Truck tenants!
Plant Engineer (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – 8 March 2017
Very very unprofessional Managment. Subcontractors are treated better than employees. And if u give a 2 wk notice to leave make sure you use all your vacation time. You will not be paid out for it. Worst company I've ever worked for. The KOP mall Managment are all a**holes that think their 💩 doesn't stink..
career in a Project Management (Former Employee) – Morristown, NJ – 7 March 2017
I worked here for 5 years. About 90% of my time was spent in the field traveling across the country managing the opening of 11 malls and over 800 tenant stores. I never missed a grand opening date, and got along with all of my coworkers seamlessly.
Intense and fast past environment. Great place for young, educated people wanting to advance their career- but you must be very patient.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 1 February 2017
If you have the drive and an aggressive, positive approach, this could be the place for you. Advancement comes to those with a good education, great technical skills and the willingness to always go above and beyond. Bring your patience, advancement will be slow but rewarding. Switch departments as often as you can to learn the business. This will make you more valuable as an employee to management.
Fast paced and intense. This job is perfect for ladder climbers and those who live for their job.
Legal Collections Attorney (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 30 January 2017
Simon Property Group is one of the most fast paced, competitive and intense work environments one could ask for. It is unapologetic in its approach to being the biggest and strongest player in the commercial real estate game. Working there is not for the thin-skinned or faint of heart. If you are driven, interested in making money and working with the best in the business, with some of the most aggressive, intense and brilliant minds in this industry, then SPG is for you.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – 12 January 2017
This job has no benefits. There are no areas for advancement. However there is job security, they won't fire you (unless you do something illegal of course) But they hold on to workers because they know the pay is awful and the turnover is high due to people finding better jobs. This is a stepping stone job. Do not think you will make a living from a 4hr shift 12-20hr work week. This company has the funds to pay well but they do not! If you are a recent high school grad, retiring,or looking for pocket money this job is for you.
the experience of working independently at a high volume front desk
pay, lack of hour offered, no benefits, poor management
Guest Services Manager (Former Employee) – Rather not say – 20 December 2016
They don't care about their employees. But does any company that large care? Probably not. I gave more than 10 years to Simon. I was proud to work there because I cared about my own performance. It was fun for a long while. But really the company does not care unless you can bring in money. Or if you are really great at throwing shade, smoke and mirrors to get ahead. Shallow and superficial. I guess I am much deeper than that. I learned a lot working for Simon. A lot about what NOT to do. It's a great job but not a place where you want to have a career unless you are a jerk face. Don't bother unless you use them for a stepping stone.