It started out well enough, I needed a job and they were the highest paying position I had gotten for a week or two. Within the first week of employment however, I had more than triple the work load I was told about, incompetent managers who seemed disinterested with any problem that didn't involve themselves, or had any idea of the day to day goings on at the site they were supposed to supervise. The best part of my day was my coworkers, the real reason I stayed for as long as I did. We were all in the same boat, and watched out for one another. Overall, there is no reason these people should be in business. The management "team" is paid to sit at home and be on the phone, the higher ups know nothing about the sites you'll be working at, and will leave it up to the guards on the sites to fend for themselves a majority of the time.