Security Site Supervisor at&t Data Center Ashburn (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 16, 2015
• Ensure only authorized personal access to the data center by check the Identification and check the access control list. • Secure the facility by monitoring system and controlling access to facility by using CCTV system. • Make sure all the cabinet and cage on the facility is close by using the Pro-Watch system. • Bags check to find if there is unauthorized items or dangerous item
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – February 8, 2016
ABSS is a great place to work. Great people to work with. They have many accounts throughout the Phoenix Area Unarmed and Armed. The money is decent, hours are what they are for the industry. My experience with management though is where they fail. Integrity and approach ability fall way behind normals. I enjoy working with the community in which gives so much to me.
Security Agent (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 8, 2016
I have nothing bad to say about this company and it was a pleasure for me to work for them at the World Trade Center.
Learned that we work as a team and the job is done better.
Coworkers strive and learn more each day which make a proficient security team.
The hardest part of then job is weathering the climate and changes in the weather but it make for never a dull day.
Most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that I have worked at the most populate site in the worked and did a great job in all the tasks I performed at The World Trade Center and I couldn't have done a great job without the outstanding coworkers by my side working as a team.
typical day was showing up to do truck inventory work by foot. answering to incomeing eighteen-wheel trucks droping and picking up from ware house. foot patrols at random writing down information for daily report at end of the job. My supervisor was very kind and strict i only had one co-worker at a time in the location i was at whome would cover the night shift.
there was no hardest part about the job i enjoyed the new experience as a security guard.
Security/Badging/Front office admin (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – February 5, 2016
Managers are okay to work with. The benefits are alright. I would say a good company to work for an entry level job.I have worked with some good people and never had any kind of issues with my co-workers. In short a decent environment to work in.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – February 5, 2016
My security job assignment relied heavily upon security guards working as a unit. The best part of my job was teamwork. Especially, our professionalism during peak (and down) hours, along with some humorous moments, created an enjoyable work environment.
Site Supervisor (Security) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 5, 2016
A typical day of work consist of friendly staff inquisitive employees,i learned how to become a more effective and professional leader. My account managers were very helpful and interested in my professional as well as personal growth.My co-workers were very respectful and pleasant to work with and were eager to be involved in a team. The most challenging part of work was not to become to involved with the clients I enjoyed my job most because i was helping people and making them feel safe in their work place.
Lots of chances for growth, decent pay rates, excellent sites.
Difficulties getting in touch with HR dept about certain issues.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – February 5, 2016
Terrible company. Management at the NYC office is the worst. The men there are perverted. Wrong or WRONG, they will always make you feel as if you aren't doing an good enough job. Always hand you empty promises. No room for advancement. Avoid this company for your own good. They like to put you down, & always kick you while you are down there.
Management is no help. Love to look down on others.
I started here a little over a month ago. I really enjoy my job here it is very simple and to the point. There is no management or supervision at this site which can be a good and bad thing. There are not enough security staff assigned to the post I work so if someone calls out basically you are by yourself. Co-workers are great no problem with any of them. Management for the most part will answer you if its important but have a hard time getting a hold of them or they don't write back for days at a time. Overall its a good side job but there is basically no room for extra hours or OT.
Flexible schedule, Decent Pay.
No benifits for family. No advancement opportunities or hours to pick up.
Large company with multiple good paying contracts, but dominated by poor management
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – February 1, 2016
Being a large company, there are multiple well-paying contracts to work for, particularly in major industries. Job culture however, is very poor, with very little understanding of personal schedules, and in fact have multiple required, disruptive meetings outside of normal scheduling. Many sites are also dominated by poor manager that are dominated by professional paranoia.