Great pay but no advancement.
Pros: good pay, easy work, 24/7 work schedule
Cons: almost nonexistent breaks, stressful, no advancement
These Reviews are based on what both I and other Co-Workers experienced at the company I was stationed at, not the company as a whole. Excuse my grammar.
*Sometimes can schedule your hours, they always need someone 24/7.
*The supervisors were very helpful most times and understanding.
* sometimes you get overtime (really good pay and hours)
* Easy work, Patrolling or being at a lobby.
*Can't go to the bathroom, eat, take a break of any kind without someone relieving you, you could be waiting an hour. And you may be called to where your breaks are nonexistent. You work while you eat.
*No benefits, or close to none.
*No advancement. People are constantly being fired around you, and no one hired. Even the buildings are shrinking.
*The higher management likes to control with "your going to be fired/laid off, we are letting people go" talk almost weekly. which kills the whole "i enjoy working here" and co-workers caring if you get relieved or not....everyone just fiends for them-self and doesn't care mentality. Which makes it harder to work environment.
*Unpredictable. Sometime you get almost 40 hours a week, overtime, and sometimes you get maybe 12 hours. In less you get full time....which is hard to get, and once you have it they seem to be always looking of ways to get you fired, even the best worker.
*Highly stressful, the work is easy, but the treatment of workers makes it super stressful.And feel not worth it. And Upper management says they care, but they don't give time to really listen to you.It seems there looking to get you fired more then – more... help you. (ex: Did you do this, or that...and accusations)
All and all: I got promoted probably as High as I could, I went from a part-time worker to a full time in a short time. I appreciated the co-workers and supervisors for there help and working hard. Honestly i was looking into other jobs before I got laid off. I hated how they treated co workers and myself, it was a highly stressful experience,yet it paid nicely. But just wasn't worth it anymore. – less