Political Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 28, 2012
A typical day at work is heavily administrative. My daily tasks include answering phones, emails, correspondence to the office as well as managing my superior's schedule, travel arrangements, and corporate expenses. I am also in charge of updating and maintaining the company's PAC (public action committee) and keeping track of money that is donated to political figures and organizations. I also conduct legislative research on pertinant issues affecting Day & Zimmermann, such as legislation on defense, construction, budget constraints, homeland security, energy, commerce and security.
I have become confident in my administrative and multi-tasking skills from this position, however I do not enjoy the company environment. We are a satellite office and very small and I would like social interaction on a professional and personal level.
Teamster (Current Employee) – Wadsworth, TX – April 25, 2017
Good company to work for Very safe company I would always work for this company if given the opportunity I would also recommend this company to other workers who are looking for a safenwork environment
Security Guard Officer (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 23, 2017
meeting new people,walking around learning the job and what is needed by a officer,i learned how to deal with people and being very secure what a company was looking for and how to do it the correct way and be concoius of all my surroundings the hardest part was when it closed and saying goodbye
Challenging work environment in an operating facility
Safety manager (Former Employee) – Mississippi – April 15, 2017
A typical day at work consisted of observing several work crews working in different locations in an operating facility. I learned that the lack of planning on the part of supervision in an operating facility has a very negative impact on all aspects of the project. The workplace culture was in many instances was not congruent with the cooperation that is needed in order to be successful. The hardest part of the job was being able to observe all of the activities going on at one time. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people.
Senior Crew Lead (Current Employee) – Seneca, SC – March 14, 2017
I go in and create assignments and schedules for my crew. Hardest part of my job is dealing with personnel that does not take their job seriously. We are here to protect the core. That is something I do not take lightly. Management is very helpful and available when needed.
Good starting point for those interested in the security industry
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – March 1, 2017
My work consisted of ensuring the security of a variety of companies and their staff. This included but was not limited to access control, filing incident reports and conducting daily activity reports for management.
Hr Transaction Specialist (Current Employee) – Phiadelphia PA – February 28, 2017
Good for gaining experience in the field you want to get into. It is very bland and not the most desirable place to work for the rest of your life. Employees are very nice and friendly. Pay is on the cheaper side.