Effort to apply long and tedious only to get disappointed.
Pros: former years good at the time, pay above most, hours perfect & at that time you had pride in the job and title, none cronie field supervisors were fantastic people and helped a lot, equipment always kept up to date.
Cons: division manager & cronie supervisors, insurance application process a pain, hiring standards reduced into the 21st century, guards who get into trouble but are mgt pets just get transfered not fired.
I applied in which it took almost two hours on their new website career portal. I got a response in less than a day of "unsuccessful" with out an explanation as to why.
So what does this unsuccessful mean? They don't want formers? My standards to high for them or the other way around? Did I miss something in my application? Locations, maybe pay scale expectations?
I am local, mature, well trained, good community standards and still certified, yet it was unsuccessful. And worked for them for many, many years some time back.
So G4S what was it that made it unsuccessful?
I hear they are always hurting for people and rehire, recruit and take formers with ease. Guess not......
Guess one just shrugs it off and it's their loss and move on.
Word of advise.
Be ready to be ether be happy or gravely disappointed.