Security Officer (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 18, 2016
if you want to never be home this is the place for you pay sucks and you work a lot of hours i always got called in for work the hardest part is the town sucks and i wouldnt risk my life for what they pay
Aviation Security Officer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 17, 2016
The management really does not know what they are doing and don't know their labor laws one manager told me she didn't have to give me a day off if my availability says that I can work everyday they don't appreciate their staff no breaks are given on time you'll get a break is in the first week
Security Agent (Former Employee) – IAD Dulles Airport – June 15, 2016
Best job ever! The managers are awesome and everyone else is as well. Sucks you have to pay for the uniform and parking but this is for pretty much every job! It was a great job. I was sad I had to leave because I moved.
Secretaria (Former Employee) – Bayamón, PR – May 11, 2016
Yo era solo una secretaria me encantaba mi trabajo Tenia que bregar con programas de computación y programas word para hacer cartas Hacer y entrar cheques en diferentes puestos Contestar llamadas Mi jefe era espectacular muy bueno, en realidad no tengo ninguna queja de mi jefe y mucho menos del trabajo que hacia
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 20, 2016
It was a fun and exciting place to work working on the air craft seeing plans close up for the first time meeting new people of different race we did not get over time or hours my cheak was allways short hours they didn"t pay well at all was not worth coming from the city to o"hare
It was a very relaxed but small busy office..we had our own poker tables and media room where they would let us watch major sporting events etc..
Accounts Receivable Specialist/Collections (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 18, 2016
I excelled at Global for over 5 yrs..in that time I had to learn every aspect of running the office..from the front desk to sales orders etc..I loved it because I was constantly busy. I trained all incoming office staff on our software and other office responsibilities. No 2 days in a row were alike..
They really strive to help our customers and are constantly bringing in new Technology..keeping up with the rest of the world!
The office was very low key, some employees were even allowed to bring their dogs to work.
They have been in business for almost 30 yrs so they are doing something right! .
Security Agent (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – April 9, 2016
I accepted this job because I was in need of a job badly. But to begin they make you pay for uniform which doesn't even have their logo on it and are horrible which comes to 450 out of your pay check. Then make you pay for parking which is 40 a month (20 of each check). Their scheduling is a day to day basis. You won't know what you're doing the next day till later in day. There's 1 to 4 hour gaps in between shifts so you can be stuck in the airport for 3 hours waiting for the next flight you're scheduled for to come in. So if you don't care about all that I've mentioned go ahead. They'll give you the hours but expect them to overwork you.
Great employees to work with, people that work for the airlines are usually great people to get along with.
Make you pay for uniform amd parking. Gaps in between shifts. Unorganized
PSO (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – January 22, 2016
Company has some good owners, but there is a bit of misdirection and misunderstandings with job specific materials. Not a huge company. May be a good place to start for a year or two until something better comes along.
JFK Airport Security Agent (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 2, 2015
This company was terrible to it's employees when I worked there. No health benefits meant high doctor bills when I got sick.
I lost 50lbs because I couldn't afford food with the checks I received, makes you work out (run to your posts)
Scheduling was horrible and based on flights, false promises of a raise after review, false promises of small bonus after passing inspections, pay wasn't enough compared to dangers of working at a high terrorist target, no benefits whatsoever.
Typical work day would be me sitting, waiting for someone to arrive so I can allow them on site. I learned more about how a rig works and what the Oil and Gas company has to go through Management is okay, some days are better than others. I never really see any co-workers. The hardest part would be sitting and waiting for 12 hours. Sometimes you never have anyone show up and other times you never have time to stop moving. The most enjoyable part would be meeting all the new people and making a good impression.
Aviation Operations (Current Employee) – Garden City, NY – May 6, 2015
This is a fantastic company with great management at the corporate level on down. They are fair and always make sure I am informed. I look forward to going to work each day and enjoy going the extra mile when called upon.