Pros: nice environment, supportive peers, free benefits
Cons: bad pay, very, very poor supervisor
A typical day at work here was: Coming in and counting down the safe bag at the front desk to ensure it is at the required amount. I then got briefed by the officer on duty before taking on the shift. I would monitor temperatures of server rooms, security cameras, and the issue of replacement security badges in case the originals were lost.
I learned – more... integrity and to be firm when I need to be. I learned the importance of attention to detail, especially in things like reports.
My management here was pretty bad. He thought he never had to work on weekends and that he had the right to make fun of my stepfather (who also worked for the company at the time).
My co-workers were nice and helpful. At times, they helped inspire me to further and better myself.
The hardest part of the job was working 12+ hours a day, sometimes for six or seven days per week.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the friendly people I got to meet, and the help and inspiration from my great co-workers. – less