routing and scheduling coordinator (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 16, 2014
Bad management, training was a joke, no raises with little pay. That's the beginning, I was fired but it was a blessing ended up with the best job ever, thanks Telgian. Never seen so much gossip in my life and they wonder why they have high turnover.
Stay Away...unless you like dead end jobs with bad managers
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – March 19, 2014
I have just left this company and would tell anyone that the only thing attractive is the pay...but get used to it, cause they don't give you raises. If you like high school drama, then this is that place for you.
Fire Inspector (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 17, 2014
You will NEVER get a raise ! The way they set their overtime up is a joke .. So instead of getting paid time and a half they pay you HALF of what your regular pay is . So i was getting 20 dollars an hour SALARY ! Then 10 dollars anything after 40 lol weird company and set up , Plus if you drive over an hour they try and make you stay in a hotel its just Stupid really . Trust me just wait it out and find another job in the long run you will save a lot of money and be happy. They dont offer a company car so you will be driving your car around like a slave
Field Inspector (Former Employee) – Various – February 15, 2014
Very busy company, I just wish that the supervisors were more hands on. How can they write a review on someone when they don'y work with the Inspector. They are known for being too timers, as they say one thing and do another. The field supervisors can't make any type of command without talking to another manager higher up. Why have a Field Manager.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 12, 2014
Team environment, nice people, and good wages. It is very hard to find a company that treats their employees well these days, and I am sure glad that I work for one. The upper management treat you like a co-worker, not just a worker.Also, the HR department goes above and beyond to help you out with any need that you may have.
Senior Fire Protection Consultant III (Current Employee) – Dallas TX – October 5, 2013
Conducts on-site property loss prevention surveys for client locations. Evaluates the adequacy of sprinkler protection, especially as it relates to storage areas. Conducts sprinkler system and water supply analysis to determine the adequacy of existing sprinkler protection or to recommend new sprinkler protection. Evaluates exposures posed by natural hazards such as floods and earthquakes. client relationships and coordinates with local management personnel, advising them on the hazards in their facilities and encouraging them towards the goal of achieving Highly Protected Risk (HPR) status at all of their locations. Performs fire flow tests, surveying fire alarm and sprinkler systems for system upgrades and designs. Performance evaluations on fire alarm systems, fire pump testing, smoke/heat removal evaluations, and on site system punch walks to ensure code compliance and quality control inspections and operations of the systems. Hazardous materials evaluations in accordance with the codes for high piled storage and use. Evaluates hazards at client facilities and recommends solutions to mitigate risk. This position was focused on fire protection, but it also included extensive training and experience in natural hazards risk mitigation.
Extensive background in Big Box Mercantile retail establishments, industrial/chemical warehouses, multi-family lodging, multi-story office buildings, healthcare (Joint Commission / SOC) inspections, fire barrier 3rd destructive testing and inspections, multi-story mini-storage facilities, assembly occupancies (Life Safety Planning, Occupantmore... loads, egress crowd management), and occupancy classification.less
Unidentified (Current Employee) – Tempe – July 29, 2013
Most employees have not received a raise in 5 years. If someone will do the job for what your paid or less, you won't be getting a raise. No career path and limited training. Turnover is starting to pick up. Company never focuses on a problem for long, so nothing ever gets fixed. Lots of employees related to senior management. Sales promises everything to customers, even what they know they can't deliver. Everybody else cleans up the mess.
Inspection Dept Manager (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – January 11, 2013
A typical day included managing 13 inspectors and ensuring their work was dispatched daily. Some of the managers seemed to have blinders and were not concerned with the day-to-day operations. The hardest part of my job was being told to send unqualified people into the field by my supervisor. I resigned for this very reason.