GUARD (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – December 11, 2017
Typical security work site supervisor a goldbrick most guards played on their phones and did the minimum to get buy. If you are just wanting to get paid for doing nothing this might be the place Typical day check I.D.S monitor site entrance or ignore them and way them through, walk about 1 quarter of a mile every four hours with a clip board and check temperatures on refrigerated trailers. Record the temps and seal numbers. Back to guard house and continue monitoring entrance. Guard arms work off a card reader so little is involved unless they don't have an id. Weigh in certain trucks. Monitor exiting trucks. Busy a few hours out of the shift mostly not. No cameras to monitor just play on your phone watch movies read play video games nap up to you
Easy pocket change
Lack of leadership, Poor pay, Poor planning, No raises allowed unless everyone gets one
Site supervisor (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, NM – December 9, 2017
When I worked for the company I was site supervisor. I was working sometimes 16 to 24 hours without any help from management. When I had some family issues with my youngest daughter who couldn't be left alone at night the general manager switched me from mornings to graveyards when I told him I couldn't due to my daughter he started treating me terribly. Then puts me on the no rehire list with no explanations.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 7, 2017
As a former employer from 2007 when they just started up ,it was cool at first to get hire because I came from another security company that was there competition and me being fresh with them ,they wanted to take a chance with me .
Was an easy work and would get along with employees from bold the customer and fellow workers
Security Officer (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – November 27, 2017
Work was easy and got along with fellow workers and customer employees , hardest part of the Job was the long 12 hour shifts. the management would support security personnel with all shift changes and request for vacation time and any family emergency situations.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Delano, CA – November 27, 2017
Man the manger is never here. He make the supervisor do his job. He is hire people who don't even have cars and live like four towns over. Your relief is almost never on time because people live so far. You have to stand for 8 hours and can't move from their. They see you sneeze and the fire you. It takes one year to get replacement uniform. Sell oranges your better off.
Officer (Current Employee) – Missouri – November 17, 2017
Don't work here, they have extremely high turnover,poor training and lack of respect for work life balance,if you want a career in law enforcement this is the starting of you willing to put up with all the stress that comes with this type of job.
Client Services Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 12, 2017
Upper Management treats hourly employees like commodities rather than people. The cheaper they can get you for they will, and the longer you work for them and are not with a client willing to pay the faster they try and push you out and replace you with someone cheaper.
They will never go to bat for their own employees.
Security Officer - Control Center Operator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 11, 2017
Depending on which site you were assigned to and the personnel at your assigned site is what made the difference between a good site or a bad site. Certain people in management were not knowledgeable of their jobs.