Assistant Director of Security (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – April 17, 2019
A typical day at work would be arriving 10-15 minutes prior to meet with the supervisor on the previous shift and get pass downs on what happened on the shift to tackle the next shift effectively. I learned with your hard work you can advance and achieve your goals anywhere you go no matter who you are as long as you set your mind to thrive. I can use myself as an example. I started off as a shift supervisor and within five months i became the Assistant Director of Security. The hardest part of the job was rush hour when all the trucks entered the facility before their schedule time and we would have a lane back up down the road and employees upset and complaining because they were late. There's time when i'm ready to go home on my 3-11 shift you have no one to release you because the overnight shift is always late. Theirs a lot of gossip going on amongst the Director, Supervisors and employees, they rarely give us a raise, were under paid for the amount of work we do, The most enjoyable part of the job was doing a lot of over time, floor checks and patrols.
Great place to work.except they need to return phone call more regular
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Glenview, IL – June 24, 2019
My detail is at a gated community.. I have learned if you greet each residence with a wave and a smile, you get better results..( That's my secret) most of the security officers are grumpy there fore the residences find fault with them all the time ,.Never with me.