UNARMED SECURITY GUARD (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – October 22, 2018
Just be on your p's and q's when working for this company there not known for being understanding to their guards when it comes to attendance/ or things outside your job effecting you just be on time stay in your lane and mind your own business.
a typical day in security they expected you to go above and beyond your job title of a security guard. they expected you to do all things into one as far as being the maintenance person, door man, package deliverer, and engineer.
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – September 20, 2018
you come in fo your hours make sure you monitor everything around you and always let other security guard what goes on while you was on site . Also the supervisor is always helpful to the work site you are placed.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – September 13, 2018
I never had any problems not once well working there, It is a cool place to work and good money too, The only thing i didn't like was riding the bus. I mean it wasnt horrible i just didn't like being in the bus forso long.
Sometimes we would get lunch money on special events from the boss
Security Guard (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – September 10, 2018
Very nice job sites, friendly environments, hours were sufficient, easy to understand the atmosphere and what was required- expectational wise. Would have stayed if hurricane Katrina wouldn't have came.
A typical day at work was interesting was able to help and assist when needed from different clients. I learned to stay focused and multi l task dealing with a lot going around me. The hardest part of the job was having to write up and incident report and having to inform several management personnel.
This company had a lot of personal problems brought into the workplace. They put you in awkward positions because of their personal vendettas with each other. Great work locations but not worth the headache.
Field Security Account Manager (SPO) (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 23, 2018
Responsibilities include: Management of Security staff, 600+ weekly hours, provide security service for domestic and foreign officials, create training programs, writing and creating security policies and procedures
Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 20, 2018
tenants friendly, co workers are the best , when it come to the job getting done, its NEVER A I word in TEAM. We all work together or put our heads together to make sure we are all on the same page and agreeing with one another.