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If you aren’t a Veteran with previous military experience don’t expect to many promotions mainly from shift worker to shift sup

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There is room because Allied is more focused on absorbing more security companies instead of building up their infrastructure.
I have been promised higher up positions over the last two years and nothing has happened. I apply for higher up positions and nothing happens (Allied does not notify you if you are still in the running for a job or not).

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With Allied, it seems that you have to know the right people. Work performance, experience and background often will get ignored.

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Be the bosses favorite

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I don't know, but there is a drug test when sign up to company

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A candidate generally gets promoted via recommendation. A vacated position creates necessity. Team members normally nominate a candidate through observations of work ethic, drive and sound workmanship.

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Forever. There are no cost of living raises.

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All based on clients contract.

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At my post I found that the atmosphere was very much a Male-driven one. It was easier somehow for the director to consider a man for advancement than a woman. And as far a raises were concern it was politics. And a lot of diversion. It was the same atmosphere when it came down to paid vacations. You must be assertive. And the same can be said when it comes to back pay.

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