some walking ,sitting and standing making sure property was secure making sure property was not illegally taking from warehouse Logged in trucks entering and exiting warehouse. Checked IDs and coats and bags of employee entering and exiting the building
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – November 16, 2018
over hiring , managers are rude , they care less about peoples positions, they are unprofessional, unorganized, unhelpful, not enough hours, split pay. have changes without letting employees know. very commanding.
Security officer (Former Employee) – 2031 south mooney blvd. visalia, california 93277 – November 15, 2018
Manage security cameras, Write reports, use microsoft word, excel access emails to communicate with security director, management. check in to certain spots daily. observe suspicious activity. conduct patrol procedures. practice CPR and first aide. maintain great customer service skills.
Security guard (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – November 14, 2018
It is a great place to work and the people are friendly . When doing vehicle inspections sometimes you run into the occasional disgruntle employee ,but if you keep your cool they will usually calm down too.
Service Assurance Administrator (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – November 13, 2018
I wouldn’t recommend this role long-term but it will do. The only way to make any decent money is to work ridiculous amounts of overtime, if you can. Can’t use the restroom (which aren’t very clean) during your last hour.
Gate Officer Valerio Refinery (Former Employee) – Benicia, CA – November 13, 2018
My personal opinion management could do better treating those who are loyal to the company by treating hard working allied employees with more respect and seniority. I also didn't feel welcome be other co-workers maybe they saw me as a threat who knows I have great people skills and I get along with all people. Allied Univeral needs to improve.
upscale security officer (Current Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – November 13, 2018
typical day at work is signing people in who comes to the community, management really don't talk to them that often because we have on sight supervisors. Hardest part is keeping composure with these guest