Security Officer (Former Employee) – Lexington KY – June 14, 2018
I worked in the Lexington KY area for a decent amount of time. The job was great. There were some bad seeds, looking at you Popeye. The corporate management team are nothing but salesmen. They tell you what you want to hear but never act. Good luck getting a decent wage, much less a raise.
Paid lunch breaks
Director inconsistencies, corporate involvement in patrol, all kinds of stuff.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Greensburg, PA – June 9, 2018
I was a officer who busted my hump for this company when short staffed. I was treated unfairly for a misunderstanding that had to do with a family emergency. The CEO was completely heartless and I was terminated for a false accusation that was made about me. The company is horrible to work for they are unfair, careless & unprofessional. I do not recommend them for anyone it’s very stressful a constant battle of power. The management at the site you work at is also very vindictive & unfair.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – May 10, 2018
The management was poor at my location. Overall for the company, it probably was fine everywhere else. The director I had at the time slacked off and pushed his responsibilities on to others that weren't qualified for his job description and duties.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – May 4, 2018
Don’t apply for this position, only if desperate. Director and ops director are total tools of the corporation now Securamerica, pay is poor. I was just laid off today 5-4-18, don’t get started on the mall manager. employees are lazy children who work in the mall. Customers are rude. Be ready to deviate From the training manual because the situations you’re put in calls for more creative solutions. I worked for 4 almost 5 years with no pay raise or vacation hours. I do hope no one applies here anymore and reference this review to any who inquire about this job.
Senior Overnight guard (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 25, 2018
What they DONT tell you up front is that if you work an overnight guard shift, you're basically an overpaid janitor, expected to spend 6 of 8 hours a night cleaning the premises and maintain patrols and whatnot throughout the night while still doing the job of the cleaning staff. The only reason they paid me more than minimum wage was because I was working overnights. The management staff were what you'd expect, hardcore cop wannabes that micromanaged far too mcuh. Overall, not a worthwhile place to work, especially when they can't be bothered to pay their workers a living wage.
ERMC was good for a season. It was a great starting point after I closed my contracting business to work for the boss man. I gained a lot of experience and found my passion in Operations. I worked my way up to Operations Manager and to keep my job (due to company downsizing) I had to travel. I met some incredible people and worked with several different management companies within the malls. Each mall atmosphere was different, but I treated all employees like people and not a number. I treated them fairly and showed them that I wouldn't ask them to do what I wasn't willing to do myself. I gained lots of respect; however, it didn't necessarily translate into monetary reward. I haven't had a raise in 3 years. Hardest part of my job...being away from my family for weeks at a time. Most enjoyable part of job...love the type of work I do, meeting incredible people and customers and making life long friendships.
Love the type of work, making customer happy and building new relationships
NO raise, NO work/life balance, too much traveling and away from family weeks at a time.
Housekeeping Supervisor (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 11, 2018
I enjoy the atmosphere at ERMC. Pretty relaxed in the aspect that you don't have a boss riding you all day. That being said you must be a trustworthy employee and do the things you are supposed to be doing or you will be quickly eliminated.
Security Officer/Operations Director (Former Employee) – Dalton, GA – March 12, 2018
Working for ERMC was enjoyable at the time I was employed there. Shifts are usually reliable, some overtime is required. I learned how to conduct myself in a professional manner while working for this company. I would love to go back if the pay was more competitive with my area.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – March 11, 2018
worked at chesterfield mall. a lot of changes happened the short time i was there. we were all told that we would be able to keep out job when icc decided to buy out ermc but instead that was not true. i showed up everyday and worked doing the same thing every day. they put me on bathrooms everyday, they said it was because i was a female and males could not go in the female restroom but i still cleaned the mens restrooms too.