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Had a video interview, not many questions asked. Gave me a basic run down, then sent an offer letter. Filled everything out and sent back. Was told someone else was going to contact me about details, am waiting for that call.

Answered May 7, 2020

Offer sick pay/leave for all your officers and not just the site supervisor and supervisors. Now more than ever, with the pandemic going on, some officers are forced to work even if their sites close. Those officers are at risk, but if they were to get sick, oh well. G4S is strictly work or no pay, no matter the reason including; bereavement, holiday, pandemic, personal, natural disaster, etc...

Answered March 24, 2020

It's on a monthly basis in Uganda

Answered January 26, 2020

Disorganized, no plan, lack of communication, leadership doesn't listen or they forget what you told them. Just pretend a bunch of 5 year olds running the company, this is what it feels like.

Answered December 31, 2019

Start by firing every single managerial employee who has contributed to excessive turnover at every level. Get on point with rewarding and compensating good employees, by providing living wages, decent benefits, and elimination of a blanket hostile work environment. Discontinue hiring people based on company connections, and promote from within. Since G4S has such a horrible reputation at every level, they will eventually fold and be replaced by astute and mature competitors.

Answered March 30, 2020

Depends on the account you’re at. I worked at 3 different accounts and each account was drastically different in terms of activity and pace.

The first account I was at was super relaxed, easy going pace most of the time.

The second account was extremely fast paced and stressful. We were over worked and understaffed most of the time.

The third account, there was essentially no tasks to complete. You were a deterrence.

If you don’t like where you are at, ask for a transfer.

Answered April 17, 2020

Overtime offers

Answered November 11, 2019

I work day shifts and I enjoy my working hours

Answered May 30, 2019

Everything. They will overwork you. They do not listen. They don't care. They'll say sorry and continue making the same mistakes. All they do is give lip service.

Answered December 31, 2019
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