Be true to yourself. Read all job offers carefully. Go in with a list of questions that you would need answered about positions available, expectations and policies to prevent being blind-sided. Watch your back and trust no one.
To be honest
Answered - Security Officer (Current Employee) - Lexington, KY
It is now G4S and they have a poor rating across the board. If you have unlimited hours to spare and love overtime it would be a great job for you. If you have family and kids or other responsibilities that you must be home for do not take a supervisor position.
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Go in with confidence and show what you can bring to the table.
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Fairfax, VA
Clean Criminal record
Answered - Security Supervisor (Former Employee) - Vanceboro, NC 28586
Be honest, be yourself
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Round Rock, TX
Prepare to move around a lot.
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Ask about your paycheck and watch it all the time you work there.
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Westchester, IL
As in any job, one should be completely honest and provide as much information as possible to determine a "good fit".
Answered - Labor Relations Manager (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA
I would tell them they would need to be honest with them.
Answered - Security Guard (Former Employee) - Delaware, OH