Driver/Messenger (Current Employee) – Clarksburg, MD – April 4, 2018
I loved this job. I went in knowing it wasn't great and made the most of it. Got to see some cool stuff, meet great people, and even traveled a bit. The trucks are not in the best shape most of the time, and not everyone has a great attitude. If you are willing to make the most of it, the job will be great for you as either a start in a security career, or, at the very least, something in between jobs. But if you start off hating it, you may as well find something else because things don't change often.
I liked most of my managers, and a lot of my coworkers were pretty fun to ride with.
Exciting, easy, lots of experience, and you can get your gun permit through them
Management is a coin-flip, it can be stressful, the trucks are usually in rough shape, and the hours are not always predictable.
Vault Associate/ ATM tech (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI 48150 – October 15, 2018
like every place it has its flaws. ok place to work depending on what you can deal with. I just saw ways it could have been ran differently. also thought that my manager didn't hold everyone accountable for there actions like they should have been.
poor management, hostile work environment at times.
Teller Lead (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 11, 2018
Not a hard job at all. Co-corkers can be amazing. Management is HORRIBLE! They only care about results and not the employees. Only go here as an absolute last resort. It’s the worst place I’ve ever worked.
Management, treatment of employees, and atmosphere
The work is fine, compensation is less than desirable
Cash Vault Teller (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – October 10, 2018
It's not the job I don't like, it's some of the people, management, and lack of opportunity to advance and improve your pay situation. Several times was a victim "raise timeline restructuring", meaning when I was due for a raise, the company changed it's compensation policy/timeline. One side of the business received several pay increases, while the other did not. In my view, you can't operate one side without the other, so both should be treated equally. In the end, there's no room to advance without moving across the country.
I interviewed awhile back for this company, and thought it went pretty good. They never called to at least tell me they didn't want to hire me. This is a huge indicator that this company isn't professional. I was able to get a look at the staff that I would a of been apart of, they were all overweight women. As a person working in security the last thing I want is to have a team member to not be able to pull his/her weight.
CVS Analyst (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 20, 2018
Horrible position, Expected to do 12 hours of work in an 8 hour day 5 day a week. NO overtime. Ridiculous. This should be a 2 person job but they expect only 1 to do the job. On more than one occasion, I would go to work at 8 am, and not get off until 1:00 am next day, then be expected to cut my time over the next 2 days or take a day off.
Virtually no training. They did send me to Houston for training but they don't do the same type of work in KC. They keep sending other location personnel to KC to "train" people. Huge waste of money on their part.
My pay was negotiated before I came on board. They are a VERY low paying company. Typical starting wage is just a little above minimum for a very high stress job.
My Supervisor was the best thing about the whole place, but they have since fired him for not turning the branch around fast enough. A pig with lipstick is still a pig.
Armed Courier (Former Employee) – Brown Deer, WI – September 20, 2018
Vehicles: trash! Vehicles leaking coolant, no ac, no turbo, clouds of black smoke! Bottom line under serviced fleet! Vehicles will always break down... then we were forced to wait in a sprinter van for hours waiting on a tow! Many summer days sweating waiting on a tow! 9 times of 10 if you need a tow then vehicle that you were driving had to be shut off! HEAT+VEST+STEEL TANK= long day When vehicles broke down we still had to finish the whole route no help... we were soooo under staffed! Work load was really heavy.. lots of coins lots of wrong orders lots of upset customers... expect 12-14 hr days.. no over time until after 50hrs..
management understood drivers were behind the 8ball... higher up didn’t care
Teller I (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 16, 2018
The nature of the business is there, some periods are busier than others. There are favorites there, so work dispursmtent is unfair. The tenured and favored people get first pick of vacation days, even if your request in advance, they can take your days and you have to resubmit your request and hope (so no holidays off ever). There is NO HR presence there so leads and management have no restrictions or consequences on treatment; coming from a corporate environment that was a bit uncomfortable to me.
you can listen to your headphones in most departments
Route Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 13, 2018
The absolute worse company I have ever worked for. The GM for the St. Louis Branch is one of the most Crooked individuals I have ever encountered. The compnay cares nothing for its employees. They only care about what looks good for the GM and VPO. The expectations of the company are unreasonable. With the fleet in the condition that is in. It is nearly impossible to operate a business with equipment that is constantly out of service. And the upper management (VPO, GM)would not take the steps neccessary to support or help resolve these types of issues.they only wanted to point fingers. Their heads are so far stuck up thier own Butts the lump in thier throat is thier own nose. I would never recommend anyone to ever work for this company.