SECURITY ESCORT (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – December 28, 2017
Not enough continuously work hrs ,pay is ok .This a job that travel to different area but this company don't pay for hotel stay. But need people to travel and work in different cities no per diem need 40 hrs a week.
Security Escort (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 5, 2018
The management is out-of-state, you can't get enough updates what going on with your current contract works in your local city and state area. You always hoping when you going back to work and have money to pay your bills. No you cannot survive perdiem and temporary jobs in a expensive Northeastern American city like Boston, Masschusetts.
Low-key, slow-paced job setting
Not enough hours, per diem, temporary for get about it, boring work setting
Senior Recruiter (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 8, 2018
I have had the pleasure of working at GRS for over 5 years. The position is challenging, good pace, and very diverse. The environment is collaborative, and we are always looking at new ways to improve processes, client support and employee support. The management is excellent, the personnel are motivated and everyone has a stake. I would recommend GRS to any client, potential employee, or teaming partner in the business.
Business Process Consultant (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – June 22, 2014
I don't have anything negative to say about this company. My experience was brief, but pleasant. Has a good smaller company feel with real relationships with management and co-workers. I simply moved on because I wanted to utilize my security clearance.
Information Assurance Officer (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 25, 2014
they're well aware of the environment in which you will work and do not require excessive dress code or other restrictive measures, if the environment doesn't necessitate such things. They are flexible in making up work hours if you must be out for a Dr's appointment or other thing... as long as the customer is ok, they're ok! There was a personal conflict and the company really did their best to step up and resolve the issue. They're a relatively young company and have some ironing out of some policies and are subject to the earthquakes that have been rocking all Gov't contracting these past couple of years.
beni's, relaxed environment, leadership want employees to be happy
not THAT supportive of the military (i.e. pay differential when you go to serve)
This is a great company for groth and experiance. The people are amoungst the greatest I have ever had the pleasure of working with!
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Alexandria, VA – April 12, 2012
I started off as an assistant and in less than a year have learned about all aspects of the company and been able to participate in them as well. Currently hold the title of office manager and support all divisions of GRS. I encourage more people to apply and give this company a shot!