Security Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – September 6, 2018
This company used to be much better, but in the pas few years it has declined greatly, and is no longer a good company to work for. They don't care about their people, and they just make everyone's lives miserable. They change the schedules and don't listen to complaints as to how this affects peoples' personal lives. Booo
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – August 27, 2018
The people that I work with was cutthroat.I DON'T TRUST ANYONE HERE. The supervisors are really knowledgeable and taught me things hands on. Overall the company is a good company to work and grow with.
Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 23, 2018
Would rather not say. Over time always an issue. Management is not good. Everyone does as they please. Workplace sucks the worse part is not the environment is the security department itself. Love the medical staff but security guards act like kids when being hold over or just in general. Been here 3 years and its gone worse.
Hospital Security Officer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 10, 2018
The job is a hospital security position. The job officers a lot of experience in the healthcare security field. Fast paced and often dangerous at times, but well worth the opportunity to grow in the field of security.
Interim Program Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 2, 2018
HSS Started with a focus on their employees rather then the money. Staff were willing to work hard and even pick up open shifts that came at a moments notice. Now, the lack of pay, compensation, incentives all add up to a lack of leadership and funnels down to staff who focus on working the normal shift and then going home, rather then focus on the care and security they need to provide to the client.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – August 1, 2018
This job was a joke some of the worst management I ever seen at any job I have worked before . I was told I would be working full-time but was only given parttime hours . and what they pay was a joke to .
HOUSEKEEPER (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 30, 2018
Great if your looking for a paid weekly job no pto no benefits and some job sites can be horrible as far as that hotels management and the drama from the other hired on employees it’s great to get money and go
Securiry Officer (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 27, 2018
HSS: Management is clueless they dont care about Employees, No Training on how to do your Job, Taking care of Psychiatric Patients with no Training. Not a Good Company to Work For. Psychiatric PT will attack officers and get violent.
If you live near the orlando airport, you'll definitely get plenty of work opportunity. If not, ask a supervisor or manager immediately and they'll take care of you! The pay is great and the work environment is challenging, yet do-able. It's stable for those who're looking for long-term employment.
Pay, discounts, uniform, close to airport, stability
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 9, 2018
The first two hospitals that I worked at with HSS, the experience was a very pleasant one. Good people, good work environment, feeling appreciated and supported. Since transferring to Las Vegas, I have found that the company has lacked involvement into a newly acquired hospital. I feel that they made the mistake of keeping staff that was employed with the previous company and not stepping in to make the changes to HSS, while the security continues to operate under the previous company policies and procedures.
Paid time off, benefits
Lack of support (depending on location), no paid sick time