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
Applications Specialist - Systems Integration (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – June 27, 2018
work is busy some departments have more work then others and get to do little work. new office keeps people that they want seen up front and the ones that make the money in the back. staff gets bullied by some management, poor communications
Security Officer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA, airport – June 19, 2018
Management has no skill in management. They lie to you. They won't return phone calls. They hire horrible people. It is not a place you want to work. They show favoritism to their friends. They don't terminate the ones that should be, instead they make them supervisors.
Spouse of HSS Employee (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – May 24, 2018
My significant other works there and I never get to see the person I married. I can't stand HSS's work schedule of 16 hours a day/5 days a week. They shouldn't let someone work that many hours. They are always short staffed and need coverage. They have a high turnover of employees and they do treat people as though they can and will replace you in a second. HSS is ruining my marriage!
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 22, 2018
Others and even managers could see that the work load was more that one person could handle and be successful. A good work environment, most of the employees will take time to help, instruct or share knowledge.
Most of the people are very well educated and compassionate.
Non-revinue positions are paid below fair market earnings.
SECURITY DISPATCHER (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 14, 2018
Working for this company is okay, but not as a career. You will work long hours if the company needs it. Favoritism does happen here and will help you advance faster. There is not much advancement. You have paid breaks which is okay but you will never really be able to eat your lunch in peace. Company has really bad and expensive benefits. Policy and rules change constantly. People get away with a lot if you are favored. If you are a hard worker majority of the time you will not get recognized or even a thank you, eventually they will just expect you to go above and beyond all the time with no recognition. You will be MOT at the last minute if someone calls off. If you are looking for a job where you can do a lot of OT this is the job for you. Hours of operation are kind of bad since its 24-hours so schedules have tight turnarounds depending on what shift you are working, Management is unorganized and unfair, they will take credit for your hard work and will turn around criticize you after. Management will give the people who have messed up multiple times multiple chances. Pay is not too bad but could be better. You do not get vacation hours only PTO and you will not be able to use it until after a year. Constant change.
Ot, Paid lunch breaks, Pay not too bad, Pto
Mot, Management, Unorganized, No vacation, Constant change, Hours, Schedule, Favoritism, No advancement
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – May 12, 2018
Working at the hospital for HSS requires attention and professionalism. The pay is not the greatest on the market, but there is always overtime available for those who need money or want to cash in a big check.
The job is simple, but not easy because of the hospital setting. You will be interacting with people from all races and different backgrounds as well as with the medical staff. Since the hospital has sensitive section and some patients require special care, there is no margin for error. One slightest mistake can get you terminated.
Payroll, free uniform, overtime and respectfull staff
Security Officer (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 11, 2018
This company does not follow Texas state guard licensing laws, as your a level 2 guard with very little or no training and is expected to do level 3 work hands on take downs which is not allowed for a level 2 officer! It's all about the money and client the guards are treated very badly by upper Mgr. Don't work for this company it is the worst company I have ever worked for of my 30 years of experience in this buisnes!!
Everything, very unprofessional management & company!
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – April 26, 2018
HSS is an excellent place to work if you're able to work with your hands. Every job is different and you don't have to set and stare at the same desk every single day. They have great opportunities for advancement and give their technicians the freedom they need to get jobs done. Overall, great company to work for.
Securty Officer (Current Employee) – Hilo, HI – April 24, 2018
Can be unsafe working in the emergency room as the hospital and state of Hawaii will not allow personal protection equipment. Only rubber gloves. Have been assaulted several times. Money a little above average compared to other security company's. Management is okay but needs to take better care of good employees.
Paid lunch time.
People calling off. Getting stuck working extra shifts.
Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) – Concord, CA – April 24, 2018
The management is fantastic at the Concord Campus John Muir. They only complaint is that the officers are way under paid for the amount of work they do. They are getting $4hr less than the other hospitals that are less than 5 miles away. Thats why the good people are walking away, pay must go up!