I worked for Inter-Con on a Kaiser Permanente contract. I was a Lieutenant and I would supervise all the guards on the contract, along with the Captains. I was responsible for the overnight supervision on numerous occasions. I would ride around to all of the Kaiser Permanente locations in the Washington DC Region. I also prepared call the time sheets for monthly auditing.
Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – December 10, 2018
They don't care about there employees are they care about is there self there were times when I didn't have any ice for the cooler we had water but it was hot and I am sorry how hard can it be to make sure your employees had cold water
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – November 17, 2018
There many good working sites, The Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorials. Met hundreds of people from all around the world. I worked Park and Capital Police. Great experience.
DSS (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 6, 2018
This place is cut throat. they want you to get fired or quit. The reason why is they get paid to train you by the federal gov. The more they train the more $$. I wouldnt work for them. There is better opportunities with other companies for the same pay.
Global Security Operator (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – November 1, 2018
You are rotated through different posts throughout your shift, sometimes you will be placed at a post for a couple hours at a time. Learning the different rotations is the hardest part of the job. There is always room for OT, usually there are a lot of call offs and always need spots filled.
Uniformed Protection Officer (Gov (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – November 1, 2018
this job is not for the weak at heart....if you're willing to be abused by an overbearing managerial staff aided by a discipline policy geared to end your employment, this could be the job for you. Get the job, get your clearance, and get out!
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – October 29, 2018
Worked mostly from my car, traveling unspecified distances. Usually easy and quiet work, the hardest part can sometimes be picking up hours. Having an open schedule and a reliable mode of transportation is a must.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 26, 2018
I enjoyed my time with the company. Unfortunately I has to move on to better support my family I would reccomend this company to others I appreciate being given the opportunity to work for this company
Accounts Payable Manager (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – October 15, 2018
Management focused mainly on executive needs and does not place value in employees. Manager had manager and no respect for front line managers. No company policies or guidelines. Company did not promote team building activities. Employees operated within clicks.
You got a paycheck.
High cost medical plan, no casual Friday's, no incentives for hard work.
Protective Services Officer (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 13, 2018
The Company is decent to work for. Just like every company, they do good things and bad things. Keep track of your Paid-Time Off, they do not put it on the paystubs so it is up to the officer to maintain accountability. Vacation starts after working the first year, depending on your hours will dictate number of hours vacation.
Diplomatic Security Uniform Protection Officer (Current Employee) – Rosslyn, VA – September 29, 2018
The job will begin your TS clearance investigation and the pay is very well. The hours you are scheduled for can changed up to 12 hours a day. There is a lot of standing depending on where you are located.
Pay is good, and TS Clearance investigation provided
Lots of standing and lots of hours, and short breaks