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What is the interview process like? Very intimidating, pretty easy going? Can someone describe it to me please.

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The interview process to me was easy and smooth, more like the hr talked about the job more ans asked various questions.

Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Downers Grove, IL

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It was demanding because of the jobs that was expected to do.

Answered - Security Site Supervisor (Former Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA

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Pretty easy going interview

Answered - Security Guard (Former Employee) - Torrance, CA

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Mine was non-typical. The interview was about an hour long with the interviewer leaving and coming back multiple times. They would ask a question, leave for 5-10 minutes. Come back, ask another question, and repeat.

Answered - Security Officer (Current Employee) - Spokane, WA

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It was pretty easy going called went in for processing had orientation with was paid at minimum and started work in 2 days

Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Omaha, NE

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Easy going.

Answered - Security Supervisor/Reebok World Headquarters (Current Employee) - Canton, MA

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Really easy going and organized

Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Kansas City, KS

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Upon receipt of your application, you will be called to a location with strictly HR employees. You will meet an HR rep and discuss your application, experience etc. Once you have been approved by the rep, your availability will be strictly requested as that will determine your placement into any available opportunity within their area of operation. You would then be directed to meet the account manager of your determined positon/location. If that interview goes well, clients may require an informal interview with you to see if you fit their culture. Once all of that is completed, and you have been accepted by all. You will then go through the background CORI, drug test, and all proper documentation and submitted resume info will be correlated. If everything comes back without issue, you will be assigned to the position.

Answered - Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

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