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All of the site managers are fairly casual at my branch. The fellow officers vary from punching the clock to collect a pay check, to being genuinely engaged in their work.
I am enthusiastic with the opportunities the job has presented in a short period of time. I am not ashamed of what I do and hope to use it as an opportunity to help others. If you are a professional, you will see advancement. It will of course be in accordance with commitment needs but turnover is high. Not everyone is cut out for the job. There will be advancement opportunities, if nothing else, a more appealing post
What is a typical day like? I'm applying for an entry level security desk position while in college. How stressful can the job get because I hate jobs that are too fast paced? Does management care if you're on your phone studying during a slow period?
The site I work at, is very busy! At the end of the day I feel more like a Human Resources manager then anything else
It's like high school with a bunch of insecure middle aged people going through life crises, and putting all their stress and anger on you.
Since I have applied, my application letter have exceeded a month but i haven't getting any feel back, what is the hold on?
Nobody in the management office is capable of completing simple tasks.