Some nice people, lots of weirdoes, worst management.
Armored guard (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – August 12, 2014
Typical day at work is to come in, look at the schedule to make sure you're not late because it might have changed since you left the day before. Go and talk to supervisor about missing hours on pay check, go do your run without breaks if possible, finish your run, come back, talk to supervisor again about missing hours, look at the schedule because it might had changed again, go home exhausted. Next day do it all over again. No room for advancement, even if you somehow get into management you will have to work 16 hour shifts for under $50,000. No communication between management and employees at all. Hardly any training provided, lack of discipline, not providing basic equipment....
if you have a seniority there is lots of overtime
low pay, unorganized, hiring dropouts, worst management, lay offs, hard to get full time...