Security Officer/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – 15 April 2014
A typical day anything could happen, co- workers could easily become enemies. I learned to keep my mouth closed when dealing with a group of people that doesn't get along. Just do my work and leave. The management was poor. I never received any stability, no justice. It was really every man for themselves. My co- workers were all troublesome. Every day was something different. I tried to maintain my silence as much as possible and mind my own business, and I was tried every day. The hardest part of the job was showing up and being peaceful. the most enjoyable part of the job was when I was working alone.
Screening Officer (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 11 October 2017
Its not a bad place to work for but there is plenty room for improving. Management staff are most often professional. Not too much room for advancing in my situation but for others it might be different. The communication needs improving down the pyramid lines to the employees. Also there can be improvement in caring for the well-being of the employees such as lunch room and the stocking up of these lunchrooms, timely breaks. No extra benefits such as coffee or simple things that other companies offer for free so its very basic in that department but again maybe it depends on the job description or position. The best advantage is the flexibility of schedule can work more or less as there is a very active shift trading.
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 9 October 2017
Scheduled patrols – Interior & Exterior Patient Watch for mentally ill patients: Involves documenting patient activity and behaviour at an interval of 15 minutes. Constant vigilance to ensure patient and employee safety. Warning offenders regarding rule infractions Using reasonable force in order to prevent violent activity. Using restraints as per supervisor instructions & providing assistance to teammates Providing assistance to Hospital employees & responsible for patient protection
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 September 2017
Professional work place at G4S Security company as a full time Security Guard (Concierge). I deal with Guest , provide parking spots & made sure guests parked properly. Sometimes dealt with fire and police officers when the fire alarm went on.
Who knows. Didn't get that far. (Former Employee) – Halifax Internation Airport – 14 September 2017
Hired but not hired then processing of application terminated with no explanation despite many requests. So disorganized and everything is so casual. I didn't know if I had a job or not. Turns out is was NOT.
Regional Service Delivery Manager (Former Employee) – Sidney, BC – 9 September 2017
this position requires a high degree of diligence and dedication and a strong sense of team work to complete task at hand. training is ongoing and self directed. Start early stay late, with a hard working dedicated staff.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 August 2017
It's a good and co operative workplace. Sessions which take part time to time help employees to achieve more and more. a good company to work with. Thank you for giving the opportunity to new candidates.
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 August 2017
I've been working for this company a long time. If job security is important, than this is the place for you. Otherwise you're just a simple number to them. This company is riddled with problems. Simple requests such as vacation or uniform orders often get lost at head office. Employee growth is almost nonexistent however, thanks to the union, it's incredible hard to lose your job.
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Belleville, ON – 8 August 2017
Decent place to work not physically demanding, laid back environment. Mostly observing and reporting daily duties carried out. Not much room for advancement, I have college Diploma with Customs and Borders and they still will not offer me a full-time position.
Shuttle Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Enfield, NS – 2 August 2017
Management seems to have little knowledge of what is happenning. I was hired in one position, told to start training on Monday, arrive to start training, no one knew I was coming, so they started me in training, changed their minds and moved me to a different position with only 28hrs/week, and no training, then they realized that I would need training, but that never panned out. After 1 month of this, I found other employment and departed
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