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
no one takes ownership for bad things, everyone wants credit for good
Security Guard (Current Employee) – London, ON – 15 July 2017
The site I was placed at pays well, the job is enjoyable and the people I work with are great for the most part. Management is usually easy to work with but of course like any job, there are trying times. Definitely long hours available for anyone who wants to work.
That being said, these positions are unionized and represented by some guys in the GTA who don't return any attempts to reach them and the contract has more holes than a culinder. Benifits are available but using them is more complicated than a calculus exam.
I would and have referred friends to this company before.
Good site, above average pay depending on site, lots of hours
Union, terrible Union Trust Benefits, ocassionally it feels like constant phone calls for extra shifts
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Timmins, ON – 21 June 2017
Its a security company. do patrols, write reports and document any incidents that may occur. The management seem to care enough to want to work with you when you need support or change in availability,
Uniform provided, office and management work with your availability.
Security Guard; Day & Night Patrol (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 19 June 2017
great company to work for. I secured a government building, customer service, city workers, foot patrols checking boiler rooms, electrical rooms for damages, etc and have to report to maintenance . I worked on the welfare floor, escorting people out of the building sometimes.
Security (Current Employee) – Tanker Services – 19 June 2017
As in my interview I have explained that I wanted to be in the army but couldn't so I had an opportunity to serve in uniform at g4s and so far I have been having fun I like to explore a lot but my job im only in one place everyday so I need to go out and explore carry big guns I like that kind of a life challenging life not just wait to nock off
Its alright place to work for the survival Income.
Concierge (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 June 2017
There is no real opportunity for Growth and expansion. But still a decent place to work at. Some of the problems are unwanted deductions for the Union from each pay check, difficult to book off for more than 1 day, working on weekends for 12 hour shift. These are the bad aspects. But still If you are thinking to survive than It is alright.
Working weekends, no holidays or day offs, unwanted deductions
Contract Security Guard (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 13 June 2017
They understand that people have lives outside of work, and that these lives might sometimes impinge on (or even take over) their time and attention. They realize that allowing for some work-life give and take means not only that they won’t waste time and money on unnecessary turnover, but that they’ll build loyalty and commitment. They know it’s give and take, not give or take.
Regional Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 June 2017
gather and extract data from financial system and provide detailed analysis on a weekly basis and as required. Prepare weekly forecasts, annual budget,. Report on monthly variances between actual vs forecast vs budget and provide reasons for variances and work with Regional VP to resolve.
Security Guard/ Secondary Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 May 2017
Working with the members of my platoon has helped me grow as a guard/ person. I've learnt how to efficiently perform every day tasks and developed de-escalation techniques. The best part of this job is providing support to our clients and helping to make their day safer.