Paladin Security Employee Review

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Good, Hard, Work
Security Life Safety Supervisor (Current Employee) –  Etobicoke9 November 2013
It depends on the site but hours are long. I have made the jump to a Supervisor and have since learned a lot of what goes on behind the scenes. I got to meet a lot of great People, and they were, for the most, part great to work with. The Most enjoyable part for me is interacting with the Public and putting a positive image on the Paladin brand.
Pros
Room for advancement, rapid growth
Cons
Many scheduling demands hard to meet, not enough manpower
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Security Guard (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB1 December 2017
Company does not value employees at all. Benefits are terrible, pay is terrible, management bullies you, treats you like they own you. There are better companies too start a career in Security in.
Pros
None
Cons
No advancement, payroll shortage often, could keep going on.
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joyful place of business
Security Officer (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB25 November 2017
You get to meet a wide variety of people. You learn a variety of skills. while getting to help the city and buildings surrounding it stay safe. With how big the company is you meet a lot of new friends.
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