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Was an ok place to work
Data entry of payroll/billing for Northern Alberta (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABSeptember 11, 2014
I would consider working there again
There is a variety of people working for the company. Which made it interesting, though some of the accents were difficult for me to understand.
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Fun place to work, friendly environment
Security Guard/ Administration (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABMarch 11, 2014
Pros: 8 hour shifts
Cons: no benefits
This job requires a lot of attention to details. Freindly environment to work, the staff is a pleasure to work with. The only downfall is that there are no benefit coverage.
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industrial commercial and private security
Alarm Responder & Investigator (Former Employee), Nanaimo,bcMarch 12, 2013
Pros: crime prevention
Cons: no family time if on alarm response
experience a lot of different types of security assignments
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Great Place to get Experience
Temporary Laborer (Former Employee), Campbell River, BCNovember 8, 2012
Typical day was sweeping, lifting boxes, building shelving and learning the value of organization. Rarely did i see management as it was not needed for them to be there. There was no hard parts about the job and it was an enjoyable learning experience.
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Good employees.
Security Guard (Former Employee), Campbell River, BCJune 18, 2012
foot patrols around malls, harbors, and fire scenes. the law and procedures. typical management, good comradeship with co-workers. the hardest part is dealing everyday trials in the public eye and trying to be a good citizen that holds up to the nature of the law. most enjoyable part is meeting people and seeing new locations.
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traffic control
Security Officer (Current Employee), warwick universityOctober 17, 2014
Pros: good money
Cons: hard on the feet as standing still
hard job on my feet for 12 hour shifts
7am to 7 pm
controlling traffic and pedestrians
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Night club doors.
Door Supervisor (Current Employee), West MidlandsFebruary 22, 2014
I currently work nights for a company called Safety Net security. The hours I currently work are pretty much unsociable for myself.