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Brink's Incorporated
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About the company

  • CEO
    Doug Pertz
  • Founded
    1859
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 3.5K reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Armed Guard in Peterborough, ON
on 31 March 2021
Fast paced, repetitive and requires common sense
Overall I would say that Brinks was an excellent career choice. It is a seniority based company and trust, safety and repetition are key requirements
Armed Guard in British Columbia
on 19 May 2021
Good Pay, Poor Professional Morals and Ethics
I worked at Brinks for over 10 years and the one thing that I unfortunately learned from working within that Snake Pitt is that you cannot turn your back on ANYONE, because if you disagree about anything, ESPECIALLY the management, then they will most definitely will bite you.
Manager in Edmonton
on 12 May 2021
Watch you back.
Finding the right ear within the Management Team that will listen to your trash is the key to succeed in Edmonton. The bigger the lie the harsher the abuse will only open doors faster I've never witnessed anything so vial or brutal in my entire career.
Cash In Transit Worker in Canada
on 20 February 2021
Hard To Explain
I worked at a Branch in Northern Canada and we had a manager at the best of times was agrivating. The job is EXTREMELY SIMPLE to do, but the drama and infighting between employees and management is so toxic, its hard to remain there for much longer that a year. If you're near big metro's (Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, etc) there are lots of advancement opportunities and there is more career progression and more competent managers. If you apply to small Northern branches, just be aware that it may stupid with the drama and the trucks that you also drive in the North are questionable at best.
Operations Supervisor in Ontario
on 2 February 2021
Enjoyable to work at, at first
Great job, some great people but like all other places there are a few bad apples and because it’s unionized there is protection from being fired. If you get to management you are accountable for everything with no room for error and are worked harder than they pay. Stay in a worker union role and you’ll be fine

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Interview is average
Process takes about a month

Interview questions

Everything you would except with regards to security,conflict resolution, personal awareness of employment, out put on what you would like to do.

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Not many they have a company that does a complete background check on you

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