I started working for Brinks In 2009, I had a little girl that was not in daycare and a husband who lost his job due to being laid off. So when i started i learned alot about the aspects of money, being in a security building, having been cleared to work for such a demanding job, i was happy. As the year went on i was trying to do my best with keeping up but with home life, my husband finding a new ft job working almost 50 hours a week and no daycare it was hard so i did end up talking to them and explaining the situation and with hours already being cut back they laid me off in 2010. The business was good, the people were good just management and company background was not the best and once you are in working you realize more and more. I did like working there tho, i took pride in making sure all was right when it came too deliveries and making sure all money added up properly. The hardest part of the job was just knowing how there system was when it came to disbursting the money to different offices, i would have to say the most enjoyable part would have been the co workers, all were down to earth and took me in like there own and helped me learn all that needed to be known about Brinks and how there company worked.
good people, excellent atomsphere
management was a little backwards and hard to understands sometimes
member of the Cash Logistics Team (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 14 April 2018
I've learned a lot of things working here such as: how to balance money, how to find counterfeit money, how to teach new employees how to do the job, i even learned how to fix the large money counters when they break down or get jammed, so that the company does not have to spend money to call in a technician to come in to fix it.