pay is very low and shows how much(little) the company values its staff... the company cares more about securing client contracts with property managers, rather than investing into their manpower to deliver professional and quality security services. no training workshops of any kind - just a tour of the job site and they will hand you the keys.
some guards are great to work with, others can be difficult so its really a coin-toss. management is also unresponsive and hard to reach by e-mail or phone, so good luck requesting time off. However if you perform well you can easily get promotions, but that is due to the extreme short-staffing of the company as they take on as many contracts as possible and attempt to fill in those positions with anyone that has a license.