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Here in Prince George it's because the management here is incompetent. Short paycheques, opening the shifts two days prior and having to last minute call everyone, cutting their experienced employees hours and giving all of them to inexperienced newbies with no site orientations or training, and a complete lack of communication with their employees. On top of the low wages it means I've seen a lot of really good guards quit once hired by them. Especially the ones who were part of Concord and Regional when Paladin bought them. I have yet to hear anything good from any Paladin employees up here. I work for three Security companies and Paladin might bring it down to two.

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Yes, but you must sign a contract to 9 month to a year employment or you reimburse them the costs.

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6 a.m to 2 p.m
2 p.m to 10 p.m
10 p.m to 06 a.m

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A lot of continued education! You must always keep learning. Also, if you want to move ahead you must look the part. Shine your boots, iron your clothing, comb your hair and look presentable. It is not hard but a good guard will really stand out when they look the part. A well kept exterior represents something of a character of a person and how they will perform their duties.

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Job experience, how would you deal with people in a high stress confrontation.

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Dress shirt and dress pants. Try to look put together as well and you will likely get hired. Security license is a plus, but you can also train and do it through them.

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It ended at the phenomenal training. Beyond that the reality turns into a big let down.

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Attend career fair or walk in to the office and apply in person

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