The most stressful part of the job. Account managers don't communicate well with the employees.
Answered - Custom Protection Officer (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH
Dealing with management
Answered - Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) - Charleston, WV
Standing long hours. Nobody to talk to. Armed posts are usually terrible if you have to stand.
Being mandated for sixteen (16) hour shifts at the expense of manager's friends not having to put in extra work.
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Low pay, getting assigned to low paying contracts just to have the Site Supervisors responsibilities pushed off on you for NO extra pay due to there inability to train personnel or write post orders. Company will go above and beyond to avoid any officer or site supervisor getting overtime.
Answered - Security Officer (Current Employee) - Dayton, OH
Lack of innovation and ability to share ideas or make recommendations
Answered - General Manager (Former Employee) - Blantyre
Over worked, under paid. If their is something wrong you get moved to another location without explanation. HR only cared about the contract and not their employees. No "job security"
Answered - Security (Former Employee) - Mt. Laurel, NJ
If I did not already have a retirement pension from my VA career, I could not live on this pay scale. However, it is comparable to the pay for this kind of work in the area and the company is well organized with good human resource services. They have benefits that I do not need because of my retirement package.
Answered - Security Guard (Current Employee) - Ennis, TX
Dealing with their management. Client management at my post was for the most part always very friendly and helpful.
Answered - Main gate security guard (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX