Evaluaciones de G4S en Memphis, TN
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As a security guard, I learned quite a bit in make sure the area I worked were secure. The management at the location I worked at was overall good, except for the head manager who let a select few employees do what they wanted and when.
Open the doors for customers and employee, monitor the doors in front of the bank and patrol the outside of the bank the hardest part of the day is just standing on your feet all day
over time pay
I love doing security for where I am but management sucks and I wouldn't recommend G4S in Memphis to anybody I know... It was great when I started a few years ago but every since we got this new captain and new staff in the office, it's been aweful.
Ensuring the highest level of customer service. Responsible for the safety and securing of private grounds and clients.
Free lunches and greeting new people witha smile and positve attitude
security and safety
Great opportunity and the leadership opportunity to train and educate staff when needed is great in that you are able to learn more from all departments and each area is set up to learn a lot of new things from managerial skills were utilized daily in to use leadership areas are the a advantage
Being my first experience in a leadership role I was a student and a teacher to my subordinates at the same time. I enjoyed ample opportunities to learn new things about management which natured my growth professionally and personally. Upper management was fair and consistent!
Good working enviornment and oppertunities for growth.
The oppertunity for pay increase was not equal to increase of roles and responsibility
Worked with this company for over a year, just for extra income. Our supervisor did not care about and and did not answer your phone calls. They treated us like dirt. And after a while they just let all the employee's go.
waste of one's life
Secure the area in building and grounds of industrial plants, commercial buildings, docks, camp areas and work sites Warned violators of rule infractions, such as loitering, smoking and carrying forbidding items Watch for reported ill regularities, such as fire hazards, leaking water pipes and security doors left unlocked
A typical work day consisted of maintaining daily activities in a log, checking badges, monitoring employee activitiy, and providing customer service for the client. I learned to keep focused on my surroundings and be observant all while remaining professional. The most enjoyable part of the job as the pleasant attitude of the employeed.
I enjoyed my time with Wackenhut. The management employees were easy to get along with and did not micromanage their officers to where they could not grow with the job and learn from their mistakes. The two problems I have with Wackenhut are 1) that they did not offer an opportunity to take classes in criminal justice so the officers could advance in the company, and 2) they offer poor healthcare coverage.
Free uniforms and uniform replacements, management allowed officers to grow in the job
No help to pay for classes to advance into the Custom Protection Officer program, Poor Healthcare coverage
I've been with this company for about 6 months. It's an easy job. Can be extremely boring at times. They don't care about employees, only important thing is that they have a body at a post. Terrible pay. Terrible benefits. Only good thing about this company is that the work is fairly easy and that's about it. There's a lot of down time, that can be a pro or a con. They place u at the furthest available post, even if its one close by u. My commute is 45 mins one way, when there was an available post 10 mins from my home.??
easy job, its a job
no lunch break, pay, commute, benefits
I learned from out of experience how to do my job as a Site Supervisor. I am a fast learner, I am not afraid to ask how to improve or improve it all on my own. I have the supervision over 32 officers, all good people. Not afraid to correct them in their performance. The hardest part of the job is the frequent call offs from officers. The most enjoyable part is working with so many different personalities.