Are you a Current or Former Employee? Former job since 2014
I like about the employer
Easy to get a job their. The wages for on sites are $11/hour and patrol is $12/hour.
I dislike about the employer
A lot of the employees are over weight and all the managers are obese. The main manager there is morbidly obese and clearly judging by his health will not be living much longer.
They will only pay $10/hour when first hired for "training" and not tell you.
They track you with GPS and will micro manage you by telling you how fast you should be walking and what route you should be taking. This will very by which manager is working that night to nag you. Saw a manager write up a man in his mid 60s for walking too "slow"
If you work patrol then you are responsible for damages to company vehicles your fault or not.
You will have to pay a $160 uniform fee when hired.
Prepare to be driving long miles to commute to job sites.
No eating in company cars, one guy got written up when they found a grain of rice someone else left in the car.
Scheduling is ran like its the early 90s so no electric scheduling system, You will have to hand write your hours every Friday.
The owner claims to be retired police but I can find no record of that being true. He doesn't even list his police experience on his linked in profile. Instead he has FedEx driver listed which leads me to believe he is lying.
Driving conditions are no reason to miss work so have a good insurance provider.
High turn over rate with employees also do not make friends. Hours can be hard to come by along with what sites your most happy at which will lead to coworkers making false statements against you in hopes of getting your hours and your site.
They will make it difficult to have steady hours. Prepare to be working all shifts and many locations within the same week. Your personal life will not survive and will revolve around your job.
They will not pay overtime meaning you WILL have plenty of missing hours which is your job to call in and request to be paid.
You will HAVE to attend monthly meetings at the office where they will inform everyone on how terrible of a job everyone is doing.