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30+ days ago

Electronic Security Systems Installer

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

Install, maintain and repair security systems including alarm devices, access control, CCTV and related equipment based on blueprints of electrical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Application Developer

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

DGA Security Systems, Inc. is looking for a Senior Application Developer to join our development team. The team explores and implements a wide range… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Fire Alarm Sales Consultant

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

Our sales team successfully markets to large commercial operations, providing full turn-key fire alarm solutions from design to final approval. As an… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Manager

DGA Security Systems New York, NY +2 locations

As a member of our Account Management Team, you will support our existing clients through exceptional customer service. You will also meet with our… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Fire Alarm Technician

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

Installation, maintenance, servicing and testing of commercial fire alarm systems and related equipment based on blueprints of electrical layouts and… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Response Agent

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

This role requires individuals to investigate source of alarm and trouble signals on subscribers' premises. Drive radio-equipped car to subscribers… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Marketing Manager

DGA Security Systems Union, NJ

Manage multi-channel marketing campaigns intended to drive online orders and leads and inbound calls for in-house phone sales team Analyze and… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Part-Time Vault Attendant

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

, This role requires the individual to check identification and attend to the needs of our customers at our high security vault facility. Other… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Outside Sales Representative

DGA Security Systems, Inc. United States

The ideal candidate will possess excellent interpersonal skills, a professional appearance, a strong desire to succeed, and a strong sales aptitude… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Trust Officer

DGA Group, Inc. Wilmington, DE

Compensation: A base salary up to $110,000 is being offered together with participation in a discretionary bonus… Glassdoor


DGA Security Systems Reviews

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    Not very friendly experience

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    Former Employee - Installer  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Installer in New York, NY

    I worked at DGA Security Systems full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Installers are friendly and they are always ready to help. The most importantly you have to find a way to get along with them from the beginning.
    Sadly that elderly Russians would have left but they are stuck in there since they have no other place to go. (Limited lingual capabilities)
    Overall, good place to start and get some experience - then you better go and find a better place since this is going to be the dead end.

    Cons

    For the minorities, the turn over rate is really high, not most of them last 6 months and over.
    Management has 0 management skills; truck schedules are mess, they do not want to listen (because they are always right - so do not even try to argue because you are WRONG)
    They treat installers like crap - so being yelled or cursed at is the regular routine.
    Stockroom - forget it, I recently met some guys from the company, they said that the stockroom has gone worse. They always mess up the equipment. (missing or wrong parts happen every day (believe it or not but LITERALLY EVERY DAY))
    You are going to work FROM 8am-5pm what equals 45 hours a week, but 5 hours overtime would not be paid.
    They say we officially start at 8:30AM but try to get there at 8:10-15 (they will yell at you - like they pay for you)
    On Thursdays, you can not even be at 8:01.

    Discrimination is the routine either, they say tool box check or inspection, yours have to be perfect, but for the guys who worked there over 5-6 years they do not even care.
    Some guys leave "officially" at 3:30-4pm and get twice as more as you would. They barely work 35 hours a week, but they get paid for 40 hours, when you do 45 hours and you get paid for 40.

    New hires make almost as much as mechanics who work for the company over 3-4 years. But you know what is ridiculous that some new hires lie about their experience (in truth, they could not even hold a screwdriver), would make more money than you do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I do not know, they clearly have no clue how to manage, motivate people. At least take some business certificate programs/courses, so you could better understand people who work under your management.
    Make some skill tests, give some reasonable raise to mechanics who work for 3-4 years so there would be a descent difference among new hires and mechanics.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO