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Driver / Guard

Dunbar Armored Charlotte, NC

• Maintain a security awareness at all times, whether driving a vehicle and watching for the hopper or outside of the vehicle delivering shipments to… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago


Dunbar Armored Charlotte, NC

for tellers. 3. May assist in controlling access to the facility via use of entry… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Vault Personnel

Dunbar Armored Charlotte, NC

PM VAULT CLERK - EVENING SHIFT 6:00 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT $10.00/HOUR Responsible for the security of cargo checked into the vault and out of the… CareerBuilder

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    Worked in Baltimore and White Marsh, MD. Not bad. Room to get promoted depending where you work, and if someone above you wishes to give you a chance. Not a horrible place to work. Had better, had worse.

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    Former Employee - Driver/Guard, Supervisor in White Marsh, MD
    Former Employee - Driver/Guard, Supervisor in White Marsh, MD

    I worked at Dunbar Armored full-time (more than 3 years)


    I enjoyed my coworkers. I enjoyed the learning experience.


    Micromanagement from superiors. Lack of training for employees. Substandard pay in comparison to other similar employers in industry.

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    Catch up with the times. Pay your employees a decent wage for the work they do, and the responsibility they have. Teach your management throughout the company to train new employees properly at all locations. Management cares about one thing across your organization- "the bottom line"- not hiring the best employees, not allowing your great employees to move up, cut the bs with the "good ole' boy" system. Understand that people make mistakes, we are human and not numbers. Quit firing good employees because of a mistake made, or because the management does not want them due to the "what have you done for me lately" attitude within your organization. Start worrying more about the morale of your employees company wide, not just the money your company makes - you should go on "Undercover Boss" to find out how employees across your company really feel about the way the company is operated, and how neglected and unimportant they feel from management- you may wake up after that -

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