I have been working at GlobalOptions
Pros – Do not wish to Discuss
Cons – Pay is low and seems to be decreasing.
Advice to Senior Management – Increase pay to higher than industry standards and gain more loyalty.
2012-08-11 11:07 PDT
I worked at GlobalOptions full-time for more than a year
Pros – Great entry level employment to get feet wet. Great clients to work for usually. Pays well for entry level employees. Good technology for on the job.
Cons – Fluctuation in hours too much (need second job to support income). Poor travel help while traveling.
Poor human resources department. Micromanagers are at their best!
Advice to Senior Management – Provide career training and provide management with career training.
2013-07-15 17:39 PDT
I worked at GlobalOptions full-time
Pros – Immediate supervisor was a decent person. Didn't have people over my shoulder all day. Office was close to my house.
Cons – Came on with the company mainly for opportunity to move up. After I started, learned there was really nowhere to move up to. Upper management not the slightest interested in their employees. They're obviously trying to jack up revenues to get a better price when they try to sell the company in a couple years. Not interested in building a company for the long-term.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-06-10 11:31 PDT
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I worked at GlobalOptions
Pros – (pros / cons depended on which unit you were in)
autonomy / independence
supported initiative and innovation
friendliness among staff
Cons – lack of communication between upper and lower management
lack of communication between lower tiers of business units
very long hours
2011-01-06 18:34 PST
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