No full time schedule
Good job training, awful benefits
I dont have anything bad to say about this security company
health insurance at a reasonable cost
After 90 days of full time employment, you'll become eligible for health insurance benefits. But for the vast majority of low paid hourly officers, the cost in my opinion is simply too high. Their health plans include high deductible choices that can tap upwards of 15% of your take home pay. Vision and dental benefits are on par with most employers, whereas they act like discount programs aimed at keeping you out away from the doctors office. A company 401k is available and it has 30 or so funds to choose from, but without company matching, you might as well just open your own Roth IRA and save after tax. You'll never make enough money anyway to even approach or benefit from the annual limits of any IRA savings plan to warrant utilizing their company pre-tax 401k savings plans.
Dishonest management, doent keep you in the loop..There job is to sell the business and doesnt matter what they say or do to make that happen c
Not the best benefits
A little pricy but, you gotta what you gotta do
The health insurance benefits are horrible. Additional invoices always are billed after attending any kind of doctor's visit. Insurance pays for a small portion of routine dental and medical treatments.
Horrible benefits, barely any room to move up in the company, no work/life balance at all. Overtime is available, but it depends on the client contract.
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