You need to focus on your core business to achieve important goals. To seize opportunities. To exceed your stakeholders’ expectations. Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems, and solutions to serve, secure, and care for the people and businesses in our communities. Our relationships with our employees and clients are at the heart of everything we do, each and every day. With 180+ locations, our national reach and local presence covers the continent.
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I worked for SOS which was recently acquired by this company. All I can say is elder abuse! They know you are retired, and may have another job, or a disability, but they force you to work beyond your physical capacity. One gentlemen 74 who had another part time day job, was also forced to work nights for fourteen straight days before he quit.
Are they age friendly????
Excellent Posting, Handicap Fiendly
Out of the half-dozen officers at our site, two are of retirement age.
Employer has training for site supervisors
They are fair with their people and suppliers.
I have been working at Allied Universal full-time (More than 3 years) The pay is good, The OT is good as well, if you want to work you'll get hours. The benefits are good, PTO after a year.
Rating this company is a two-part process, therefore difficult to wrap it into one rating. The employees are extremely nice and hlepful, but, due to the lack of decent benefits and no holiday pay ever unless you use a vactaion day for it, the employees are unhappy with the company in general. I have worked for them for over a year and have yet to find anyone whohas a good thing to say about the company. So, my rating would be: Age friendly - 5 Company reputaion with employees - 1
I haven't actually been able to speak to anyone from this company. I've received emails from a Pam Armistead requesting me to call, but she never answers, or returns calls. I suspect that the emails are mass-mailing, but she doesn't return my calls after seeing a video interview that would reveal my age (I'm 59).
Age and Handicap Friendly
They push out the older more seasoned officers for new inept security officers for less money.
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