What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Security Officer in Roanoke:
At the interview the company says you will be working 40+ hours a week, but it turns out, to save money we only work at most 35 hours a week.
Security Officer in Anaheim:
Research your employer(s). Know what they want from their employees and be sure you can meet the needs.
Security Officer in Aiea:
"Work a true 8 hour shift."
Learn the policies and stick to them. You get paid to do a job, don't slack. Don't let unfocused people influence you.
Security Officer in Tampa:
Read, explore, navigate, observe, discover and research everything possible and impossible about security technology daily and continue being very extra attentive in its intuitive atmosphere daily, and always keep an open mind for advancement learning and educational youthful security safety information that are offered or volunteered by its neighbors of modern society randomly.
Security Officer in Lexington:
"Not For The Timid."
This job is not for the timid. We frequently deal with combative patients. Many of these patients are infected with Hep C or HIV. These patients will not hesitate to spit, throw things or strike. You have to be mentally prepared for these attacks and little or no support from medical staff. You will frequently have medical staff try to pawn their job off on you and then try to report you for “not doing your job” when you don’t cooperate. Please understand that this is extremely common and shows no sign of changing.