Overall Employee Satisfaction
3.2

Manager Relationship
3.4
Manager Communication
3.1
Appreciation
2.8
Learning and Development
3.2
Company Outlook
3.3
Fair Pay
2.6
Pay Transparency
2.7
United States (change)

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How do employees review their experience at Allied Barton Security Services Inc.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Allied Barton Security Services Inc. as 3.2 out of 5. Allied Barton Security Services Inc. earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 3.4 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Policy, giving it 2.5 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that employees at Allied Barton Security Services Inc., with scores of 2.8 and 3.3 respectively, have had mixed experiences. Learn More

Allied Barton Security Services Inc. Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Allied Barton Security Services Inc.?

Security Officer in Denver:
"Fairly good company."
Pros: Job security. Decent benefits. Great co-workers.
Cons: I'm in a contract right now where I'm not able to move up.

Security Officer Armed in St. Louis:
"Confusing."
Pros: I work for the Boeing Corp. It is a very pleasent place to work over all.
Cons: I was promised a raise after the year and I didn't get it. If people are not getting fired they are quitting. Overtime because of this is averaging 16 to 25 hrs a week. Company is having hard time finding officer with Secret clearance. Giving new candidates $500.00 signing bonus for a active clearance but won't give us the raises we were promised.

Security Officer in Boston:
"Wonderful company to work for."
Pros: Great management, plenty of overtime available, good uniforms, quality co-workers, exclusive/selective hiring allows for a higher-quality of security officers being hired which means most people show up on time and know what they are doing, they have company vehicles, decent benefits, health insurance packages available, weekly pay, intelligent website and pay monitoring software, and excellent training programs that allow you to walk into work feeling confident about your ability to complete your assigned tasks.
Cons: Sometimes it can be boring, I don't feel challenged most of the time, and it's not my dream job.

Security Officer in Hutchinson:
"Absolute idiots!"
Pros: You have a horrible job that may or may not pay at least most of your bills but you will never have any more.
Cons: My entire chain of command are absolutely moronic! They have cost the company money, they lie every chance they get, they do not even do their job, and then they blame you for their screw ups. You will hate your life after working for them for even 3 months. They have made threats of termination even though my job performance is top notch. I called in sick following the protocol and got written up even though it was my first time calling in over a year of working for them. I constantly pick up after my supervisor and he takes all the credit. To put it bluntly: If anybody else at Allied Barton got hurt or worse I wouldn't even acknowledge it. They are the scum of the Earth!

Security Officer in Hutchinson:
Pros: The people that we service are polite especially at night. Its peaceful.
Cons: The employees during the day are just in a rush it seems. Like dont pay no mind to the low level security guard. Like they are better because they are doing something that actually matters for energy and we are just here looking pretty in a metal badge.

Security Officer in Deerfield Beach:
"Stress Level Is Low, Flexible Shifts."
Pros: Same as summary but also management is not on top of you and you are barely put to the test.
Cons: The only complaint I have is of course about the pay. With my experience and credentials, I would expect to be paid at least two or three dollars an hour more.

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