MITIE Security careers in London
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Security & Public Safety
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Security Officer in London
on 14 September 2022
There payment system is blindTheir payment system has a mind of its own. Good worker who travel long distances to work, flexible, noted for their good work are being paid the same as any other.
Security Officer in London
on 23 December 2022
Bad workplaceHonestly sont get paid enough for what you have to put up with in the retail sector. I only recommend getting experience here then finding something better soon after.
SECURITY OFFICER in London, Greater London
on 16 August 2022
challenging and competitiveIt give you full competent in the role you are assign to play, the ability, knowledge and skill to do something successfully. Acceptable and satisfactory
CCTV Operator in London
on 27 July 2022
ExcellentI am very happy to work with this company as this company has lots of opportunities and mostly in all government sectors. plenty of choice when you transfer internally. Great balanced life and Co operating system.
Retail Security Officer in Kent/London
on 6 July 2022
Don't work for Mitie!Once you're excepted for the job you'll be put in a Sainsbury’s store somewhere. You'll have the joy dealing with many shoplifters, but you're not allowed to really stop them, no touching or grabbing, just ask them to stop, ONLY at the front door area, if you stop them outside like you should really, you'll be penalised for it. The truth is, anyone can make a stop and arrest a shoplifter, the person has to leave the store completely, if you're stopping people right by the door, technically they haven't left the store yet. Managers are all ex security guards, who were lazy and never caught anyone shoplifting, they're just there for wage each month. Lots of the managers have their family members working there, they get all the store detective jobs and decent stores to work in, hardly any experience for the role, but this is where favouriteism comes in. Also once you leave Mitie, you'll have mega problems getting your P45 and last wage slips, also they'll mess up any outstanding pay they owe you. Don't plan anything on your days off, the rota will change a day before, you must keep an eye on it, otherwise you might think you're on rest day, but really you're down to work. If you try and argue with management about them changing your rest days to a working day, they'll just say "we can legally change it within 48 hrs."
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