So many different jobs and assignments, some of them are awful and some really great. You do get to know the people you work with really well and the nature of the job – basically hanging out together watching over premises, people and stuff - means you often become friends socially as well I am happy because I get on well with my immediate manager
Feet and legs ache after long hours standing all day Senior management not properly organised There's no training and development opportunities although promised it never seems to actually happen. If you really push and push and push for it you can get some however They expect you to be on call for them 7 days a week at any hour of the day – it's just not realistic No way to get promoted and progress up the ladder
Some of the venues we work at mean we get to meet famous people (e.g. tennis players and formula 1 drivers!)
Got to hang around great sporting venue – Wimbledon – during the championship tournament Company has respect as it is doing an important role making sure that the premises and people are safe and that there is adequate security in place and physically manning the area to ensure this. Get some perks – Our own chill out zone with cafe and TV and some free food.
All my managers tell me I am good at my job and they really value my work, but nobody can offer me more than praise for it as there is nowhere to progress to, no ladder to climb
Free lunch and telly
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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