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How is management perceived at G4S Compliance & Investigations?

8 English reviews out of 8

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31 October 2019

Pros

A few good employees who understand how to work in a team and are solid in the insurance industry.

Cons

Some peer employees are bullies even though they have only met you on the telephone and know nothing about your skills. Worry warts about what the investigator actually charges and what they Think should be charged. Running a "Goodwill" work environment. Very cheap when it comes to any perk for the employee and a culture of just suck it up instead of the management skills to utilize employees of other areas who have no work to assist when other regions are overloaded. It' not Majic, it is called Management!

Advice to Management

Get rid of the good old boy style and rework the internal management, the claim managers and the back bone of the operation (the investigators) so each employee is on a level field of respect, pay and work level. Quit talking behind other employees back's negatively and find ways to utilize all employees to their full potential which will benefit the org.

Very cheap when it comes to any perk for the employee and a culture of just suck it up instead of the management skills to utilize employees of other areas who have no work to assist when other regions are overloaded.

31 October 2019

Reviewed by: Field Representative in United States (Former Employee)

16 October 2019

Pros

Great company, good pay, good work and management.

Cons

There were none, it was a good job and good company to work for.

Great company, good pay, good work and management.

16 October 2019

Reviewed by: SIU Investigator in United States (Former Employee)

17 December 2019

Pros

Remote work available for most corporate positions

Cons

Low pay, low growth opportunity, need to work excessive OT to make ends meet. No annual increases, management is not accessible. Emails and phone calls go largely ignored.

No annual increases, management is not accessible.

17 December 2019

Reviewed by: Shared Services Specialist in United States (Current Employee)

13 April 2020

Pros

Remote work, independent work, sometimes early days

Cons

Low pay, had to use own vehicle, virtually no time off, poor management

Advice to Management

Pay your investigators what they're worth. They use they're own vehicles which they need to maintain that the monthly vehicle allowance does not fully cover.

Low pay, had to use own vehicle, virtually no time off, poor management

13 April 2020

Reviewed by: Private Investigator in United States (Former Employee)

2 January 2020

Pros

Can make pretty good entry level money Some days are shorter than others Essentially, own boss Paid to travel to places Company Gas Card

Cons

Heavy Workload Sit in car all day Own Vehicle miles used No set schedule One corporate office (in Raleigh)

Advice to Management

More interconnection with employees will reduce in confusion to management.

Essentially, own boss

2 January 2020

Reviewed by: Private Investigator in Derry, NH (Former Employee)

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