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How is management perceived at G4S Compliance & Investigations?

11 English reviews out of 11

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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)

18 December 2018

Pros

You get to work from home.

Cons

Managers take your ideas and pass them on as their own. Tremendous amount of favoritism going on at this company, which is evident through their quarterly bonus system. Asking for a raise is asking for a target on your back. Managers are not as talented as many of the field staff. IMs and RMs are simply "yes" men (and women) trying to climb the corporate ladder. Management lies constantly to their field staff and are encouraged to do so by the upper ranks. I honestly dont know how you people sleep at night.

Advice to Management

Try paying attention to the investigators with real talent before you lose them all.

Managers are not as talented as many of the field staff.

18 December 2018

Reviewed by: Claims Investigator in New York, NY

29 November 2018

Pros

- Good people - Comfortable office

Cons

- Poor Management - Low Pay - Few opportunities to advance

Poor Management

29 November 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Anonymous Employee)

26 December 2019

Pros

Very busy schedule..there is always work accept for winter

Cons

Management, crappy protocols, faulty grading system, unfair treatment.

Advice to Management

Improve your management

Management, crappy protocols, faulty grading system, unfair treatment.

26 December 2019

Reviewed by: Investigator in Baltimore, MD (Current Employee)

25 July 2019

Pros

decent pay with all the allowances. Pay is on time and accurate. All travel, gas, and case expenses paid for. a lot of overtime available. If you can handle report writing, you won't have a problem.

Cons

Limited days off. Schedule is 12 days on, two days off. Routinely work 60+ hours weekly Case Managers micro manage your investigations. Not a lot of family time.

Advice to Management

More time off for Investigators, and make overtime optional.

Case Managers micro manage your investigations.

25 July 2019

Reviewed by: Field Investigator in Los Angeles, CA (Former Employee)

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