How to complaint??! I also have bad experience with Xxx Company.
They are still holding on and refuse to cancel the notification of mine.Very frustrated…
We as a security officer earn peanuts yet the company does this to me – 12 hrs x 6 days with an hour of break.
Each 12-hour shift is further sub-divided into one-hour blocks, with 11 hours of work and a one-hour meal break. The 11 one-hour blocks form a rotating roster, with five guards put on one of five tasks hourly: manning the main guard post, guarding the basement entrance of the clubhouse, operating the car park barrier, watching CCTV cameras and patrolling the grounds.
It’s a pretty boring job, 95% of which is downtime. If you can entertain yourself on the clock it’s a breezy paycheck.
Keeping occupied should be easy in the modern era of smartphones.
Yet I got a miserable pay of $1.6k. Morning eat roti $0.90. Afternoon eat been hoon $1.20. Dinner eat chicken rice $3.00. There goes $1.6k. Ridiculous and pathetic…
Anyway I only request to be removed from the company since I have already found a better offer in the security industry. Yet was given a stern lecture and a shouting on the phone.
Do I deserve such a treatment?! Anyway, security industry people are shallow-minded. When one doesn’t benefit the other, you will remain worth-less.
We don’t deserve such treatment. We don’t felt appreciated by fellow mates. Restrictions of working 26 days . No time-off, leave not approve .Take MC kena shout at. Every time Sops.
Knowing that being a security guard is regarded as the lowest and most contemptible job a person can have.
Comments that I have heard include things like “security guards are losers who can’t get a real job.”
One person informed me that security guards are often “stupid, fat, ugly, lonely people who would otherwise be unemployed and homeless, but lucked into this boring, low paying, unskilled job.
Moreover, people tend to look upon security officer as the ” lowliest ” job.
Everything is yes sir yes sir and 3 black fool. Treat security guards like no respect. Permanent employee doesn’t mean have permanent site. At the end of the day I don’t own a living from any one. Nothing to sing about…
Republished from the blog transitioning.org.