- Security Officers sleeping on the job
- Security Officers arriving late to the job
- Security Officers looking sloppy, not in the proper uniform
- Lack of confidentiality agreement between the Officers, the Security Company and the Client – or violation of that agreement
- Security Officer is paid as an independent contractor and not an employee, which is illegal and violation of State Bureau of Security & Investigations law – and could impact your liability.
- High turnover of officers, affecting the daily standard of operation at the Client’s facility
- Underpaid officers with no benefits (i.e. Medical, Dental, 401K)
- Fraternization of security officers with your employees, distracting the officers from delivering effective security measures at your facility.
- No strong management of officers from the Security Company, contributing to additional workload for the Client team.
- Lack of strong screening program including resume, interview, license and permits review, background check (criminal, drug, reference checks and psychological testing).
- No real time oversight of Security Officer movements and patrols.