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Condor Security

Size of company: Medium (50 - 499 employees)

Industry: Security

  • When it comes to reality based training and a company well focused on the quality of their workers and the training they provide, Condor is your go to company. Anyone who joins the security field just to make money will obviously have negative things to say about this company simply because they do not understand or value the importance of quality training and hard work. When I first applied to Condor I had already worked with two other companies and based on my experiences altogether I would like to clarify where Condor stands. Anyone pursuing a career in this industry would understand why Condor is the way they are. When I started at Condor it was only about getting a job, and maybe becoming a police officer one day. As I completed the basic trainging courses with this company I became hungry for growth. I wanted to learn more, I wanted to push myself to become a better person than I started. I needed to improve my professionalism, ability to mutli-task under stress and to de-escalate disagreements before things get physical. Condor is the company that will give you the opportunity to grow not only in your work environment but in your personal life as well. Keep in mind you have to take this opportunity as if you know it belongs to you. Sitting and waiting around doing nothing relevant to the cause is setting yourself up for failure. For those looking to sit behind a desk or walk around different properties just to get paid,Condor is not the company for you. As a current employee of the company I can honestly sat the company isn't perfect but we are damn near perfect. There aren't many companies that will take the time to re-train you if you were to mess up on your job. Most big companies just fire the person that messes up and replaces them. What good is that to you as an individual trying to grow? Not good at all.

    Posted on 29 November 2014 by Rater #27 | Flag as inappropriate

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