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  • "security hr"-special requirement?

    Why would a security company have to hire a HR person to deal with emotional or confrontational circumstances?

    http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=%22SECU...orida&start=10

  • #2
    Im assuming that relates to terminations of employees.
    Sergeant Phil Esterhaus: "Hey, let's be careful out there.."

    THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS WEBSITE/BLOG ARE MINE ALONE AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VIEWS OF MY EMPLOYER.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by zm88 View Post
      im assuming that relates to terminations of employees.
      i agrre but it is a liability issue why not call/notify them to tell their services are no longer required.

      I think the same company that would put their office help in danger would bethe same on that would put an officer on a dangerous post without informing that person; that officer might be the same one that comes back in the office an "angry man".

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      • #4
        "Security HR"-Special Requirement?

        Before retiring from my sworn job two years ago, I would occasionally get calls to work off-duty at agency approved details. One of them several years ago was when a major company in the county was downsizing. The PD for that city could not cover all of the shifts, so they called us to assist. They had us standing by in a room adjacent to where people were getting let go. They had us in civilian clothing 24/7 for about 2 weeks. Needless to say, they feared that someone "might go postal". We never had any issues, but we did escort some people off property. I gather from others more experienced in the corporate world than I am, that a fair number of places now, as soon as you resign from employment, they follow the employee to their desk, observe them as they clean it out, and they are done immediately and paid for the next two weeks. We do live in interesting times.
        Last edited by Jim1348; 11-23-2012, 02:16 PM. Reason: Details

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jim1348 View Post
          before retiring from my sworn job two years ago, i would occasionally get calls to work off-duty at agency approved details. One of them several years ago was when a major company in the county was downsizing. The pd for that city could not cover all of the shifts, so they called us to assist. They had us standing by in a room adjacent to where people were getting let go. They had us in civilian clothing 24/7 for about 2 weeks. Needless to say, they feared that someone "might go postal". We never had any issues, but we did escort some people off property. I gather from others more experienced in the corporate world than i am, that a fair number of places now, as soon as you resign from employment, they follow the employee to their desk, observe them as they clean it out, and they are done immediately and paid for the next two weeks. We do live in interesting times.
          i work as a contractor for a retailer. If the security mgr. Fires a contractor officer the contractor supervisor is told who got fired. An email from the mgr goes out to all. The email says "security officer "x' has no reason to be on the property (which carries with it the message "if that person shows up they are to be removed and given a notice of tresspass") in only 2 cases an officer was fired in the mgr's office (a women). She had 3 supervisors in the office with her; an yes i think they were expecting trouble.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jim1348 View Post
            Before retiring from my sworn job two years ago, I would occasionally get calls to work off-duty at agency approved details. One of them several years ago was when a major company in the county was downsizing. The PD for that city could not cover all of the shifts, so they called us to assist. They had us standing by in a room adjacent to where people were getting let go. They had us in civilian clothing 24/7 for about 2 weeks. Needless to say, they feared that someone "might go postal". We never had any issues, but we did escort some people off property. I gather from others more experienced in the corporate world than I am, that a fair number of places now, as soon as you resign from employment, they follow the employee to their desk, observe them as they clean it out, and they are done immediately and paid for the next two weeks. We do live in interesting times.
            My company offers consulting and protective services related to high-risk terminations. They are more common than you might think.

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            • #7
              With us if theres an investigation its my job to write the recommendation and cite my reasons as to why the employee should be terminated. That recommendation along wiyh the proper documentation is given to the the operations manager who calls the officer in for an interview and then if management finds cause the employee is let go. No call/no shows have their access badges revoked, and are left a voicemail or email w.e that they're no longer enployed. I've also been preaent during other terminations when i wprked atthe mall.
              Sergeant Phil Esterhaus: "Hey, let's be careful out there.."

              THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS WEBSITE/BLOG ARE MINE ALONE AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VIEWS OF MY EMPLOYER.

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              • #8
                Because, HR, is the best of the best, only operators who work and is the Director of HR, and the youngest Chief of Police in our area and our country is the real deal, that said, your PACKET better be the real deal, or you're fired. And the word gets out very easy if you're a fruad. But we won't go there because everyone here is the real deal. You have creds,or you don't.

                Every best HR officer, will know your packet, retired or not, and back again. LOL.
                Last edited by Pop pop; 11-23-2012, 07:08 PM.
                Pop Pop - It reminds me of an old statement by my Master Sergeant. "A Good Run is better then a Bad Stand".

                Sec Trainer- Pop Pop: Hope you don't mind if I quote your Master Sergeant. He was a very smart man.

                Pop Pop- Yes Sir, Thank you Senior Instructor Sec Trainer, hope you don't mind if I place your quote into my Signature?

                Sec Trainer- Permission granted, recruit. Now, police the company area!


                flat out cool..

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                • #9
                  Dang, I am good. And we carry on..
                  Last edited by Pop pop; 11-23-2012, 06:50 PM.
                  Pop Pop - It reminds me of an old statement by my Master Sergeant. "A Good Run is better then a Bad Stand".

                  Sec Trainer- Pop Pop: Hope you don't mind if I quote your Master Sergeant. He was a very smart man.

                  Pop Pop- Yes Sir, Thank you Senior Instructor Sec Trainer, hope you don't mind if I place your quote into my Signature?

                  Sec Trainer- Permission granted, recruit. Now, police the company area!


                  flat out cool..

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                  • #10
                    Address employees during all-staff meetings with confidence and honesty. Refrain from gloomily reporting business matters always share news using a positive and forward-thinking tone. Employees often react to the messenger’s tone and demeanor instead of the message itself. If the company leadership delivers a message about potential layoffs, be prepared to share information about the decision to lay off employees came about, outplacement arrangements, unemployment benefits and call backs.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Pop pop View Post
                      Because, HR, is the best of the best, only operators who work and is the Director of HR, and the youngest Chief of Police in our area and our country is the real deal, that said, your PACKET better be the real deal, or you're fired. And the word gets out very easy if you're a fruad. But we won't go there because everyone here is the real deal. You have creds,or you don't.

                      Every best HR officer, will know your packet, retired or not, and back again. LOL.
                      I have no idea what you said.
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                      • #12
                        OK, What I was trying to say is this, there are some smart HR's out there who know exactly what professional agents to call for any job, from Executive Protection / Asset Protection / High Risk Protection details, to basic security gigs. I've worked with two HR's who both are retired Police Chief's. Very good reps and very professional operations. lol. Better?


                        Pop pop
                        Pop Pop - It reminds me of an old statement by my Master Sergeant. "A Good Run is better then a Bad Stand".

                        Sec Trainer- Pop Pop: Hope you don't mind if I quote your Master Sergeant. He was a very smart man.

                        Pop Pop- Yes Sir, Thank you Senior Instructor Sec Trainer, hope you don't mind if I place your quote into my Signature?

                        Sec Trainer- Permission granted, recruit. Now, police the company area!


                        flat out cool..

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SecTrainer View Post
                          I have no idea what you said.

                          SecTrainer, I am with you. From reading this, and other of his posts, I don't think he knows what he is talking about.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Corpsec1 View Post
                            SecTrainer, I am with you. From reading this, and other of his posts, I don't think he knows what he is talking about.
                            I tried to make that post from a birthday party and was tired and drunk. I explained myself to secTrainer.

                            but I don't have to say a god damn thing to you. Go about you're business.
                            Pop Pop - It reminds me of an old statement by my Master Sergeant. "A Good Run is better then a Bad Stand".

                            Sec Trainer- Pop Pop: Hope you don't mind if I quote your Master Sergeant. He was a very smart man.

                            Pop Pop- Yes Sir, Thank you Senior Instructor Sec Trainer, hope you don't mind if I place your quote into my Signature?

                            Sec Trainer- Permission granted, recruit. Now, police the company area!


                            flat out cool..

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Pop pop View Post
                              I tried to make that post from a birthday party and was tired and drunk. I explained myself to secTrainer.

                              but I don't have to say a god damn thing to you. Go about you're business.
                              I buy that you were drunk and tired with that first post and did not ask you to explain yourself to me. That was your choice.

                              I just find your replies hard to follow at times and all the "operators", "collars", and "perps" talk. I feel like I am watching a bad, old TV show.

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