I must preface this account with the following details: Unfortunately, due to the economy, I have been an employee for this company for over four years. I do not have any written reports against my name, and I have recently provided my two-week notice of resignation. Although I have been unfairly treated in the past by this employer, which includes upper management, I decided to extend courtesy by providing a two week notice of my resignation. However, this courtesy was failed to be extended back to myself, and I was told to not complete my remaining balance of working days. I was appalled by the audacity of these individuals to choose for me to not complete my final employment dates.
Feel free to research this company; they have numerous complaints against them, sexual harassment lawsuits, and poor employee reviews. I am shocked that more clients do not terminate their contracts with U.S. Security Associates, INC. and switch to a more quality service provider. U.S. Security Associates Inc. hires just about anyone, and I mean ANYONE. The company provides poor benefits, little to no promotional opportunities, no raises, no incentives or positive feedback for its employees to provide quality service.
Furthermore, management lacks professionalism. Numerous employees have been subjected to their valid complaints being ignored, to passive aggressive behavior, to unfair treatment, and to feel as if they need to settle for such injustices! While working for this company over the years, I have witnessed good employees being wrongfully terminated while other employees who happened to be favored received preferred treatment! It became blatantly apparent that in order to "succeed, " one needed to place his morals on the backburner, turn a blind eye to bad behavior, and placate poor management.
When is enough actually ENOUGH? Current and previous employees of this company need to UNITE and have a voice. Voice your dissatisfaction, proclaim NO MORE, and stand firm in your beliefs that every employee is ENTITLED to fair treatment, to have his valid concerns addressed and rectified, and to be respected. Individuals need to be held accountable for bad behavior, and management needs a complete re-structuring from ground up!