Spriggs Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Jason Michael Spriggs (born May 17, 1994) is an American football offensive tackle for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Indiana.
Security Officer (Former Employee) says"I secured client locations. Most clients I dealt with were high-end jewelry. I went above and beyond the companies policies. The management had no clue about their client's structure to secure clients assets properly. I left procedures in place that were from my guidance. They don't enforce important subjects just those that elements that have to do with the company losing money. Most of their guards still give their full attention to their cell phones than clients assets. I was let go because I criticized Sprigg's for repeatedly not paying for hours I worked (10 paychecks total were missing funds. They still owe me for hours."
Laborer Concrete and Asphalt (Former Employee) says"Finishing the concrete is the hardest part of the job, I learn how to set grade the percentage of grade on sidewalks, how to frame crubs. The management was good."
Lead Armed Security Specialist (Former Employee) says"The management of the company was horrible, co workers were amazing. I worked in high end retail for a long time and saved the company a lot of money in assets. I was the lead and cover for all shifts missed. Many oppurtunities for overtime"
Texas Regional Security Manager (Former Employee) says"Took a great deal of personal funds, professional commitment and time to employees and the company and client to achieve a successfully functioning work place which left me with little to no time for my family. Cons: Too little pay to support my family and allowed verry little time off for me or my family."
Security Officer (Current Employee) says"I have no complaints about this employer. Decent hours and flexibility. Only negative is that there is not much opportunity for growth within he company.."
Security Officer (Former Employee) says"Great work environment but took 2 years to finally get 40 hours a week. Long hours on your feet. Short breaks. Unfortunately no sick days off. A day you call off is a day you don't get paid Cons: No overtime pay or benefits"