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Security 2000 makes interview promise to military veterans

February 9, 2024

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Security firm, Security 2000, has offered a guaranteed job interview to any ex-service personnel as part of its ongoing commitment to the military community. 

Avonmouth-based Security 2000 signed the Armed Forces Covenant last year and is opening its doors to any veterans in the Bristol and Bath area for interviews and paid-for Security Industry Authority (SIA) licenses. 

Security 2000 reports that since Richard Gabriel was appointed as business unit director in June 2023, it has experienced growth and signed its first national contracts. 

In a bid to attract the best staff, the company has increased pay to well over the real living wage and introduced a suite of technology to afford the very best protection for its staff. 

All about welfare for Security 2000 

“Quite simply, we believe customers deserve better than what the current security industry provides,” said Gabriel.  

“We are determined to deliver a credible response service and that means attracting and retaining the very best staff. 

“We are a real living wage employer because we believe it’s very important to show how serious we are about the welfare of our staff. 

“It’s a very competitive market and there are plenty of companies out there without accreditation who don’t pay the minimum wage.  

“In some cases, agencies pay people less than the minimum wage after they have taken their cut.” 

“Offering a guaranteed interview and paid-for SIA licenses to military veterans is another way we stand out from the crowd.  

“Service leavers are disciplined, professional, reliable and excellent under pressure – exactly the sort of people we want working for our company.” 

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