The company was founded by Charles and Jeremiah Chubb , who patented their Chubb detector lock in The company won a government competition for a lock which could not be opened other than by its own key. In , the company produced its first Chubb safe at its factory in Wolverhampton and, in the second half of the 19th century, the company expanded into the United States, and produced a time lock that was fitted to bank vaults across the country. Over the next one hundred years, the company turned out more than 2.
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Find jobs Company reviews Find salaries. Upload your resume. Sign in. Review this company. Job Title. Canada 70 reviews. Ratings by category Clear. Sort by. Helpfulness Rating Date. English French Any. Found 18 reviews matching the search. Amazing company to for in terms of pay and benefits. Not much room to grow in the alarm operations field. Slow and repetitive. Mangement is barely available and they treat employees like high school students. Pay and benefits.
Long hours , Repetitive, Stagnate, Unionized to an extent. Was this review helpful? Yes No. Share Tweet. Copy link. Culture and work life balance have not progressed to match competitor companies. Lots of turnover in the year that I worked there. There's a lack of transparency stemming from the top down which leads to poor communication within the company.
If you're looking for a regular job where you go in and get out, this is the place. Yes No 3. Too large to make a positive future for most. Typical large organization involved with buy outs lots of layoffs and concern over your future the employee environment is pleasant and the training helps you put forth a good effort. Yes 1 No 2. Good management. Employee of the month programs, motivates employees to work harder.
Yes No 2. Rate your recent company. I absolutely loved working for Chubb. Everyday was a challenge, and colleagues were very helpful and supportive. Enjoyed the department I worked for, although the French side could do a little more work. At the time, our department had to pick up a lot of slack from other departments which made our work even more busy and stressful.
Overtime hours were plentiful and I worked with amazing people who pushed and challenged me everyday. Like every company, it had its downs. However, I very much enjoyed working for this company.
Friendly and supportive colleagues, challenging, did not have to deal with customers. Long shifts, work hours, busy department. Yes 2 No 1. Chubb is a great company. There is so much opportunity to pick up OT and out of town work. The culture varies by office, but the Edmonton branch has always been great.
I was underpaid, but it was worth it to be part of the organization. I left here in , and if I could go back in time, I never would've left. If you have the chance to work for them, jump on it. Culture, opportunity. Centralization, salary. Yes 2 No 3. Great Team of world class company. Work-Life balance. Management always supportive and easy to reach out to. I have nothing negative to say about the company.
Yes 3 No 3. The company is constantly turning over employees, by employees resigning as well as the company packaging out employees. No work life balance. Bad management. Yes 19 No 2. Also did mostly Locksmith Work in Residential Homes. Etre un bon soutien pour la clientele! Horaire flexible. Assurances, Salaire. Yes 1 No 4. Alarm Operator Former Employee - mississauga - 4 October Enjoyed working with my peers.
We were a close group, that worked together and looked out for each other. Hardest part of the job was working the overnight shift. Yes 3 No 2. Very Fast Paces Structured Environment. Fast Paced work environment with strict deadlines.
Required strict adherence to company guidelines and policies. Great team to work with and learn with. Continuing education provided by company. Yes 4 No 4. Days were very busy and hectic and so it went by quickly. One of the first duty I would do as soon as I arrive, would be to prepare the cash flow report of the previous day's receipts which I would send it by email to all of the managers in the finance department. Then, I would post the various batches of the receipts for the cheques that were sent to the bank to be deposited the day before.
Once the day's mail arrived, I would begin to process the cheques. After all the receipts were posted, we would go to lunch. After lunch, I would balance the day's receipts and then work on the payments in our unapplied account. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with processing all of the cheques that arrived. We were understaffed so we could not keep up with the volume. The most enjoyable part of the job was the posting of the receipts.
Cafeteria in the office. Long hours, very busy. Yes No 9. Chubb is a good company to work with. It provides opportunites to enhance your skills. Yes 2 No 2. Normally busy most of the time, have learnt to be patient and to deal with people. Management is helpful most have an open door policy, helpful and friendly.
The tam i work with on the night shift make a good team that works together well an easy going and friendly team. The hardest part is dealing with people especially that face that sometimes the job requires that we call them at home regardless of the time of day. Yes 5 No Productive and co-workers were fun to work with. Worked the afternoon shift, called customers and scheduled appointments for the technicians.
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