Allied Universal utilizes AI technology to help reach hiring goals
October 25, 2021 By SP&T Staff
Allied Universal says it is leveraging advanced technology to meet the company’s hiring goal of on-boarding 50,000 security professionals, administrative and managerial staff during the fourth quarter of 2021.
The company’s AUHireSmart tool allows job candidates to complete the application process, including a video interview. Some candidates receive a job offer within the hour, according to the company.
“We are leveraging our AI technology to schedule, interview and on-board candidates and new hires remotely,” said Morgan Price, senior vice-president, recruiting and talent acquisition at Allied Universal, in a statement. “In this challenging labour market, we are also offering hiring bonuses for new employees in certain states.”
Allied Universal is recruiting for seasonal and regular, full-time and part-time opportunities for open positions including security professionals, client and account managers, site supervisors, and other functional roles within human resources, sales, finance and IT.
“The opportunity for growth within Allied Universal is unlimited,” added Price. “We take great pride in our promote-from-within culture. We have many examples of employees who began their career as security professionals and now are working in all facets of the organization, from the finance department, to sales, to human resources to marketing to operations, there is truly something for everyone.”
“We are looking for individuals with superior customer services skills, who are dependable and trustworthy,” Price continued. “Someone with security experience is a plus but not mandatory. We are seeking individuals who see this new hire opportunity as more than just a job, but instead, a career.”
Allied Universal says that it offers competitive wages within the security industry with salaries based on experience and location of the job site.
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