88 Security Sales Consultants from Brink's submitted salaries.
Former CEO: Michael T. Dan
Status: Defunct on September 1, 2010
Brink’s Home Security was spun off from its parent company, The Brinks Company, in 2008. The Brink’s Company has been offering its clients home security since 1983. Richmond, Virginia is home to The Brink's Company, a well-known security and protection provider. The original Brink’s Company emerged from the Pittston Company in 2003.
Brink’s Home Security assumed the name Broadview Security in 2009. The company’s headquarters is in Irving, Texas. After separating from the parent company, Brink’s Home Security had 1.3 million customers in the United States and Canada. In 2010, Broadview Security was acquired by Tyco International for $2 billion. Broadview Security was transitioned into the ADT Company and now operates under that company. ADT is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida under the leadership of Naren K. Gursahaney.
Prior to its focus on home security, the company focused only on transporting valuables world-wide in bullet-resistant armored trucks. This portion of the company secures 44 percent of their business from outside the country. In 2005, the company had 54,000 employees serving people in more than 50 different countries.
Brinks careers were rewarding to some employees in the industry. In most areas of the company, the management was respected. Working at Brink’s Home Security, employees were most impressed by the Brinks benefits package. Of all the categories, this particular area scored the highest. The company focused on career development according to most of the former employees. Career development required training of employees both on-site and off-site. The company also recognized employees for their outstanding service and offered bonuses when possible.
The Brinks Homes Security culture is centered on trust, integrity, respect and safety. The company made every effort to honor their commitments and respect the diversity of their employees. Brinks Homes Security’s policies did not promote discrimination against employees due to race, gender or orientation. The company protected its employees and provided a safe environment for them to work. Risk management and rigorous training standards were a priority of the company. Motivated and qualified employees capable of solving complex problems were coveted by Brinks. The company was also committed to innovation and seeking novel approaches to problems in the workplace.
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