Trident Group are pleased to have signed another 12 month contract with Vanity Tamworth.
We have been supplying door supervisors for the past 3 years to vanity and are pleased to keep them as a client.
The feedback from the venue management regarding the staff is absolutely fantastic we couldn’t be happier.
We are enjoying our long working relationship with the venue.
Still the largest providers of Door Supervisors in Tamworth Town Centre 🦁
Giving you great peace of mind that your premises are protected out of hours by a local, trained and fully insured security company.
Call today for a free no obligation quotation of your business premises.
So after fantastic feedback from Decades Bar & Club Tamworth the employee of the month for August goes too Neil Woodley.
Neil has been a fantastic part of the team at Decades and has impressed the management team from the off.
Well done Neil keep up the hard work! 🦁
Trident Group Security are recruiting FEMALE Door Supervisors for pubs and nightclubs in Birmingham and Tamworth Town Centre.
Rates of pay from £11.00 – £13.00 per hour. Paid weekly.
We are looking for smart, professional and reliable SIA licensed Female operatives to work at busy venues across the midlands. If you have got what it takes to become part of our team please contact us.
Trident Group are pleased to be providing SL Flooring with a key holding and alarm response service in Tamworth. 🗝🏠
We currently have a special offer for our key holding service in Tamworth from as little as 0.50p per day 😳
Please call the office for a free no obligation quote of your business premises.
Trident Group are pleased to welcome David Gow to our office team, who will be heading up our Business Development department.
David has been involved in sales and the security industry for the last 12 years. We are certain that David will be a great asset to the team as the Business Development Manager.
We are looking forward to a long working relationship and wish David all the best in his new appointment.
The Telegraph reports “widespread use of outdated computer systems had made hospitals a “soft target” for hackers”.
Trident employs the latest IT security systems, including SSL certification, to make sure our stakeholders’ data remains safe.
The 2015 elections are now officially over and one argument that surrounded this year’s election was the zero hour contract. For those who are not aware, zero hour contracts mean that an employer is not obliged to give their employee minimum working hours. This means, for example, an employee will not be given any guaranteed hours when signing a working contract.
The stigma over the zero hour contract is the myth that employers use these contracts in order to get a high number of hours from an employee for little wages, wages often under the national minimum wage.
Now we do not dispute that zero hour contracts can be and are used by some employers as a means of restricting employee rights. However all employers utilising these contracts should not be tarnished with the same brush as a number of industries rely on them in order to survive in their particular market – due to the type of contracts/work they receive.
At Trident security, we use zero hour contracts for a number of reasons. For example, certain clients are unable to provide set weekly rotas and hours and as such we are unable to guarantee how many hours of work will be available each week. Many of the security officers that cover these types of contracts have primary jobs and take on work with us as an additional source of income. The zero hour contract gives them both security and flexibility. All of Trident staff are paid at least or above statutory minimum wage and are entitled to travel pay and annual leave.
In a recent survey, almost 80% of British Security Industry Association (BSIA) agreed with zero hour contracts, citing increased flexibility and the ability to meet unexpected demands being the two key benefits. Trevor Elliot, Director of Manpower and Membership services at BSIA, commented, “Whilst we welcome governments’ review of zero – hero contracts, it’s important to emphasise that where they are correctly managed, these arrangements can have a real benefit to both employees and employers. For employers within the Security sector, who are often required to respond to high volume demand over very short periods of time, zero-hours contracts provide flexibility and the ability to be adaptable in fulfilling customer requirements.’