Worst of all, things here are all personal and drama - she gets things done faster because she's got many friends in the offices, and it happened people called only to hung up or ask where she was when I was on shift. As a result, I'm cut off from the loop in many cases.
She says she only wants us to do things well for our own benefit, but when I followed a standard procedure (send an e-mail to the owner because a worker hurt himself and needed an ambulante during my shift) she got mad and accused me of going over her.
If she's in a good mood she can be friendly and even nice to have around, but it gets taxing when she overstays two hours into my shift to check on me, or arrives two hours EARLIER ti control my work.
The job is stressful enough, but she's the mai reason I want to quit: I'm sick of always tiptoeing around her.
I'm considering to quit, but I know that if I'll do it, she and my male colleague will have to make 12 hours shifts to cover for me and I honestly don't want to put them in that situation. But I can't go on like this either.
They found a replacement and I actually trained him. The female colleague today actually said I was one of the best guys she had and that if I want to come back I am always welcome.
all security jobs have high turnover due to highly toxic work environments. Usually, people take those roles for the experience or segway into higher security roles that align with their military or law enforcement background. With that said, if you can handle not having the income then by all means LEAVE ASAP. otherwise, try and hold out just a bit longer and use your frustration as fuel to spruce up your resume and apply like crazy to other jobs where your current skills can be transferable.
All the best to you and use this experience as what to look out for in the next job that you scout for.