You usually meet at the office and they provide travel to and from job sites in company vehicles. They pay you for time traveled after the first hour unless you get hired as a driver. Then they pay you from the time you start driving until you return. They don't compensate you for traveling in your own vehicle. I believe they provide hotel and meals for travel out of state.
Answered - INVENTORY SPECIALIST (Former Employee) - Merrillville, IN
- $9 starting out and can go up to $13.
- 0 to 30 miles you pay out pocket. Anything 30+ miles you travel in a company van and get compensated.
- Out of state travel is compensated.
I received 9 dollars an hour, traveled time was payed for, not gas. Was payed after travelled.
Answered - Inventory (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO
The pay depends on the district you are applying to. Some districts start at 9 or 10 dollars per hour while the lowest ones(savannah, ga) start at 7.50.
If the event is considered local, you will NOT be compensated for any gas, will not get any travel pay, and are expected to drive yourself to the store. A local event is one that is within 0-30 miles (one way) and can vary depending on management at your district.
If the event is outside the 30 mile mark, you will have the option of riding in the company van or driving yourself. You will ONLY receive compensation if you are asked to drive your personal vehicle by management or you ride in the company van longer than one hour. They DO NOT pay you the first hour of riding in the company van. You will be payed at minimum wage for every hour after the 1st there and the 1st back.
You will only receive extra compensation if you stay out of town in a hotel. All compensation will be on your bi - weekly check.
At the present the pay is 9.00 per hour.
Answered - Inventory Associate (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
If I do not have a liscense will I still be able to work here if I have a reliable source of transportation?
If you drive your personal vehicle then you will be compensated for the number of miles (not gas) driven AFTER driving your district's radius (ie: you could live in the next town that is 25 miles away from your district; your district's radius is 50 miles meaning you would have to drive the 25 miles TO your district PLUS the additional 50 miles[to the site where you're working at] which equals out to 75 miles. So the first 75 miles you ARE NOT compensated for, it is whatever comes after that.
If you ride in the company vehicle, you DO NOT get paid for the first 30 minutes of the ride. For every hour after the first 30 minutes you get paid in minimum wage. If the store site is a two-hour drive roundtrip, you will only get paid for one hours worth at minimum wage.
If you can stand, bend & reach with no difficulty but have trouble with stooping down at ground level, can you still work at this job?
I ma not sure if the pay is fixed all across the country but I work for RGIS in South Florida and was hired in at $9 an hour with the opportunity to make up to $13 in the same position based on your performance. You are required to travel to each location and are not compensated for gas or mileage. You are compensated if you elect to drive a company vehicle.If you are traveling in a company vehicle and travel for over an hour, you receive pay for anytime after the first hour. I have never been asked to travel out of state.
Answered - Inventory Auditor (Current Employee) - Fort Myers, FL
It depends on the amount of contracts the company has that week. you could get anywhere from 10-20 hours a week. they only compensate an hour after travel departure. i dont know about the last question.
Answered - Comptroller (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ