Pros: Hourly wage.
Cons: Late hour, attempt to make job your Life.
A typical day working at RGIS.
Waking up at all hours of the night and morning, if you don't have much to do in your day working for RGIS is great. You can get rides to and from job sites, getting minimum wage by the hour of driving. Sometimes the store isn't fully prepped, sometimes it flows by like nothing. Overall, in my opinion, I liked RGIS. Not only was a very good at my job, it was pretty laid back for the most part, but when it came time to being on the clock, the fast pace environment was pretty refreshing. I've learned a lot of patience with this job, because it can being very tedious. Management was crazy sometimes, either is was lack of machines or lack of workers. I don't think there was a lot of communication in the Management side of the job. The hardest part of my job would be the amount of strain on your body and mind. Waking up at 2 in the morning to take detailed inventory of items on shelves or on the floor. This job definitely takes a toll on your back. On the other hand, the most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know a few good people. Sometimes the van rides would take hour, so all you could do is get to know each other. Some people were hard to get used to, but when you find that one other employee to get along with makes the ride even better.