Being an Inventory Auditor is a job for anyone who likes to work at a fast pace and is good with numbers, which I am. I enjoyed my time with RGIS. The job was easy for someone like me who is able to work fast while being accurate. These two aspects of the job allowed one to advance in the company. This made for a competitive work place, yet during my time at RGIS that competitive drive did not create tension between employees. My fellow employees came from all over the Orange County area, so there was a diverse work force. The management was well organized and efficient. The only real draw backs to the job were the hours and drive. The hours depended on a given store we were hired to do their inventory. So either you worked at any given hour early in the morning or late at night. This made for an inconsistent schedule. The other down side was that you had to drive all over Orange County and surrounding areas, which at times ate up a lot of gas. However, since everyone was on good terms with each other it was easy to find someone to car pool with, that is if both of you were working at the same time and place. Overall, RGIS was a good company to work for, very efficient with potential for one to advance.
Plenty of opportunities to advance
Varying hours and location