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Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – December 21, 2017
We go to the client location. We install our equipment, we place the inventory tickets everywhere in the store and we start the job. At the end we walk with the store manager to see if everything had been inventoried. If not we have to find where we missed and we fix it.
Training Supervisor and Team Leader (Current Employee) – Gulfport, MS – March 8, 2018
They lack organization and professional managers. There is a unfortunate lack of communication. The turnover rate is ridiculous. The hours aren’t even close to steady. You can get 20 hours one week and 60 the next.
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 8, 2018
It was tedious work with doing the scanning of the items. Scanner are the old and bulky. You would have to scan every item. Depending the there's what called a blind count and what you scanned must match the number in the system.
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – March 8, 2018
They have flexible scheduling and if you can't make a job they ask you give 24hrs notice.Most of the Management I interacted with were Friendly so that was a plus.Only problem was your hours per week can very a lot .
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – March 7, 2018
The work itself is easy to the point of absurdity: scan and count. I was pregnant during my employment with them and they were extremely accommodating both with my schedule and my physical abilities as my pregnancy progressed. The only major downside, other than the monotony, was the traveling, often at 2 or 3 am and sometimes for 5 or more hours at a time.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – March 5, 2018
this job takes a lot of your time.. i work almost nonstop and have no work/life balance. i have no social life anymore. all i do is work, only to receive mediocre pay and time lost. no benefits for hourly employees. and salary positions are under paid.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 5, 2018
you were on call 24/7 with emails coming in at all times of day and night with an answer expected immediately without regard for the any delays. the compensation was low and the Managers and hourly employees were regarded as expendable by upper management
I overall would not recommend RGIS for the faint of heart or for people not used to standing or walking for their entire shifts. A typical day at work usually consisted of driving to the Lanham office and carpooling to a store in the DMV area. Once we arrived and met up with the person in charge of that event we could get started scanning inventory. The faster you worked, the faster you could go home and the higher your pay rate was. Management was kind of all over the place, though frankly I don't blame them, most employees wouldn't show up to shifts or would call off at the last minute, putting everyone else at a disadvantage. The workplace culture was focused on speed, efficiency, as well as accuracy in completing our work. The hardest part of this job would probably be the hours spent scanning items leads to a very mind-numbing day. The most enjoyable part of the job came from being able to travel to different areas of the DMV.
Get to travel a decent amount
People constantly calling off means more work for everyone else
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – February 27, 2018
My job as the administrative assistant was to schedule inventories, keep files up to date, send out pay roll, contact clients, etc. I enjoyed my time there and saw that the company was loyal to their workers.