Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – January 24, 2017
manager sam is Awsome. He is helpful to new employees and play very much positive role on each team under him. i appreciate the work has been done towards the project and i miss the place and my cabin.
Overall a realy fun place to work! Everyone very helpful and willing to pull extra weight when needed.
Health & Rehab - Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – September 20, 2016
Like the policies and procedures. Everything made good sense there. Management was eager to step in and help when necessary. The staff was all flexible and very knowledgable. Lots of fun things for the residence to do and always trying to keep everyone active.
Loyalty Care Agent (Current Employee) – Pickering, ON – August 20, 2016
Have only been with Rogers for almost 3 months, but it is a great place to work. The staff are all very friendly, welcoming and willing to help with any questions that you have. There is plenty of room to advance which is definitely a bonus.
Internal Audit / Accounting Special Projects (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – April 20, 2016
A quarry / asphalt / and paving company that was been in business over a 100 years. A well known and well respected company in the industry. RGI is still finding ways to grow in a steady recession proof industry.
Laid back atompshere with no managment expertise in anyfields
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, CT – April 18, 2016
Had three breaks very laid back place to work . It was union so did not matter how hard you worked in the end it was by seniority. what your job came down to. It had a high school atompoishere if one person hated you evey one hated you.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – February 29, 2016
A typical day would be operating a printing press for 8-12 hours printing electroluminescent lamps. If you wee sweating or working hard something wasn't going right. They sent me to China to train the workforce there! Chance of a lifetime!!!
Customer Care Professional (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 10, 2016
As the job was based at home there's a time that you will feel bored as you only see yourself in your place and the equipment that you need to use. You can be able to talk to you co-workers only in the chat room made for us employees.
No work life balance. Weak management. No advancement.
Manager, Media Operations (Former Employee) – 545 Lakeshore Ave. – October 16, 2015
Unfortunately, not many positive things come to mind to write. Lost my hiring manager a year into my service. The new manager not supportive at all. No advancement was on the horizon. The manager listened to hearsay and used that to manage vs. checking and looking for facts. Caused numerous issues with staff and the department.
Good penssion plan. Stock options and 50% discount on Rogers bill
Found people very resistant to change, did not want to change their ways, They were using outdated and problematic softwares.
manager (Former Employee) – ontario – October 6, 2014
-horrible dishonest company to work for -hr dictates to upper management what to say and not to say and how to treat employees -hr uses coercion and intimidation behind closed doors to make managers quit during their downsizing in 2009/10 in the video division in order to save thousands of dollars in severance pay and bonuses when the company knows which stores they are closing -seen area managers act unprofessionally during store visits -hr uses audits illegally and in a corrupt manner to suspend or fire employees without any "reason" -head office uses progessive dismissals very underhandedly -human rights commission should investigate
Electronics Assembler (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – August 13, 2014
soldered components onto flex circuitry. how to use an automated conveyor machine. Management was ok and so were my coworkers the hardest part of the job was the hours and the enjoyable part was learning to solder.
Caretaker (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – April 29, 2014
The two young boys were a joy to care for. The youngest was 5 months old when I started with the family and he was 19 months when I left. The oldest was 21 months when I started and almost three when I left. The hardest part of the job was the mothers unreasonable expectations. I was given 15 minutes notice on when I was needed to work and was ostracized when I couldn't rearrange my schedule last minute to fit hers. Ultimately the limit hours were not enough.
Amazing little boys
no benefits, not enough hours, not steady enough work