Forklift was okay till they lost Home Depot so they layed off I lot of temps and the temps that was left got a 2 dollar pay cut and put on assembly. Needless to say Management don't got a clue on quality and apparently on how to keep customers satisfied.
Very short breaks, Basically working for free pay is so low
Stressful work environment, constantly forced to defend the indefensible to customers will very little support from upper management.
District Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Michigan – October 19, 2017
There is a gaping disconnect from upper management to the people actually in the field. This disconnect makes it very difficult to work effectively and efficiently. The micromanagement grinds any progress to a halt...paralysis by analysis.
Decent pay and benefits
Management has know clue how to do the jobs they are trying to manage.
Line Leader (Current Employee) – Lincolnton, NC – September 30, 2017
I have been a long time employee here and the culture is awful. They hold grudges and like to make examples of people.They treat you like a #. There are some good people here,but most are cut throats. If You have any other place to work(which now there are plenty of jobs) I would NOT come here. If you like a lot of stress this is the place for you.. Most of the management are good as far as supervisors but the upper management is awful and tie the supervisors hands.If you decide to come here just watch your back.
Great place to work, I would recommend this company who needs a job, the only think wrong is that the company hires outside employees when there is a supervisor position if open instead of hiring within.
PRODUCTION WORKER (Current Employee) – Hamlet, NC – July 17, 2017
There is no communication between workers and managers. There is no clear time when you get off work. I get moved to a new to a different department all the time.There are two breaks and ice, drink, and snack machines.
Associate (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 13, 2017
Can become slow paced at times, management is nice. However, they have the worst HR department. They are extremely rude and "too busy" to help with your needs. I would not recommend working here because of the type of people they hire. It is "ghetto."
Management is nice
No Air conditioning on the floor, HR Dept is not your "ideal" HR Dept, slow, you have to earn your PTO
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – June 17, 2017
Good job for a former kitchen and bath designer with retail experience. As a district manager you schedule your sales calls within a local territority. Best part of job is not working in one specific location each day.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lincolnton, NC – June 13, 2017
A typical day at RSI was pretty chaotic. I learned that there are many opportunities to improve old processes. Management is a little rough and they are old school and sometimes hard to change their opinion. The culture is a bit old fashioned. the hardest part of the job would mentally preparing for the chaotic day. The people on the line were the most enjoyable parts of the job
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Nc – May 18, 2017
All right place to work, there is not enough room to advance in the company. The company does not like to give raises. I witnessed management hire lead person's who knew nothing about the company,over those already on the company and had been there for years.
The job is almost always what is expected, some days get chaotic but they are few. Never had truly bad day. The pay could've been better, but they almost always have a full week of work plus overtime opportunists.