District Manager (Current Employee), Mesa, AZ – April 10, 2014
o Manage sales plan for 60 big box retail locations in three states. o Met and worked with Home Depot and Lowes RMM, DM’s and store managers to establish open lines of communication for all Sales and merchandising needs. o Met with store management to create new opportunities for our product line. o Train and conduct product knowledge classes for Home – more... Depot and Lowes associates. o Worked with Home Depot and Lowes service teams to insure merchandising standards are maintained. o Conducted in-home customer inspections o Ordered and maintained POS and POP material. o Interact with customers, showing customer the features and benefits of our products. o Conduct weekend sales events. – less
Convenient place to work. Excellent for beginning careers. Great Stepping stone.
Senior A/P Specialist (Current Employee), Anaheim, CA – February 22, 2013
Pros: cool people
Cons: no promotional opportunities, no movement for growth, low pay increases, minimal to no advancement
Day to day duties do not change for my position. There is no challenge or skill testing. I was very experienced when I joined this company so my skill level has been mostly lateral. Management involves very friendly and nice folks but an overhaul is necessary. There needs to be more interest in what each desk is doing and more streamlining with managers – more... processes and decision making. My teammates are ideal and easy to get along with. My favorite part of my job are my co-workers, they make the environment pleasant. – less
Line Lead (Former Employee), Maiden/Lincolnton, NC – July 5, 2012
Pros: overtime was abundant if you wanted it, and job security was there if you were a hard worker.
Cons: just read my review. i think i covered them thoroughly.
compensation/benefits: I was lied to about the pay I would receive for the position. When I received my first check, I was being paid more than a dollar less an hour than promised, and HR would do nothing to fix this issue. culture/values: The employees that worked in the department made most days bearable. The companies culture and values were strictly – more... based on the bottom dollar and not the welfare of their employees. job security/advancement: If you are a hard worker, you never have to worry about losing your job. I never once thought I would be without a check. The opportunities for advancement were limited. I did work my way to line lead, but was never given any compensation for the increase of my responsibilities. management: The management was a revolving door, and they never seemed to promote from within. In one year, I went through 6 or 7 different supervisors. Most of the supervisors quit. I do not remember any getting fired if that tells you anything. work/life balance: If you want overtime, it is to be had. My department was mandated to working 6 days a week. We did not work the same hours every week. Some weeks we worked 6, 8 hour shifts, some weeks we worked 6, 10 hour shifts, and some weeks we worked 6, 12 hour shifts. I really had no family life because of the job.
I worked there as long as I could stand to. Many of my friends worked there as well as some family members. They also left as soon as possible. I would never recommend taking a position at the particular plant I worked at. – less
Process Improvement Production Supervisor (Former Employee), Lincolnton, NC – March 18, 2012
By design a place to work if you are illiterate of cannot speak english. Worker's Compsnsation claims shielded by hiring temporary employment and using the agency as a liason for claims. Fair to poor quality product due to lack of good training and constant push for production regualrdless of outcome.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Anaheim, CA – December 11, 2011
Pros: health and long-term financial benefits, company sponsored lunches for meetings, holidays, etc.
Cons: short lunch breaks
Managers, supervisors, and other department heads at RSI Home Products are productive, efficient and fair. Every employee is happy, hard-working and work well together as a team. The working areas from cubicals to the warehouse are clean, organized, pleasant and uplifting. Compensation and benefits are very generous. It is genuily a pleasure and a privilege – more... to work for such a warm environment. – less
Trabajo intenso, inestable volumen de ventas causa una alta rotación ( Es algo típico de este tipo de empresas)
Superintendente de Manufactura (Former Employee), Tijuana, BCN – February 7, 2013
Pros: trabajo intenso
Cons: inestable volumen de ventas
Un típico de producción en RSI inicia en llegar temprano ser el ejemplo , revisión de la maquinaria , personal, materiales y métodos disponibles para la obtención de los métricos de seguridad primero cero accidentes, excelente calidad , eficiencia mayor al 98% y aplicación de mejoras continuas al proceso. El personal es muy aplicado en la búsqueda de – more... la obtención de los métricos. El personal de soporte como Ingeniera , Q.A, Materiales ,Compras, RH. son gente comprometida con su labor.
Lo mas difícil es la adaptación del personal a los cambios de volúmenes de producción altos, bajos ,altos.
Es un proceso retador donde se tiene que aprender y adaptarse rápido. – less
Tecnico Electromecanico (Current Employee), Tijuana, BCN – December 1, 2012
Cons: no hay permisos de descazos o son muy escazos
Tengo un horario de Jueves a domingo de 7pm a 6:20 am, me gusta mi trabajo por esa razon lo disfruto aunque el ambiente con algunos compañeros y supervisores sea muy breve, la razon, no les gusta arreglar las cosas al 100% dicen solo "carroseela", mi gerente suele decir cuando arreglo algo, por eso no compran partes nuevas por que usted todo lo quiere – more... arreglar, aprendi que todos en el departamento creen que su razón es la más razonable, encontre 101 formas de usar las palancas de 1a,2a,3a clase. y las MAXIMAS "si no le gusta las puertas estan bien amplias" – less