Game Attendant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – November 26, 2017
I wasn’t comfortable standing in one place for 12 hours a day and not much costumers played but everyone was really nice but it’s a really slow past job and you get bored and tired of doing nothing but standing
RCS doesn't make sound business decisions. The culture is toxic and competitive. Employee morale is continually an opportunity with this company. They say that they value the employees and that they have "the best team", but then act the opposite.
Human Resources Specialist (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 14, 2018
The owners and the rest of the leadership team really care about their employees. They have an open door policy where they regularly interact with people at all levels. The company is growing, so there are opportunities to advance. Management is open to new ideas and strives to be a best in class employer. Very nice office space with a kitchen fully stocked with tons of snacks and drinks.
Support Contractor for EnEngineering (Former Employee) – Glen Burnie, MD – August 21, 2017
The workload was heavy. They did not provide company vehicles, so using our personal cars in city streets caused wear and tear on them. The mileage compensation does not equate to the damages. We took over other people's jobs and were trained for less than a week with minimal direction. Being a temp made me feel as if I had less worth than the actual employees hired onboard. Not only did the hours fluctuate, we also had to work nights, weekends and overtime without fatiguing. The communication with the company we were contracted with was horrible, and in result caused many issues between employee and client. The temp to hire program was not honored, so I had to request review. Then, upon review, i was denied direct hire due to being bought out by the company that I had been contracted to. Thereafter working hard for an offer, my contract was terminated. Also, the staffing company did not assist when the contract was terminated. None of the managers helped me at all with particular information being provided, nor was sympathetic to my personal needs.
subcontract (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – October 29, 2015
There were long days and a lot of time away from home. Management was good had no problems there. My coworkers were actually my friends before I worked there. The hardest part about the job was being away from home so much with having kids at home. At the same time the most enjoyable thing about the job was getting to travel and see so much.
ASSISTANT LANGUAGE TEACHER, RCS (Former Employee) – JPC – August 19, 2015
My primary duty as an ALT at my Jr. high school was to assist my Japanese English teacher and to deliver lessons in the classroom. I was involved in lesson planning and other language teaching task. I usually took part in three to five classes per day. I enjoyed taking part in after/before school club activities such as sports, calligraphy, and music. I did this so my students can learn more about my culture and to foster international exchange.