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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.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Kernersville, NC – August 17, 2018
RGIS it okay, but the timing is not appropriate I mean you have to wake up one o'clock in the morning, or two o'clock in the morning. Some of employees they've been very disrespectful and also the district manager.
This is a part-time job. The hours are sporadic. You could have 40 hours a week or zero. The job location is always a mess. Every manager is incredibly unorganized. You are paid based on speed, yet they expect 100% accuracy. Bad design.
RGIS is a very fast paced company. Taking inventory is a very tedious task but it has to be done. There seems to be a good amount of employee turnover. The managers work hard to get everyone in and out as quickly as possible while also being accurate when it comes to counting the inventory. If you work hard, it does not go unnoticed. It is easy to move up in ranking but there is somewhat of a low ceiling.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Fillmore, CA – August 14, 2018
Their training was almost nonexistent. They hired a crew trainer who has never worked for this company before and didn't even know how to turn on the equipment. When i became a team leader they gave me laptop and showed me how to download and transmit my stores then sent me on my way. I never got office keys so i had to coordinate with the manager times to show up to the office to get and return equipment and she was on average 30 minutes late. The company was very into micro managing and requested i stop my work every hour so i can send a report to show the progress my team hand made and didn't let me use my judgment with sending people home and as a result audits took longer then they needed to be and i became late to my other audits that day. there was no consistent work schedule, each week you could have no work to up to 60 hours and you never received a schedule until hours before the schedule came in effect.
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – August 13, 2018
Inventory specialists travel every stores to count the stocks in each restaurant. So, one must have a reliable personal car. However, if the location of a store is more than 41 miles, then you are given an option to ride in the company van. This job is a competitive job for me. The payment is hourly. But in order for you to get a promotion, you must have a high performance in stock counting.
Time flexible, can be used as a side job.
Irregular schedule, fast paced job, irregular work time
Auditor (Former Employee) – Blackwood, NJ – August 13, 2018
I loved working for RGIS I had a super team leader and team manager I was under. I only wish they had team buses that we could get on to get too the job sites, if they had I'd probably still be working for them today !
The job was never boring ! Loved my fellow workers !
I had to use my personal vehicle to get to the jobs, so the wear & tear and the gas prices were to much on my budget !
Good place to work and room to advance in a growing company that's worldwide
Top Gun Auditor/New Supervisory (Current Employee) – Alexandria, VA – August 12, 2018
Very busy at the beginning of the year but not much work at the end of the year because of holiday season. Overall there are plenty of opportunities for advancement and is a growing company worldwide. I have learned a lot about myself and the you're offered to work around a variety of different clients from different companies. The hardest part of the job is not being able to make everyone happy due to inventory results. The most enjoyable part of the job is it has been very easy to develop healthy work relationships with the people I work with.
Every one out for themselves - especially upper mgrs
Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) – Southern California – August 8, 2018
No structure in company No training Shady people - rgis employees steel from customer "cvs" Shady upper mgrs - when reported employee theft incident to upper mgr DMM - dmm sweeped it under the rug . Rgis upper mgrs embarrassment to retail
No morales & no ethics within company
Everyone out for themselves - no morales & no ethics
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – Alhambra, CA – August 6, 2018
I had to learn how to work with a 10 key. The 10 key works and funtions. I also learned how to count the number of items in different stores That's anywhere from a book store too a clothing store or even a story like Walmart. Some time when we would count the number of products they would have to be after the store would be closed and others would have us come in and count with the customer shopping. The overtime they would be willing to offer us was if you counted 3 or more of the store a day. Then you would get twice want you would make doing one or two of the store's.
Great pay people to work with.
If the job were small then you could get into doing, 3;or more in a day's time.