I overall would not recommend RGIS for the faint of heart or for people not used to standing or walking for their entire shifts. A typical day at work usually consisted of driving to the Lanham office and carpooling to a store in the DMV area. Once we arrived and met up with the person in charge of that event we could get started scanning inventory. The faster you worked, the faster you could go home and the higher your pay rate was. Management was kind of all over the place, though frankly I don't blame them, most employees wouldn't show up to shifts or would call off at the last minute, putting everyone else at a disadvantage. The workplace culture was focused on speed, efficiency, as well as accuracy in completing our work. The hardest part of this job would probably be the hours spent scanning items leads to a very mind-numbing day. The most enjoyable part of the job came from being able to travel to different areas of the DMV.
Get to travel a decent amount
People constantly calling off means more work for everyone else