Assistant Team Lead II (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 26, 2017
go in early to print out schematics. Make sure you have all equipment order at store. at the end of the day make sure reset was done as schematic asked for. Worked in new items and double checked items that were discountinue. Everything we do is timed so have to make sure work is due in timely matter. Once done do store walk with management to check work that was done.
we get breaks every 3hrs idepending how many hours we work that day
depending how much work we have we may not work 40hrs aweek
Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Livermore, CA – December 19, 2017
I was doing conversions on the travel team. Pretty great. They pay for your hotel room, plus drive time, mileage, and a daily food reimbursement. We only worked 3 days a week with Tuesdays and Wednesdays off, meaning wherever we were staying that week, we got to explore and enjoy the scenery on our days off...
Get Paid to travel
Wear and tear on your vehicle from driving so far.
it is a very nice parttime job to have. It will keep you busy and the people are very nice
Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 19, 2017
This job keeps you very busy and the people are nice. I actually love it, I just wish that it had more hours and benefits. Learning new things and kind of working on your own is good. you have people there that help you but it is also nice to be on your own unless you need help
Remodeling Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 19, 2017
If you are willing to work changing shifts and abnormal hours, the pay is definitely worth it. A typical day is stocking shelves mainly, cleaning, stooping, lifting, and lots of walking. Management is pretty good, always giving pep-talks before the job of the day starts. You must be willing to travel. The hardest part was traveling often to different sites, as well as getting used to being on my feet 7 1/2 hours for 5 days a week. The most enjoyable part were the pep-talks.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Salinas, CA – December 4, 2017
The worst company ever!!! I was told i was hired filled out all paperwork told my current job that i was leaving. Then a week before my start date they called me and said that there was no work for me and that they couldnt hire me. Dont waist your time with this company!!
Asst. Lead Merchandiser Maui (Current Employee) – California and Hawaii – December 4, 2017
Micromanaged is an undestatement and there not looking to change. If you want to have a position where your under paid by industry standards and emailed for everything you do and not compensated for everything they expect of you on your time, this may be the job.
Remodel crew lead (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA 94551 – December 1, 2017
pending on the manager in charge depend on if you started right away. The stores we were resetting where not much help either at times. The co workers didn't always like new people that KNEW what they were doing from previous jobs, especially when the main boss didn't care for that person.
Merchandise Resets/ Logistics (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 23, 2017
First of all, there is no loyalty to the employees that have been working for RMSI for years, There are no pay raises, but new hires get hired at $1-$2 more, there is no overtime, there are no benefits (unless your corporate). If your lucky, you get paired with someone who can take the time to help you get started, but there are set times that the set you're working on has to be done by and if and when time gets short , the supervisors get nasty and pushy. It gets stressful and that makes matters worse. Also, one word......nepotism and discrimination! If you don't know someone on the inside...... good luck!