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RTG has the worst company culture I’ve ever seen in a company with respect to its drivers. They force the drivers to carry $10 million in coverage. That’s $180 a week in insurance taken out of your check. Your deductible is $2500. They take $100 a week for a bond until it reaches $2k for shuttle drivers and $4k for home delivery drivers. For shuttle drivers they pay $1.25 per mile but nothing for unloading the trailers. They only pay $.06 cents per mile fuel surcharge and eliminate it when fuel cost drop. They will push all drivers constantly to work over there DOT hours. There is no accountability accept towards the drivers. The trucks are ancient high mileage trucks, if you decided to lease. The trucks have been leased over and over. There are no benefits. RTG aka Southeast Independent Delivery Service Inc doesn’t care about the drivers. You are all expendable. Highest turnover I’ve seen in any job I’ve ever held. Avoid at all cost.

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20% off regular sales price, but not on items that are being sold off the floor. Depending on what region you work in, it my be approved in a few hours or weeks.

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That's funny. I was also offered a position on paper after 10 min interview in brookshire. Went to take drug test immediately after interview got home with email saying sorry not offering you the position anymore. I asked why and they stated " we mailed you a copy as to why". Lol? Still never got a letter been 6 months. Thanks rooms to go. Real classy

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The interview was low key and a resume was not required

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Persistence and confidence is key

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It had an expensive Blue cross health care plan

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Depends on the region. I went from RTG dress code to a stricter "regional" dress code.

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I work in Rtg, tattoos are acceptable, trust me, I got a few, been there for years

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It was hard to show up everyday toward the end.

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At a office

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