Structured, but flexible. Professional AND friendly.
Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Georgia – March 7, 2018
RGI pays its employees well, but if your ONLY goal and desire is money, then RGI is not the company for you. This is a place to grow mentally and professionally. If you're good to the company, then the company will be good to you. It is merit-based, and is fair. They give many benefits to employees, among which is one-hour lunch.
The President founded the company from the bottom up, and continues to work diligently at the front. Although not without shortcomings, he is worthy of respect and is an inspiration; something that many companies lack in this day and age.
I've never seen so many millennials in one company working for more than a year or even two years. That in itself speaks volumes. Structured, but flexible. Professional, but friendly. When considering advancement, age is not that important.
The management doesn't play the passive-aggressive game. If you're messing up, then they'll let you know up-front, and will give you a reasonable number of chances to correct yourself. Not all people have the maturity to handle direct and honest criticism. They are tough, but fair and reasonable.
The most enjoyable part of working here is being able to work closely with people. If you enjoy doing this, then you'll find yourself doing what you enjoy and getting paid for it. Employees are recognized and appreciated for what they do. Advocates (sales reps) have a base pay along with commissions, and can make a considerable amount of money. Management is always looking for talent. Advancement is more common here than in many other companies.
Innovative leadership and generally "young" company. Benefits, flexible lunch, etc.