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Expert Auditor Interview (Neutral Experience)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at RGIS.
Interview Details – Easy. They ask you questions that are said in any interview. They also administer a math test since it is an inventory company. Basic math is essential. What else can i say. I think they didnt even tell me what RGIS stands for. But yeah, the interview is easy. Just sell yourself and you have the job.
Interview Question – Nothing. Its kool Answer Question
Inventory Taker Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at RGIS in March 2014.
Interview Details – The hiring and interview process is simple, not has formal as expected, and straight forward in terms of what the job entails. The day of the interview I was hired and started work two to three days later. It was simple however, people try to make it as hard as possible because of fear of competition. That's the bottom of the Line.
Interview Question – The day of the interview I was hired and started work two to three days later. It was simple however, people try to make it as hard as possible because of fear of competition. That's the bottom of the Line. View Answer
Administrative Assistant Part-Time Interview (Negative Experience)
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at RGIS in December 2013.
Interview Details – Highly unprofessional interviewer. I arrived and the interviewer was laying on a couch texting. She was completely unprepared, she didn't even have my application information. She didn't ask a lot of questions because she was unprepared, and seemed more interested in her phone than actually conducting an interview. I've heard bad things about this company after I applied mostly from low level employees, apparently this extends to their district offices, too. Luckily I didn't waste too much gas in driving to this poor excuse for a company. It possibly one of the worst job interview I've ever had.
Part-time Inventory Taker Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at RGIS in January 2014.
Interview Details – Responded to internet job board posting. Was contacted next day for next day interview, was told to bring 2 forms of identification. I got there and there was a couple other candidates in a room at a table, where we eventually watched a DVD with the hiring person who paused it after each section about travel, safety, benefits and salary, duties, etc. It wasn't that bad of a job, and I learned that it was basically all shifts which started at 9-10pm, or 5-6am, and you travel up to 50 miles from the location of the office without reimbursement. Ok, commercial shopping stores of different types and what not. He said several times how it is considered "part-time" because the hours fluctuate and the hours are "flexible" because your schedule changes on a bi-weekly basis. If the advertisement says flexible hours, realize that they expect you to be fully available for day and night shifts and not to have schedule conflicts. After the video there was a one-on-one interview- I was thinking I might not have availability for a couple shifts per week but that overall I had a lot of availability. I made the mistake of telling him this and he decided not to make me an offer. Just know if you go in there that you have to not have any scheduling problems and just say Yes I'm available and No I have no conflicts, otherwise they will not hire you.
Interview Question – What is your availability like? This is not an unexpected question, but I didn't expect it to make or break my receiving a job offer. View Answers (2)
Inventory Auditor Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I interviewed at RGIS in January 2013.
Interview Details – Quick, boot camp training and you learn more in each store.
Interview Question – How to make more money? Batching allow you increase your personal count for each store but you can be fire doing the task. I'm trying to answer the question. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
Inventory Taker Interview (Negative Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online - interviewed at RGIS in February 2013.
Interview Details – Went to Lancaster, PA office for an interview one month ago. I spent 45 minutes filling out paperwork and watched a brief video about what RGIS inventory takers do. The lady didn't introduce herself and didn't ask any me questions. She said she would get back to me, which she has yet to do. I have tried calling several times and no one will answer the phone. (Maybe the place is no longer in business.) I am worried what they might do with the personal information on the paperwork I filled out and I feel like I wasted my time. I don't want anyone else to make the same mistake I did.
Very Difficult Interview
Inventory Taker Auditor - US - Dist 477 - Greenville, SC Interview (Negative Experience; Very Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at RGIS in July 2012.
Interview Details – After receiving the automated email inviting me to an interview, I wasn't quite sure how to proceed, there was no phone number just a short invitational message. When I had followed the link to their Scheduling Center, I found that the had just four interview slot and they were for the next day at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm. So I made my choice which took me to yet another page, I immediately received two emails one called "Appointment Confirmed" and the other called "Appointment Soon" all three stating the very same thing. They had the address and a set of direction to the site, the directions didn't even pertain to where I would be coming from not to mention they didn't even make sense. When I finally found the address, I then had to figure out where the office was which by pure luck I went the right way the first time. I found the office and parked but the door was locked, there was no signs of anyone even being there, and I knocked on the door for 20 minutes, I waited around for a half hour then I left. Non of the correspondences had a phone number that I could call if I ran into trouble finding the place, they did give me the opportunity to reschedule my appointment if I needed to but that was only via the internet and by now I would only be able to do that was over an hour after the originally scheduled appointment. The interview process according the the correspondences was supposed to last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes.
Interview Question – Why is the door front locked? Where is the Receptionist? View Answer
Very Easy Interview
Inventory Specialist Interview (Neutral Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at RGIS in January 2010.
Interview Details – Waited in the waiting room for quite a while then saw a video about the companies expectations, goals, etc. Then a one on one interview.
Interview Question – What days can you work? Answer Question
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