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I have been working at RGIS part-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Can choose when you can and can't work :) Opportunity for advancement Travel meets (usually to places a few hours away, but others have gone longer distances or even taken a plane) can be fun if you like travel and you get paid travel time minus one hour. Get to visit many different places/ stores and occasionally get a discount. Most supervisors are reasonable and just want you to do your best. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger!
You're expected to go fast but be accurate. They say accuracy is their primary concern, but those who are faster are the ones who get a raise, and once in a while the "faster" ones will cut corners and be less accurate out of fear of being demoted. It's unfair to people like me who aren't as fast but focus on doing the job right. Some people are fast and accurate though. Job duties are usually tedious Irregular hours, at night, no way of knowing exactly how long the store will take. A "local" store could be 45 min. away but you don't get reimbursed for gas/travel time unless it's a travel store (where someone else drives).
Advice to Management
Accuracy should be your primary concern, but it isn't if people get paid more just for having a higher APH. And people should have to fix the areas that they messed up on but that's not always the case.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at RGIS.
Received an email for a very brief in person interview. Was basically hired on the spot as they probably hire anyone who is dumb enough to show up for one of their interviews. Was given a date to report to a "training" session and told what type of uniform was required.
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RGIS employees count inventory for customers, primarily large retailers but also manufacturers, using scanners that send information to a computer system at RGIS headquarters. It also provides data collection and store optimization services. The company operates from facilities throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico, as well as in the Asia/Pacific region, Europe, the Middle East, and South America; it has more than 400 offices worldwide. Investment firm The Blackstone Group owns a controlling stake in RGIS, which was founded in 1958.