- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Rural Sourcing (More than a year)
RSI believes in its core values and tries to do them every day. We provide jobs to many people right out of college and give them a chance to learn and grow.
We do very good work for very good customers.
We sometimes don't know how some decisions are made or how some things end up.
Did we get a certain contract?
How and why did that person end up on my project?
.Why is HR involved in so many things?
Who does what for which Customer isn't really their business is it?
Do they have to approve everything other departments do?
How do I grow here?
There is a lot of difference between my manager and some other managers.
I don't remember the last time my manager set my goals.
Advice to Management
Train the managers better and let them do their job.
Let the local leader be the leader, don't try to do the job from HQ.
Make sure that what you've got is working before trying to do anything more.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Rural Sourcing (Augusta, GA) in February 2019.
I originally was contacted for a Database position, but the project landed at a different location. I had an phone interview, then an in-person interview with a member of the cultural ambassador team and a member of the database department. I then took a 60 minute (timed) technical assessment. Everyone was very professional, and welcoming. I was called back for a different position after the project landed at a different location, and repeated the process with the exception that the assessment (again, 60 minutes) was given online and I took it in the comfort of my own home. I had an in-person interview with two members of the team, who were also very welcoming. Very nice people, stress-free interview environment.