RGIS is an acronym for Retail Grocery Inventory Specialist. Early success allowed us to scale our business model and rapidly expand into other sectors. Decades later we have far outgrown our name. RGIS now performs more than 1,400 inventories per day for companies of all types and sizes.
With 34,000 employees and more than 200 offices around the world, we have the resources in the right place to reliably and efficiently complete any project.
Whether you want to work to have extra money to pay bills, or find a rewarding, new career, RGIS is the company for you!
Global market leader needs reliable individuals that find rapid change exhilarating, enjoy flexible hours & schedules, and have a desire to grow in a company that will notice your hard work! RGIS is that company!
RGIS has immediate openings for Retail Merchandisers to work in reset projects for national retail chains. Retail Merchandisers are responsible and accountable for completing the assigned in-store merchandising activities to meet and exceed customer's expectations. A background in retail sales, resets, plan-o-grams, fixture assembly and/or warehouse is preferred.
We have career openings that offer strategic and tactical support to our hourly and management teams across the world.
I have been working at RGIS full-time
This company is wonderful! The management really wants their people to succeed. They will give additional training, encouragement, and incentives to get and retain employees. They foster an environment of friendliness and cooperation that makes going to work a pleasure. That management style filters down to the hourly employee level. All are willing to help the new hires to flourish. Also, this company promotes from within.
Not the most interesting work.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at RGIS (Sacramento, CA) in October 2017.
I applied online and was scheduled for an interview the next week. It is a group interview which they do not tell you ahead of time. You arrive and watch a video. Lots of emphasis on if you have transportation and can travel. I was told my interview would last no more than 90 minutes. It went over that time limit. You have to wait while every candidate gets 1 on 1 interviewed. Then after the interviews you sit and wait for everyone to get finished. When the people were being interviewed 1 on 1, you could hear everything they said, even their social security numbers. The manager emphasized the dress code and professionalism yet they were dressed in jeans and a tshirt and looked very messy/disheveled. This place overall severely lacked professionalism. All the employees and individuals being interviewed just seemed dead inside, very unfriendly and excudes a bad work environment. Work here only as a last resort. You also are expected to travel and commute up to an hour without pay for that time.
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