- R G I S Inventory Specialists03.Feb 2016
Suggestions for improvement
- Employees should be paid partially by length of service, like most companies do. If you somehow last one year at RGIS, (small miracle) employees should get a pay raise based on length of service. There should not be such a priority to work as fast as you can to make your numbers so you don't get a pay cut. RGIS has a turnstile workforce where employees come and go at a high attrition rate. You would keep employees if you treated them like valued employees rather than constantly hiring new, inexperienced people.
What I like about the company
Flexible scheduling. You can take time off when you want. Employees can pick the time of day and what day they are available to inventory stores.
What I dislike about the company
Upper management treats its employees like prisoners and runs its inventories like sweat shops. Management constantly threatens to fire employees if they don't work fast or accurately enough. Management kicks its employees out of stores if they make mistakes or don't make their numbers and go fast enough. If you don't scan so many items per hour, you will get a pay cut and a demotion to a lower level. Employees frequently travel out of town at odd hours of the night to do jobs. It ruins your sleep habits since you are getting up at 3 am one day and returning home at 5 am another day. You don't get paid for a lot of down time and travel time. For example, if you inventory a Target store and it takes 4 1/2 hours, the total time for traveling, waiting, working and returning might be 8 to 9 hours. You only get paid for 4 1/2 hours.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyR G I S Inventory Specialists
- CitywASHINGTON, PA.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016