Inventory Clerk (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 19 December 2017
At RGIS I have learned to help coordinate coworkers and to complete the task at hand to the best of my ability. Safety is always their top priority and any workplace disputes are resolved promptly. The aspect that I enjoy most about working with RGIS is the ability to work as a team and to build strong relationships with my coworkers, employers and our customers.
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 19 February 2018
I actually enjoyed the job ,it's fun lots of counting...we travelled a lot, to different cities, provinces.i learned more to be organized,accurate and interpersonal skills level up. we work lots of stores mostly at the malls.the hardest part of this job is redo your work when there's a discrepancy and theres no benefit at all. And the worst part I had is, I felt I was discriminated when I was dismissed for a reason that everyone's problem while working with this job. its a major and basic problem to all workers, "batching":(
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 5 February 2018
This was one of my first job when I recently moved to this city, I must say that its a nice environment to work at, you work at your on pace but you do get better and better with the time (faster). All employees are friendly.
Inventory Clerk (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 28 October 2017
RGIS is a very professional inventory management company. I love the team leaders, they are great. Patient and helpful, very nice guys. Coworkers are great as well. And I love travel out of the town to do inventory.
Auditor, Team Leader (Part-time) (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 29 September 2017
The work schedule is flexible as you get a new one every two weeks. But you may be required to work from 6:00 am in the morning till noon or 9:00 pm in the evening till midnight. Lots of traveling will be involved if you agreed to travel outside the city from which decent amount of over time pay can be gained.
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 25 September 2017
the company is a good one to work for. You got to see a lot of different cities and got payed well. I got a full time job so i left the company. The staff that you worked with are very nice to work with
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 4 September 2017
What I loved about this job was that it was something different everyday but still the same thing. I loved the people that I worked with and my direct manager.
However I did not like the uncertainty of the job. You never knew what you were walking into, or how many staff members you would have, or if they would show up and work, or how long your shift was going to be because you stayed until it was done, regardless of how long that was. There are times that I have worked 23 days in a row without a day off, I had to work 23 hours in a row, and got 8 hours of sleep in only 4 days. The truly sad part is that we are just expected to do it, or made to feel guilty if we can not, and told that those who could not do it are weak or entitled.
préposé inventaire de magasins (Former Employee) – Rimouski, QC – 25 August 2017
J'ai peu travaillé chez RGIS en raison des demandes de magasins . J'ai aimé ce travail par contre. je suis capable de travailler seul. J'étais sur Appel malheureusement donc difficile prévoir activités.
Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 July 2017
RGIS is an inventory management company which has many external client for conducting their store inventory and dollar valuation & has a bunch of clients like Walmart, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sears, Old Navy and many clothing & retail stores. Their work is very simple which includes scanning of product barcodes, covering the store shelf by shelf, working with other team members & team leaders.The best thing to work with this company is that you can choose work according to your availability and is a good part time job for earning additional income. Typically shifts are 4-6 hours, carpools are available for employees, managers are very cooperative with team members and is a hassle free job.
Flexible Working Hours, Relaxed Job Environment
Working Hours very short, Very few shifts available
Counting inventory often avoids opening hours as much as possible so most jobs start at 6:00AM or 6:00PM. Also, most jobs are out of town so you usually start the day by driving for about an hour and a half. You usually have half a team of fast counters and the other half slow counters. Working alongside people is what made it enjoyable but having to search for tickets in harder to reach places made the job longer and more tiring (kneeling and crouching)
paid for the driving except for the first 36 minutes