In a depleted economy, people may have to accept any job they find. Some people may have too much pride to work for an employer they don’t respect. Either way, everyone should research the habits of their employer so they know what to expect. Whether you’re a job seeker who’s looking for information concerning RGIS, a present auditor who feels he or she is overemphasizing your exasperation for your district, or a past auditor who’s interested in what RGIS is doing nowadays, these are five of the most influential websites to find reviews and testimonies regarding RGIS. For your convenience, I’ve included a link to each website at the conclusion of this article.
Best Website with RGIS information: Tales of a RGIS Auditor
Tales of a RGIS Auditor (TOARGISA) is the most influential website for RGIS testimonies and reviews. Since December of 2005, TOARGISA has been the home of hundreds of job seekers and past and present RGIS auditors to discuss their personal experiences with working for the inventory service mammoth.
The blog’s owner, The Misfit, was most active in 2006. Since then, he’s run out of material from when he worked with RGIS. This doesn’t mean the blog is inactive, however; hundreds of visitors still comment about their experiences with the company. The Misfit also updates his comments sections whenever they start getting lengthy. Occasionally, he’ll remember another disaster that occurred under RGIS’s watch.
If you only research one website, you must review Tales of a RGIS Auditor. With so many reviews from outside sources, dozens of fascinating testimonies from The Misfit, and nearly five years of information pertaining to RGIS, you’ll become more knowledgeable than the RGIS auditors who receive no training before starting their first assignment (at least, they didn’t train at my site).
Indeed.com is a metasearch engine for job listings. However, they have an active forum topic concerning RGIS that extends to 420 replies. Indeed as respondents from various districts across the country on the pros and cons of working at RGIS. There’s also active discussion about the future court battle that RGIS will be fighting because of their presumed negligence toward auditors.
JobVent is a website where frustrated employees can express their dissatisfaction toward their employer. The benefit of JobVent is that it’s done in secrecy; unless you give yourself out in your review, employers will be unable to prove that it’s you.
Currently, RGIS’s user approval rate is just over 25%. It is rated negatively in every category. These categories include location, work/life balance, and respect. Since it’s Job”Vent,” you might expect skewed results.
The most glaring element of Glassdoor is that as of this writing, Paul Street’s CEO approval rating is 0% after 13 user reviews. Glassdoor is basically a less detailed and less active JobVent. The reviews include pros, cons, and advice to senior management.
I worked at RGIS for approximately three weeks and wrote about my experience. I’ve covered my disapproval of their APH system, traveling expectations, a neutral outlook of the positives and negatives of working with RGIS, and a memoir concerning safety concerns from incapable carpool drivers. These articles are meant to be informative, entertaining, and give an unbiased, fair commentary about RGIS.
Good luck with your job search, and enjoy working for RGIS if you so choose.
Tales of a RGIS Auditor
Links to my testimonies