OSU is good at sucking people in with their "benefits." Don't expect to advance unless you are an admin and even then you must fit the right demographic. The benefits get cut a little every year and the raises for outstanding employees is up to 2%. 2% from a university that pulls in 100's of millions is pathetic especially if the job is under 100k, which almost all are.
The administration here seems to forget that they are part of a state institution that exists to serve the taxpayer and students. They have gotten caught up in their own little world where they think they are untouchable and the way departments are run demonstrate this i.e. jobs are given to friends rather than more qualified individuals and people that think the right way are given a free pass to be lazy.
If you have drive and work ethic go somewhere that will pay you for your efforts. The mindset here is that individuals don't matter as long as the collective looks like it is doing enough to keep winning grants.
If you are a staff member, you will need to familiarize yourself with Title IX since you will be required to file a report if you see two freshman making out or holding hands because one of them may have not consented. This is not a joke, micro-aggressions, thought police, militant diversity (not of thought of course), intrinsic bias are all very real here and you will be expected to be in lock step with the prevailing ideology.
Nice campus and libraries
Everything is very expensive on campus