Mentor job position (Former Employee) – Columbus, Ohio – April 9, 2014
The Columbus office offers very poor pay for part time employees but does not want to hire individuals full time. Gives very vague answers for their decision to not hire full time even though part time job was offered.
Worker (Former Employee) – Berea, OH – December 20, 2017
OG is a great place when you are starting out as a newer worker. The schedule is flexible and you have the ability to work different times of day or weekends. The service area is quite large and you could have cases in several different counties which can be frustrating. Case loads can be high and since it is an entry level position there is a lot of turnover which causes additional cases to be assigned to seasoned workers. Productivity and meeting mandates can be challenging when case loads are high. While OT is not discouraged, it was rarely recorded as OT increased productivity hours which were mandatory. Staff was supportive and there is opportunity for advancement. Salary is quite low however and not very competitive. Insurance was a high deductible plan and while we didn't pay for treatment, bills were quite expensive.
advancement, flexibility, supportive staff
low pay, insurance can be pricey, low PTO, high productivity and case loads.