I suspect you actually do work for OT...LOL.
I have mixed feelings about them, I did several assignments for them including one that lasted 9 months.
It kept getting extended because I was doing a great job.
I found them to be somewhat disorganized. For example I had to go interview for one assignment which I did and was told by OT that I was the one selected.
I showed up the following week only to be told by the employer that the start date was pushed back a week. I was livid(although I said nothing to the company). OT forgot to tell me.
They offered to pay me for half the day, which was fine, but then forgot about it. So I had to say something to finally get the money.
On the 9 month assignment I was told the rate of pay was $18 an hour, after I got my first check it was clearly $16 an hour.
When I called the office manager she told me she thought it was $18 as well but I needed to talk to the one called me originally. She bold face lied to me and said it was $16( I know what I was told).
Had she just said "I made a mistake, I'm sorry", I wouldn't have minded. But don't lie about it, now you're insulting someone's intelligence.
Their offices are staffed with twenty something know it alls who actually know very little about professional behavior.
They're not the worst but they're not the best either.
I did about four assignments that lasted from two months up to nine months and they were lucky to have me as I always got high marks.
But they were not proactive. I always had to ask the employer is the assignment being extended. I would then tell OT.
A temp shouldn't be doing that. They should be telling you by the end of the week if is continuing.
When you're college educated and have been in the workforce for several years it is frustrating to have to deal with kiddies playing dress up in an office. Who don't have a clue as to how business should be done.