Pre-Closer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 12, 2018
Management isn’t supportive of their employees. They have their favorites and are cut throat. There is absolutely no room for advancement for people of color. Employees are overworked and underpaid. They try to compensate by offering some overtime, free lunches, a yearly holiday bonus and small gifts . STAY AWAY!
Free Lunches, Holiday bonus
Poor pay, bad management, non-suppoortive HR Dept, No advancement
Processor (Current Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 20, 2018
Heavy flow of work and not enough staff to spread out the work.Training wasn't good due to trainers not knowing their job.Lack of support and understanding from management. The benefits is good and the free lunches are great. The hardest part of the job is feeling like it is no help nor enough knowledgeable enough people to properly help and train how to do the job correctly. Then as issues arise everyone is blaming the other instead of training everyone how to do things the way the company wants things to be done. This can cause stress and emotional distress. The most enjoyable is the free lunches.
Free lunch here and there
management, training, support, work load, advancement
Escrow Department (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 6, 2018
I disliked working at OS National. The HR Department gossips too much about the employees, very disrespectful to the workers and if they find out your leaving the company you better have a new job in place first beforehand and don't list them for any references because they are cut throat and will blacklist you.If the CEO knew what was going on would he or she make the recommended internal changes? Hmmm.. Anyways, the attitudes of management is disgusting. Save yourself the trouble by not applying
Title Closer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 15, 2018
Terrible Place to work. Racist and bullies. Judgmental. Not a positive work environment. HR is always trying to exercise open door policies, but the mean girls and racists they always believe. Keep it moving. Dumbest bunch of individuals with no business sense that I have ever met. They did me a favor. I am glad I am gone.
Title Processor (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – January 14, 2018
This company really needs to rehire all management and start over. Racial and hostile environment, bullying in the work place and the company allows it. Training is lack there of and the pay doesn't add up to the amount of work you do. They feed you lunch at times and expect this to add up, not even. HR is a joke not sure where she came from but she's horrible. Amber who was there before was nice and fair. People are quitting everyday. Just terrible place overall.
Closer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 7, 2017
I feel OS National was a faced paced work place that at time it could be stressful because of the poor training they give the new hire employees. I was in training for a post closing position which had 6 people in the class and the trainer constantly left the room in an 8 hour day she may have been in there for about an hour. I feel the better a person is trained then better and more successful you will be at your job. This company needs to revamp the train. The management team was good to employees providing out of the office activities. They did provide food at the end of the month which was a very busy time.
Closer (Current Employee) – Duluth, GA – April 7, 2017
Manual processes make the job very tedious and stressful. Management needs better people skills and processes need to be streamlined. Relaxing work environment and nice bonus is given for Christmas and birthdays.
Flexible work schedule. Catered lunches and holiday/birthday gift cards are given.
Paralegal (Current Employee) – Duluth, GA – July 3, 2016
Os National started off as a great place to work with plenty room for growth but there is a lack of experience in regards to decision making administration and questionable calls made that make you think about your livelihood and future. If you are let go there is a chance they will not pay you all of your earned wages.