Professional Educational Services Group
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I worked at Professional Educational Services Group as a contractor (more than 5 years)Pros
The application that is associated with PESG (AESOP) is easy to work with.Cons
Have gone many days without work. Have to add many districts to try continuous work. But does not guarantee work. Hard to deal with staff at times since there is a lot of turn over. Hard to build relationship with any school. I use to leave my information behind. This sometimes would help me. Pay has been reduced when contract PESG took over compared to working directly with schools. Low pay and no respect. There had been twice in my employment I was not payed. Although I signed the paper in the office and was informed the school had no record of me working. Do yourself a favor and have someone sign for you for protection. That's if you want to get paid.
All substitute teachers are forced to work through this job placement agency, which drops pay a considerable amount because they take a finders fee. There is little to no positive work performance feedback from this company to faithful and dependable employees. I have not been contacted by, or talked directly to support staff since signing up years ago. No opportunities offered for "in house" promotions. Virtually no benefits are offered to their teachers. They expect top notch professional educators yet they pay just a little over minimum wage. You are not guaranteed regular work.
Remember PESG does not work for you and will never go to bat to help you. They will always side with the district.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Need to build respect and change the way substitute teachers are accounted for. Not getting paid is not good. Show no respect for the company.Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook