I worked at ODS InternationalPros
You stay busy.
From what I read in another review, the Houston location is no longer running, so the people of Houston can rest easy knowing they can't accidentally get hired here.Cons
Where to begin? This is not a stable job. They're completely dependent on whatever project they've landed. They'll hire lots of people to finish the project and then let them all go when the project is complete. I was only with the company for 6 months, yet I survived long enough to see 3 of these purges before I got out of my own choice.
They're distrustful of their employes and petty in their punishments, as witnessed by the fact they removed the Houston offices break room refrigerator after a single stolen lunch incident.
They demanded everybody work extra hours, yet refused to pay OT for positions that commonly receive OT at other companies. And not just a few hours OT, I'm talking dozens! The boss even had his office in front of the single entry/exit door, and watched people like a hawk to see who was leaving when.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Find another line of work. Upper level management is clearly not your field.
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