I worked at Outsourcing USA full-time (More than 3 years)
OUSA is a great place to learn. Even if you have no experience, they will train you if they believe you can handle the demands of the job. For however long you decide to stay, you will walk away with a new skill you didn't have before.
Your coworkers are a great group of people. They love to joke around with each other. It's never a boring day.
The pay and opportunity for growth are limited.
Its also family-run, so there's some corruption in upper management that will never change.
There's an extreme lack of communication between management that often results in company issues.
Advice to Management
The procedures set are used because they work and are efficient, yet you fail to use them. This results in lack of communication, missing information, and rushed work.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Outsourcing USA (Dallas, PA) in June 2013.
They gave everyone the same tests. A IQ test and a graphic arts / adobe indesign test. I was wondering why I was given a graphic arts test when the position I was interviewing for was an IT position. About a week when by after interview. I followed up with a phone call, they checked into it and said I didn't hear anything because I had low scores on the IQ test, I asked what was it they said 60. Now this is impossible because I have an officially recorded IQ of at least 137.
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