O Grady Peyton International: Latest Job Openings, Reviews and Ratings & Profile wise Salary Distribution
We've calculated that the average salary at O Grady Peyton International is $40K based on 8 user-submitted salaries
A total of 3 O Grady Peyton International employees gave O Grady Peyton International an average happiness rating of 3.1 out of 5.0.
2.7If you are considering a position with OGP here is my experience. When I first began with this company in 2020 I was working as a Community Liaison. I loved the work, meeting all the nurses from different countries. My supervisor was fantastic, always supportive and helpful with any issues. I would give this portion of my employment with the company a straight 5 stars. The only reason that I left this position was that I was wanting something full time with health benefits. In 2021 I moved into the recruiting position. That job I loved as well, interacting with the nurses from all around the world knowing that what I was doing was creating such a positive life change for them. Some of the other people that I worked with were also very nice though there isn’t a lot of interaction in a remote position like the traditional in-office position. At the time I was hired I was told it was a 6-month position with health benefits and bonuses. Once I received my contract it had no specifics regarding the length of the contract and no mention of the bonuses. I called the Sr. Director of Recruitment and Operations and was told that this was the standard OGP contract. All are “at will” contracts and bonuses aren’t addressed as they fluctuate from quarter to quarter. I later found out that this was not how all the contracts are done at all. The training I received was lacking and only prepared me for a portion of the job. The rest you learned as you stumbled into it. My direct supervisor frequently canceled our one-on-one sessions and it was common practice for mistakes by an individual to be called out on the group Teams chat. My contract which was supposed to be 6 months was ended at the end of the 4th month and I received no bonuses for the contracts that I closed (over 125). A couple weeks I even had more contracts than anyone else. The job was then posted as open. I applied and was interviewed. On the day of my last scheduled one-on-one, my direct supervisor canceled
2.9Loved the job overall but the training program was very poor. Was promised bonuses which never happened. Supervisors are not approachable. If you make a mistake it will be publicly called out on the Teams group chat.