Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 10, 2017
Benefits and pay are great. Work hours are terrible and long. Expect too much from one person and this causes turnover to be high, more than I have seen in other companies where I have worked. You should work to live, not live to work. Most everyone you talk to there are ready to leave.
Occassional lunches and dinner, Have to really plan around work times and deadlines, Don't take care of the employees.
No work-life balance, too much work expected from one person
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – March 26, 2017
you ask if i want to write a review but you give no choose but to. i worked in clients homes it was a fun experanice. know i need a job so i can prosper and get a place for me and my son tired of living with ex.
RN Case Manager (Current Employee) – North Andover, MA – March 11, 2017
Most of the people that worked in my particular office were nice hard working people, but as there is anywhere there were a few malcontents, People clearly favored by upper management because they were friends or they brought in a lot of patient referrals that complained more than worked and were rarely disciplined for routine things that the majority of the staff were (tardy to meetings, turning in documentation late etc.). Other than the office culture it was like any other VNA.
I enjoyed working the different type of cases and the different clients. Clients were pleasant to work with. Staff was pleasant and approachable if there was an issue. Communication between the aide and the scheduler was a bit confusing and played phone tag a bit. Once the schedule got resolved, it worked perfectly with my life schedule and school schedule.
Florida while going to college for my RN license (Former Employee) – Homosassa, FL – March 4, 2017
Omni Homecare is a medium sized organization. The management includes supportive and open leadership. In services where held frequently on new equipment or treatment guidelines. A typical day: we get supplies from the clinic according to needs of patients needs. Drive to patient's residences, assess, treat, teach and communicate. The independence in this job was very encouraging and building self esteem. I can not come up with a negative part at that setting at all.
Some independence, gain of experience and sense of support by management