Medical Biller (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MI – November 18, 2015
Fast pace, over-working environment. In a given day I would leave mentally drained from over working. I hardly ever got a lunch or a day off. This was a matrix environment. I maintained with problem solving and helping the company with financial growth. There was lack of benefits. The most enjoyable part of the job was disputing problem claims and winning each case. There was extreme career growth at this company. I absolutely loved my career. Poor Management.
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – June 17, 2016
Worst place to work, the negative reviews given by employees are 100% correct. The management needs to attend classes in management or at least learn how to behave/talk with employees. Yelling and harassing techniques with employees don't work and it backfires as it does with this company, many employees just leaves in couple of days or months.
Some staff memebers are very hard working and the managment should be thankfull to them.
Sr. Management should not give negative reviews about other employees.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – May 2, 2016
I work with a great bunch of nurses and therapists at Omni. My job as Home Health Aide is to access the safety of the client in their home, as well as their health when I visit them and to report to the RN case manager assigned to that particular client. I also help the client with bathing and grooming, My favorite part of my job is working with the occupational and physical therapists to help the client to become as independent as possible to allow them to stay in their own home.
registered nurse (Former Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – January 1, 2016
You are expected to come in early every day and not get paid for that time. They also want you to work thru your un paid half hour lunch. There are no 15 minute breaks EVER. You are watched all the time, they have cameras everywhere. It is the worse place that I have ever worked at NO ONE MAKES IT PAST 4 MONTHS! Either they quit because of the over work and bad treatment or they are fired. The government keeps coming in to check on complains. Stay away from this company
No Breaks, so much work that you can never get it done
Area Director of Marketing (Former Employee) – Naples, FL – December 27, 2012
This agency has gone through many changes as well as being sold. The orthopedic program that they used was actually stolen from another therapy agency. Omni was sued and lost because they knowingly destroyed evidence and purgered themselves. They were forced to pay millions and ultimately had to change their program. They lost many good employees and thier medical director over this incident.
?? (Former Employee) – Plymouth – November 3, 2014
Interviewed for a particular position with "X" amount of pay, received offer for completely different position for way less pay, then get there on my first day and end up in the position originally interviewed for BUT still received the much lower pay.....they claim to balance life an work, but don't get critically ill because they'll fire you! Care for their employees my behind!! Management has no clue what they are doing, they claim that you will receive a week an a half of training, but then DON'T train you at all!! God forbid if you ask a co-worker for assistance....snotty little girls will rip your head off for this!! The women there are rude, snotty, little girls & "grown women" and they get away with talking to everyone this way, even to management! They even hire back people they've previously fired who were this way AND lost them $$$$ when they were previously employed, wth?? You can also forget about CONFIDENTIALITY when it comes to your personal info..... they repeat everything to everyone, got to love that "Open door policy!" This place is a joke!
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Mandeville, LA – April 17, 2015
It was my pleasure to work with the caring staff of OMNI .I enjoyed all my patients and working close with the Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) in our office and working close with Doctors to make sure patients revived the care ordered by them.Such as setting up medication ,medication teaching,assessing patients for s/s of dehydration,disease process ,diets ,diabetic care,and wound care as needed
Field Staff (Former Employee) – Plymouth MI – May 21, 2012
This company should not be confused with Omni Home Care based in Florida. This is Omni Home Care, INC. and is based in Plymouth MI. This company has a revolving door and employees are hired and fired over and over again! The marketing director position has been filled and vacated more than four times in one year and the owner of the company will fire you in the blink of an eye and then you have to fight for the pay you earned. This has happened to three people since March 2012. 95% of the staff are new employees (less than six months). Seven employees recently fired in a months time. Also, the 65k is not true... it's 45k w/ commission that you will never see because he won't pay you. Enter at your own risk!!!
Onmi Home care environment greatly improved the meaning of autonomy and customer satifiaction.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Richmond, IN – January 18, 2015
A typical day involved establishing patient's appointments times, managing supplies, managing therapist, coordinating providers orders and making home visits. This experience escalated my confidence, autonomy, and self esteem. Multi-disciplinary approach utilizing physical, occupation, and speech therapy improved the recovery process thereby customer satisfaction increased. I enjoyed helping patients and their families manage their disease process at home.