Learning people and how to get "along" in stressful situations was a big help in my current sales job
Emergency medical technician (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 28, 2017
Being a E.M.T. at Omni services started at 0500. six days a week with first hands on patient care starting at 0530. Typical run volume would be 6 to 7 patients a day. By far the hardest part of the Job was really getting to know a patient and seeing them pass.
I work well with others and can communicate in two different languages other than English.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Hudsonville, MI – August 15, 2017
The reason why I want to look for another career is, because the job I currently work for always gives me off days cause there is not enough work to do. I also feel that with my degree, I'm able wi work at a better place and get paid higher than what I get now.
I enjoyed working here because it was my first full-time job after school. I learned so much. This was (I think still is) a small, privately owned and family run company of boutique rental properties. I learned so much about rental properties when I worked with Omni/BOKA Management; this is the reason I went back to property management after I couldn't do hair any more. I mainly assisted the owner of the properties doing the day-to-day managing of the books and assisted the property manager in regards to the resident needs, showings and maintenance or each property.
They taught me so much about the industry in the private sector.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – April 10, 2017
A typical work day consist of getting a copy of the script for the day. Then logging in on the computer, and uploading the system. Wait for the automatic dialer and a representative to answer the phone in order to conduct the survey.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Brownstown, MI – December 12, 2016
Checking the safety of ford seats . start off by unloading the crates and lining them up on the table , we would then hook them up to the levering machines the working ones got marked and put on paperwork then back to shipment .
Productive, innovative firm who know how to treat employees.
Cleaner/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – October 26, 2016
A typical day working for Omni Solutions is never the same. Everyday there are possibilities to work at multiple locations daily and the locations are always in good condition and cleaned frequently so no struggle with time. The most challenging and enjoyable part of the job is you never get in routine because you are always learning some thing new or cleaning different locations. Primarily solitude when working but sometimes you will have to work with employees there. The supervisors come and check on you regularly and help if you need supplies restocked.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 14, 2016
I did not work there for very long, but during my time there they were very big on making sure their customers were happy and satisfied with their services and their interaction with the companies representatives.
A wonderful experience with new learning experiences throughout
Owner and Sole Proprietor (Former Employee) – Farmers Branch TX – November 10, 2015
This was my own company where I controlled all and learned what I did not know. Where I learned things I never thought I could. Where I accomplished remarkable things I never imagined. Where I enjoyed solving a new problem.
This is a great place to work for people who excel under pressure and enjoy continuous change. If you love to jump right in and charge ahead it is the company for you. Not much time is given to see if new systems work or to plan more than a week ahead.
It is fun and continuously stimulating. There is little or no training involved, but your receive a lot of support.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 8, 2015
A day working at Omni was stressful because the supervisor would always lay-off people. I we was on 12 hour shift and my schedule would change every week, I would either be on morning or graveyard shift.
production (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – March 15, 2015
It was my 1st time working in a production industry. It was very interesting, and i learned alot of experience. The managers have poor experience. My co-workers depending on what team they are on would participate as a team.