Omni Air

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    It's a small world after all!

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    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Omni Air full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Obviously the number one Pro for this company is world travel. Most layovers are nice with great benefits such as free breakfast. Get paid to see the world and lounge around your hotel. I have made some lifelong friends (and family) working here.

    Cons

    Management is very "shady" and lacks morale. When you are told during training to "Not get comfortable", basically stating they can fired you for anything, then you know you're in for a treat. I've seen fellow co-workers get reprimanded or fired over something as simple as wearing the wrong heel size. There are times you are gone longer than your 19 scheduled days. My longest trip was 63 days out. The flight attendants get punished if they are Pro union since we are still in the process of obtaining one. Everyone basically walks on egg shells around here. Pilots and flight attendants are treated as if the belong to 2 different companies. Flight attendants are under extremely tight reins. Trips can be taken from you if you do not hold enough seniority. There are other cons that I have heard that I would use, except they are in comparison to other airlines which I have no experience at so my opinion would be void. It's a small company so everyone knows you somehow... (including management). I have met some of the meanest and cruelest people I ever hope to meet. Those people need to seriously get a life or a different job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Respect goes a long way. You got to give it to earn it. Quit treating your employees like 5 yr olds who you have to put in the corner for crying too loud. Just because there are some that are irresponsible doesn't mean the entirety need to be treated as so. Quit looking for ways to fire everyone or the negative. Instead, focus on what good things are coming from the staff you have. Please get some morals.

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Omni Air Interviews

Updated Nov 19, 2014
Updated Nov 19, 2014

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    Anonymous Employee
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    Very unimpressed. Small company filled with inept employees. Extremely disorganized. I worked with two ladies in HR - one was very pleasant and professional, the other looked and acted like she obviously hated her job. There is a lot of turnover and the reasons are obvious. If you choose to accept a position, do so with the intent of leaving within 2 years.

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    Reasons for Declining

    I had better opportunities elsewhere and this company did not impress me in the slightest.

    Declined Offer

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Website www.omniairintl.com
Headquarters Tulsa, OK
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1983
Type Company - Private
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

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