I have been working at Omni Health Services full-time
You gain a lot of experience with a diverse population of clients
Coworkers are generally great
Not paid for the exorbitant amount of hours you put in (fee for service, meaning you only get paid for direct contact with client hours but not for no shows or paperwork, which there is a lot of), poor management, you have to work hard to find support sometimes, it is encouraged to take on far too much and you get shamed for trying to not take on too much by management
Advice to Management
Pay for non billable hours, respect that clinicians can only take on so much, treat employees more humanely
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Omni Health Services (Allentown, PA) in March 2015.
The interview was very unprofessional. I was more prepared than the person who interviewed me. They were very nervous, and unorganized. The interviewer just went over my previous work background, and then told me little about the job description. They couldn't answer any questions I had about the position, pay, and hours. They tell you one thing about the job but when you actually start to work with them they give you duties that weren't in the job description. Everything they said I would be doing in the office I didn't do.
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