I worked at Omni Prepaid Group full-time (More than a year)
-The organization is full of talent and potential.
- Unlimited PTO
- the people there are great, truly.
- The organization has too many balls in the air
- A lack of focus on business units that drive revenue
- Mediocrity is celebrated in several support roles
- The organization's perception of itself is not inline with its strengths
- Too much time is spent chasing the next big idea while past and current projects are not supported.
- The company is top heavy
- the organization boasts 5% turnover. This is inaccurate. That only accounts for those that resigned, not those that were terminated or laid off.
Advice to Management
Transparency is more than a buzz word. High trust is a two way street, not just something to talk when you get the microphone at a meeting or event.
Focus on the retention of top talent. If you're not surrounded by people who constantly agree with your decisions and direction you might just accomplish what you are after.
I have been working at Omni Prepaid Group full-time (More than a year)
There is a lot of friendly people here who care about what they do. Very talented engineers that like to share what they know. Employee of the month award; nominated by peers.
Very non-competitive salary for experience, a 401K which is based on profit sharing at end of year (last 2 years is about $500). Management has delusional goals that are not grounded in fact (i.e that sales will double even though we are doing nothing different). Quality of products suffer and thus lots of lost business due to little to no planning.
Advice to Management
Go play golf instead of trying to make all the decisions. Let the professionals have some empowerment to make decisions and do what it takes to take this company to the next level. Trust your employees!
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