OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC Brings on New Talent

OMNI Appoints Terry Garrison as Director of Client Services.

Overland Park, KS (May 27, 2015) – OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Garrison as Director, Client Services and Employee Engagement Practice Leader.Read More

OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC Announces Relocation

OMNI is moving its headquarters to Corporate Woods in Overland Park, KS.

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (March 26, 2015) – OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC is pleased to announce its upcoming relocation to a new office in Corporate Woods in Overland Park, Kansas, effective April 3, 2015.Read More

Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce Lunch n’ Learn

Please join Kristi Hess, Senior Consultant at OMNI, for a Lunch n’ Learn at the Ft. Collins Chamber of Commerce on March 10th.Read More

Executive Briefing

We are pleased to host Vince Sabia from The Center for Spirit at Work presenting their newest program – SpiritLink.

SpiritLink engages business leadership in an innovative approach, one that honors authenticity and integrity as core spiritual values.Read More

OMNI Office Now Open in Fort Collins, Colorado

OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC, headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas has opened an office to support the Ft. Collins business community.Read More

OMNI Continues Growth

Overland Park, KS, August 2014— OMNI Employment Management Services, LLC, is based in Overland Park, Kansas and is continuing to expand into other local regional markets. Since 1998, OMNI has served a variety of organizations throughout Kansas, Missouri and the Midwest. Our clients are often looking for ways to improve business performance through upgrading and/or outsourcing their human resources function, enhancing organizational and individual effectiveness and attracting and retaining high caliber employees. We are pleased to announce that the following professionals have been selected to join OMNI Employment Management Services.Read More

The Disk Theory of Management

Human Resources is a system of interrelated functions. Changes in one area invariably affect other areas. Sometimes the interrelations are difficult to explain and describe. Managers and employees often have difficulty understanding why job descriptions and performance management systems are important, or how they can help the company be more effective. The Disk Theory of Management is a simple way to illustrate the relationship between organization design, job descriptions, and performance management, and to highlight the importance of these key human resources practices.Read More

Including ‘Human’ Assets in the Due Diligence Process

Buying a business? Lots of time and resources typically go into due diligence process. Appraisals get done on real estate, buildings, equipment, while accountants and lawyers try to get a healthy assessment to support the business’ financial statements. Often shortchanged in this process is sufficient due diligence into the organization’s ‘human’ assets, and the resulting costs or exposures of change.Read More

Essentials to Performance Management

Four important steps to improving employee performance

Performance management is ‘human resources-speak’ for the process of improving organizational effectiveness through individual performance improvements. Large corporations employ a cadre of experts to develop and manage key performance management programs in an effort to improve productivity and profitability. For the small business owner, failure to manage individual performance can mean business success or failure in very short order.Read More

Hiring… People Just Like Me

Entrepreneurs are a funny sort. Driven, creative, multi-taskers, risk takers, make-it-happen perfectionists, customers love us… we can do it all, and would like nothing more than an organization filled with people just like us.

Yet, savvy business owners realize that drivers need navigators, creative people need logic, multi-taskers need focus, perfectionists need to relax, and, truth be told, not all customers love them. Indeed, there is an art and a science to the selection people, skills, and talents one starts to bring into their organization.Read More