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OMNI Announces Membership Client Program

Offering On-Call HR Counsel and Support

Overland Park, KS (January 16, 2018) – For 20 years, OMNI Human Resource Management has partnered with their clients to expand their human resource capacity, optimize their talent, and grow their businesses. Now, the company offers a new solution for organizations simply in search of on-call HR counsel.

OMNI Human Resource Management is pleased to announce our Membership Client Program.

Membership Client Program benefits include:

  • Phone and email access to a dedicated, experienced Senior HR Consultant
  • Templates and tools for employment manuals, performance appraisals, and more
  • Participation in OMNI’s regularly scheduled workshops and webinars
  • Newsletters and updates on compliance and HR trends
  • Salary survey resources and compensation information
  • Discounted rates for consulting services and on-site support

With monthly membership costs starting at $200, OMNI’s Membership Client Program offers an affordable solution to companies just needing an HR team in their “back pocket.”

In addition to Membership Client Program services, OMNI also offers support in the form of outsourced payroll and benefits, consulting projects, and all levels of talent acquisition.

For more information on the Membership Client Program, contact Olivia Corazzin at or 913.341.2119.

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Since 1998 OMNI Human Resource Management has been supporting clients in all facets of human resource management, including consulting, outsourcing, executive search and recruitment. For more information, visit or call 913.341.2119.

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