Arcare Aged Care
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Personal care assistant in Point Lonsdale VIC
on 19 February 2021
Very rewarding , everyday brings so much differents
I loved the place management, staff and co workers were so helpful, working as a team and helping when other co workers. When things get tough the tough gets going. Never give up, was my first actions to wards my work and the love of my job. With a positive attitude and having care for others with empathy, brings calming and reassurings. Bring them as much joy happiness in their last year's . Security and comfort is a good start. This job was very rewarding.
Laundry Assistant+Cleaner in Melbourne VIC
on 13 April 2021
Fun work place,friendly staff
We are very friendly with each other.and helping with all the staff as well.nice working environment.the staff and residents have very nice boonding.
AIN (Assistant in Nursing) in QLD
on 15 March 2021
Some sites were great to work in, great staff, great management, great to work at, then they changed their level of care, other sites created an environment that was unnecessarily hard, staff numbers were extremely low, many staff did not have the skills or the desire to offer great care to the elderly residents and were plain lazy, hard to get replacement staff, profits were more important than the care, food and activities given to the residents. Due to low staffing levels you were always running around catering for at best basic care needs, some days some of those basic care needs were reduced depending on who was working and if they could get a replacement for a sick staff member, sometimes working understaffed
Catering staff in Warriewood NSW
on 9 December 2020
Bad Management they hide the problems rather than deal with them.
Saw a lot of really bad management choices made for residents and worse for staff.It’s all about the management .No one else !!Worst company to work for by far.
Personal Care Worker in Brisbane QLD
on 24 November 2020
Good work/life balance and rates but poor management and drama
As a casual you can bid on shifts through the app so you can choose when to work so good work/life balance and hourly rate is high. Training on shifts was lacking and you are expected to know what you're doing on your buddy shifts. Training for fire training/company database etc was appropriate. Drama between all staff made it hard to be trained not knowing who to take advice from. Management does not investigate staff drama and prefers high turnover of staff over solving issues. Does not support care workers regarding aggressive residents and incidents resulting in injuries to care workers. Covid measures were/are appropriate. Facility is beautifully decorated and resident rooms are spacious.
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Shared on 13 June 2020

Not required contract assignment

Shared on 13 September 2018

There was no interview it was more on just the manager and I talking about my transportation and asked me if I wanted to do a Barista course and I said yes but they forgot about it. My mother also works their and the manager rang her for me to work their.

Shared on 10 September 2018
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