Australian Unity
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About the company

  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 121 reviews and is evolving.
3.0820172.1120182.2720192.2020203.002021

Reviews

Home Care Worker in Port Stephens NSW
on 5 October 2020
Plenty of work
My experience was good overall. Bit unorganised with rosters. Only had few days advance of where working. Manager was fair. Plenty of work. Good mentoring at first.
HIGH COMPLEX CARE DISABILITY SUPPORT WORKER, AUSTRALIAN UNITY in Glen Innes NSW
on 4 April 2021
Professional, friendly company
Professional company, managers in all regions are all lovely and easy to communicate with. I absolutely loved Working 10 years with this company and sadly left due to relocation from NSW to qld. I recommend any one who wants stable hours, flexible working, respect, good pay to work with this company
Care Worker in Mid North Coast NSW
on 13 February 2021
Terrible company to work for.
If you think you are applying for a job as a personal care worker think again. 90% of your work will be cleaning homes. They advertise a "a work life balance", .. thats a joke, there is no work life balance. Even if you state that you are only available between certain times of the day they will roster you outside of these times anyway without notifying you (it will just appear on your roster on the day). Some of the service coordinator's have a chip on their shoulder and you will find this out if you dare to question a service. The upside of working in this industry as a care worker are the clients.
Care worker in Dapto
on 26 January 2021
I love working at Australian Unity
They were flexible with the days I could work. They provide me with minimum and maximum set hours each week which is perfect for me. This allows me to have a healthy family/work life balance. The sign up process was completely paperless and very easy. They provide: iPhone Plus, uniform, ppe and paid travel time and km. Staff are wonderful and very organised. They honestly go above and beyond. I am always kept informed of any changes. They provide a training coach for when you first start as well as ongoing training and support. There is room for advancement and secondments. They have been extremely thorough with COVID precautions and updates. It is a great atmosphere providing monthly team meetings and work group chats. I’m very happy here and will stay here for years to come.
Administration Assistant in Ballarat VIC
on 12 January 2021
Avoid like the plague unless you like to be devalued and humiliated
Found work was continually put onto you without consultation not enough hours in the workday to cover the amount of work expected and the short time frames expected to operate in. Bullying from management no recompense, instead you get placed on performance management, unfair work load place on some staff. No training or very limited training. Unrealistic expectations working 2 roles and not being remunerated appropriately. Under performing workers are praised whilst other workers have unreal expectations placed on them with short time frames and work load. Managers never listened to concerns, only listened to favourite staff created disharmony and fractions do not live up to the supposed values of AU

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Interview insights

Insights from 110 Indeed users who have interviewed with Australian Unity within the last 5 years.
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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

I really can't remember. Pretty much standard questions.

Shared on 26 September 2019

If I had full availability with shifts. How many years customer service experience I had

Shared on 11 December 2018

Why do you want to work here, what is your availability

Shared on 19 July 2018
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