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The co-workers are amazing but manager and superior is horrible, you can't say what you think or how you feel ,they lost so many amazing workers because of poor management ,pay is great but the boss well as so called boss is stupid and horrible
Nothing good only the co-workers
Great hrs great pay
The work culture at Visionstream the parent company of Broadspectrum was really a reflection of the ethnic owners who regard people as a commodity not an asset. If you look at the reviews of Visionstream and i m sure Broadspectrum now they are under the Ventia umbrella you will find the word toxic is the most common of words.As they are a giant Spanish company devouring local firms we will find this something that will infect the local market with their brutal HR department's wearing down and spitting out employees like vomit.As part of management i had first hand experience how HR managed people out of positions by making their jobs untannable and it was this along with disgraceful management of contractors that made me resign.This company that charges the Australian government billions to roll out NBN and then goes about withholding proper payments to increase overall profit by millions is really a blight on us as Australians.
Backhanders and free lunches
I worked as a technician for nearly two years without being paid as a technician. Was let go even though the parent company still required workers. The threat of being canned was constant.
Some kind of tax scam that said i was paid 6gs more than I was for use of the vehicle, Let go without promisrd promotion
Every single pay check has been wrong and it is like pulling teeth to get it corrected and be paid the right amount. I am regularly asked to work longer shifts with no notice, at locations that I have never been to before and there is no one there to show me what to do. I've had to lock up buildings and then return the keys the next day in my personal time.
Engineers and designers are expected to hit the ground running from day one. It gets easier by the day, thanks to supportive team mates. Documentation was easy to generate, as long as you know how to use Excel. Working hours are flexible. No guarantees to make an employee permanent.
Flexible working hours
Unlikely to make an employee permanent; no visible career path
A career that is to children and teenages . To show that they can learn in a clean and safe environment. Giving a duty of care for children and the community. Giving young ones a better start with enducation. And giving young ones the opportunity to change their life's.
Area to cover
The only company I have worked for where senior management treat you like you are a person that is beneath them, Missleading, deceptive and back stabbing ...toxic place to work Safety is ok as long as it is not costing money if it is all safety proticols go put the window as an indigenouse person traeatment and Aboriginal engagement totaly non existant in vic
Good supervisors who carry all the work load do more than there position requires
Poor safety attitude, inexperienced engineers in decison making process, poor planning, poor communication
-Over hire casual staff with limited shifts or no shifts. - Cleaning supervisor lack of management skill and no clarity of what are the expectations, what are the tasks of jobs need to be done. Worker is blamed to not perform. - Payroll errors result in short pay hours or penalties. Also, not receive pay on time. In sum, it is not a fair company to work for as you get ripped off pay
There is a lot to learn at Broadspectrum, especially with them providing the services to Defence. I found the manager very fair and accommodating. There was a lot of professional development offered and there is opportunities to advance into different areas. We have a good team at Broadspectrum.
Broadspectrum were awarded a contract to run the bus service where I worked. There was a lack of advancement opportunities, a clear distinction between operational staff and back office staff. There was a lack of acceptance of the difficulties faced by operations. The operations contract of Broadspectrum was taken over by a another company in 20018