Crew Member in Bundoora VIC
Toxic and bullying culture in management.Toxic managers. Rude. Bullies. Low pay rate. Short shifts. Lots of travel required. roster in staff are very pushy and can be quite rude if you are having issues. No compassion if you have problems and can't work.
After hours Coordinator in Bundoora VIC
Not the best place to work inI worked as a Afterhours Service Coordinator. It was the worst set up in ever. You work Monday through to Friday, 5pm to 8am, and 24 hours on call on the weekend. There’s no breaks, you’re confined to your home, the system is set up only on the computer, and it’s big so you cannot leave. The job itself was already stressful, so the added stress by being on shift for 7 days straight, lack of sleep and not being able to go outside was the worse.
Disability Support Worker in Southport QLD
Interview great, management in Qld terrible There’s no communication or follow up when a report is made. The CNHC only hear what the stakeholders want and expect workers to comply with all requests even if it’s not in the best interest of the client. If the family want it we are told to do it and we are not paid but told to go home early and not paid in accordance with NDID FUNDING, much less, Also expecting the worker to not write things up. Too many below board practices and I felt u safe.
Disability Support Worker in Gold Coast QLD
Absolutely terrible standards and management completely unapproachableWorked for a very short time with this organisation before moving elsewhere as quickly as possible. The work standards are terrible (ie. expected to give medication with no paperwork despite company training stating otherwise - aka. Ignore the 7 rights of medication/give medication without any medication orders /charts, no thanks). Management pressure not to complete incident report in relation to medication incident. Scary work culture. Complete lack of interest in employees. I’ve worked in disability for some time and loved my previous jobs and managers before relocating to qld. I’m a really hard worker and super passionate about the field. People deserve high quality services that adhere to best practice - and workers deserve a workplace that values them as people and puts training modules into practice out in the field instead of operating outside the rules. It’s dangerous.
Disability Support Worker in Melbourne VIC
The participants are alllovely and appreciate all you do for them. The office staff do not communicate wellI enjoyed full days assisting NDIS participants with their activitie sof daily living but the office staff that organised the shifts did not communicae between each other and often over booked workers doubling up participants. They don't always follow all OH&S to protect support workers and try to get away pushing the boundaries.