Court Services Victoria
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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    Court Services Victoria website
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Trainee court registrar in Broadmeadows VIC
on 9 June 2022
Fast paced and stressful
Management was amazing however the job itself is so fast paced and stressful, barely got 2mins to relax bc there’s always work to do. High pressure as well
Payroll Officer in Melbourne VIC
on 24 October 2021
Fun workplace with amazing work colleagues
Every member with Court Services are so friendly and welcoming, if you have issues with anything work or health related your supervisor/manager will be able to help you out!
Administration Officer in VCAT
on 19 February 2019
Restructure after restructure
Don't spend more than 12 months here if you value your sanity. High turnover, low morale, abusive customers and court users at every turn who demand anything and everything and treat staff and members (judges) with disrespect, management are out of touch with workers and try to pit workers against each other for promotions and other roles. So many change proposals for the sake of change proposals, and the proposals are there to cull employees and talent rather than add anything to the business. CSV tend to offer a lot of temp roles/12 month roles, which are great for individuals to gain experience, but are horrible for the business. It takes about four weeks to train someone on the basics in any area of operation, plus ongoing training is needed. This distracts star employees and management from their roles and puts extra pressure on teams. The cycle repeats yearly. Seldom do these temps get offered permanent positions when we really need the extra assistance. Paper heavy system with unreliable electronic systems that would be outdated by mid 2000s standards. No rewards for employees who go above and beyond, so most employees don't bother doing exceptional work. Mountains and mountains of paperwork that could be easily automated takes up the bulk of time and workload. I'm glad I left, and I'd never go back. My fellow staff kept me going when things got tough. If you do get a role here, join the union.
Magistrate and Supreme Court buildings in King Street, Melbourne
on 16 October 2018
Autonomous involvement with the process
Solely responsible for production of current court layouts throughout Australia and the upgrading of all evacuation layouts for the Public and Courts and associated office areas. Liaising with the Emergency Manager to define procedures and documentation.
Transcript production in Melbourne City Centre VIC
on 18 September 2018
Management strutinizes everything, constant changes, terrible moral.
Management at VGRS is terrible, the so called 'work/life balance' is almost non-existent as the recent restructure cleared 32% of workers and management now claims there's not enough people in office for anyone to take leave. People told not to leave their office to get a coffee. People denied personal leave and asked to change medical appointments. General manager is sexist. Very hard to fire people for low performance so the organisation is full of under performing employees. Constant changes for the sake of changes. Repetitive work with people who are reminded by management to not voice their opinions or suggestions.. Look elsewhere..

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