Disability Services Australia
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16 questions about working at Disability Services Australia
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Answered 20 December 2018
If you are in a contracted position your hours are set and you have access to a projected roster. There is flexibility and a process to swap a shift with a colleague. Rec Leave has to be decided at the beginning of the year. If you don't take all your annual leave Management will assign you random dates so you have to use whatever balance remains.
Answered 14 September 2019
Working with bullies and brown nosers
Answered 21 April 2019
It will take a one or two months but once your selected they will send you to training on a daily "classroom" style basis for about a month on good pay and then begin to integrate you into a residence to experience and implement your skills. Tip: Tell Managers that you are desperate for work and will work anywhere, anytime, and mean it. In time they learn which staff genuinely wants to work vs. staff who are choosy about when and where their shifts are
Answered 23 October 2018
No benefits perks of working at Disability services Australia
Answered 21 April 2017
Working with staff who are bullies, lazy and dob their colleagues in for the most minor of infractions.
Answered 8 July 2019
Everyone works together it is awesome
Answered 21 April 2019
It is rushed and never giving enough time for staff to clarify any new procedures that has come into place
Answered 24 June 2020
Placement provided the opportunity to learn administrative requirements with regard to the customers’ productivity related supported employment goals such as learning how to do levelling, repacking, operating pallet-jack etc. However, there was a lack of opportunity at placement for application of social work aspects like theories in practice in client support system. On the other hand, we learned how to assess Greenacre wage systems, underpinning work skills, productivity assessments etc. Workplace supervision was very active in the learning process with regard to the production-oriented tasks.
Answered 19 February 2020
Yes , pay rate was good
Answered 4 February 2020
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