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Toxic environment, micromanagement, pay is beyond shocking. Clock on and clock off for your shift, that’s not for a call centre worker position, never ever have I had to do that in an admin role. Work from home unheard of even with Covid19, car park is full of staff. Stupid excuses why they won’t let you work from home. Quite simply management are set in the ancient time ways, and don’t trust their staff to be able to do their job at home, the company itself lacks innovation and no way is it a forward thinking company.Its like stepping back into the 90’s. Horrible company. The CEO has the top 10 salary in Australia, I just shake my head thinking working at Aldi you would be on almost the same money. Company needs to get with the times!

Answered 6 May 2020

Pretty much the whole job
It’s full on, underpaid and overworked

The collectors that have been there a long time, make the trainees work till they drop dead. No care factor at all.

Answered 10 April 2019

Work anywhere else but here
You will get payed better, less stress and workload is not worth the stress

Not enough staff.

Some managers and trainers think they are better than you. They were once just collectors too. The rudeness is childish. Not a mature enough place to be working for.

Answered 10 April 2019
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