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not now as my last few months were difficult under new manager, moving my work locations without notice or remuneration, unrealistic distance. Promised time off for training and it was made difficult by Upper Management, i felt pushed around, and not listened to.
Flexible work arrangements and good work/ life balance. Easy to manage motherhood and work without pressures or unreasonable expectations. manageable workloads with a great bunch of staff.
Flexible work arrangements
Constant change in direction. Lack of employee input. Top down decision making. No recognition for going the extra mile. Management disregards company values. Low engagement levels all round. Very stressful work environment.
The impact we can make on patients health and well being is fantastic
A company just not interested in developing individuals careers.
Company leaders take pride in running the company like a start up, except its the size of a small multi-national, this means there is no desire to develop people's careers or provide promotion opportunities. Process are not followed particularly when it comes to employees complaints about their treatment by their leaders. Lot's of management by fear and intimidation.
The constant change means every day is different but the uncertainty is exhausting
Expected to work long hours, weekends, don't take holidays to deliver on projects.
Company has grown very fast over the years due to well funded acquisition program but has struggled to grow organically partly due to leadership team more focused on pleasing the CEO rather than make commercially sound decisions. There are no best practice management norms in this company, it's old school become mates with the boss to get anywhere in the organisation. Their centres to treat cancer are second to none, great patient care for sure.
Well funded by investment companies
Investors don't always make good leaders in an organisation
There is constant pressure to deliver the impossible. This autocratic don't care what the issue is style comes from the CEO and the leadership team. Investment Co mentality from the 1990's. High turnover. Morale is rock bottom with most colleagues just trying to survive. No desire to develop peoples careers. It's a private investment company funded partly by a Chinese Govt controlled investment Co and an american investment firm. Not a pleasant environment to work.
Interstate offices tend to have more freedom
constant change with no clarity of strategy. High turnover. Low morale and engagement
Company has great potential if it was managed like a proper healthcare organisation. The CEO is ex investment banker and creates a culture of fear and intimidation which most of the leadership team also take pride in adopting. The engagement levels are record low, very high turn over, team leaders come and go with no explanation why they leave suddenly. The impossible targets ultimately lead people to leave or go on stress leave. Absolutely no joy in working for a company that has such old school leadership team
Nice offices, Brisbane colleagues tend to be treated slightly better than head office folk
impossible targets. no bonuses. management by fear and intimidation.
It's a company led by investment bankers or clinicians who have never worked in proper corporate organisations. They invest well in technology and in the clinics where patient care is fantastic. The management style is old school autocratic with impossible deadlines and a scary pride in working people around the clock with no recognition. Great Co for a consultant to charge excessive fees then exit quickly. Forget about this company is you are seeking a rewarding management career where your efforts are recognised. Apply here if you are a consultant who can hand hold leadership team. CEO is autocratic and as arrogant as your typical investment banker.
If I was a cancer patient I would want to be treated by one of their clinics
Management by intimidation. Leadership team is a 'jobs for the boys' culture.
GenesisCare is a company with little to no structure and processes which therefore makes it difficult to get tasks completed. With no structure, there is a lack of accountability.
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During my time at Genesis Care I picked up on more jobs as it was a bigger company with 100+ people. I was assigned many tasks such as handling parking, answering phone calls, booking couriers, handling mail, and many more. Being a receptionist, I had to learn to keep calm during stressful situations and teach myself to multi task while also keeping a smile on my face. I also worked closely with the company caterer and he taught me how to order food and set up for events and meetings.
Free lunches, understanding bosses. flexible hours
Nice company to work for, growing in specialist healthcare sectors. New office out of the Sydney CBD. Lovely people to work with. Future prospects look bright. Inclusive management team who work hard to be clear of the overall strategy.
Dynamic culture, young growing company, great site to work at.
Longer commute, growing pains with processes, priorities and projects.
Every day is extremely varied, extensive diary management, events, travel etc. Learned a fantastic amount of what Cancer Care and Heart Care means for patients today Management is varied and cohesive Co-workers are amazing and all want to help make Genesis an amazing company Work life balance is the hardest part of the job Seeing the good that the company does is the best part of the job
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