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HCA lost contract with disability SA but they never inform me I was left without shifts for 5wks till when I rang to ask why I do not get shifts. Sad
Not happy because I used to do 40-50 hours a week to 0 hours not with no information on what to do or go about. I was casual but used to work very hard so I have contributed to the company a lot for the passed 5yrs.
The company has become too big, too quickly. As a result they are unable to provide health professionals with a cohesive experience. It feels as if they want contracts filled at any cost without support and concern for the employee. Punitive type communication style. Bonus schemes are difficult to follow and initiate. This company needs to look back at its roots.
Was well regarded
Purple uniforms. Stand out like a sore thumb on the ward.
This was my first time signing up to a Nursing Agency after being permenant for 4 years and I wouldn't go back. Having the opportunity to work where and when I want has given me the time to enjoy the coast. I have been dealing with a lovely Recruitment Consultant, 'Brooke' who has been very informative, professional and timely with her management. I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the career opportunities it has opened me up to is very advantageous. Overall would rate Healthcare Australia very highly.
Work - life balance
No Job security being casual
This company were horrible to work with. Area manager low in value, total bogan, but big on being a smart Alec. Classes held in random locations, eg: golf courses, church halls, gymsNo training equipment provided. Trainers are expected to supply everything including towels, sheets, pillows etc. Trainers are sent all over the place to train all different groups - don't get the same class for the whole of the course. Unpaid monthly meetings - out of hours.Not paid for marking. Really poor IT induction. Constant emails (which I kept getting months after I'd left)Management extremely rude and dismissively unavailable to trainers.Mandatory horrid uniform.Super taken out of your pay, no company contribution.I left after 6 weeks.
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Low pay. No colleagues. Unrealistic travel expectations. Inadequate training settings.
HCA staff especially in roostering and other areas of work, have been fairly well. Though I haven't seen them face to face. It was all online and calls.
No special allowances for casuals no breaks within shifts.
There is no breaks, I don't like short shifts I don't know who will be my referees, No travel allowances when driving in a long 1 hours distance to attend a short notice shift.
I worked in operations in Brisbane. No training. You would ask anyone you could how to do something they would give you lazy “I can’t be bothered” answers then get mad when it wasn’t done correctly. Great pay but the staff walk on egg shells, the managers are toxic. I saw a few staff in tears regularly it’s that bad. Nurses are fantastic and nice to deal with. It’s the office that’s a nightmare. Very high turnover. The place needs to be on a current affair it’s that dodgy. Not enough staff on to do the job due to them not wanting to pay for staff. One girl complained about the bullying and got fired on the spot. All about profit. Very greedy and exploiting healthcare to get $$
I can choose what times suit me and still get to spend time at home with my newborn baby. I can also go on holidays with my family on school breaks and come back and my job is there waiting.
Good salary, weekly pay.
No physical interaction with management
Agency great to work when you want but they don’t like it if you refuse a shift for personal reasons. The district/area? manager rang me once to see if another agency nurse had been admitted to my perm ICU job after self harming! She stated sheard’ by another agency peer. After I refused to confirm or deny it, my shift offers basically stopped so I quit. I told the patient of the call and AHPRA said they could do nothing! Not right!
Work when you want
Favourites offered shifts always. Illegal practice.
The worst company I ever worked! Team of rude people is extended from Hr to coordinators. Managers are the most ignorant people I have ever met .They told me my health experience teaching and practicing worldwide was irrelevant, they choose administrators to coordinate health education! This company just cares for profit. Ĺ They have no respect for students DIVERSITIES and trainers even less. They have no campus, the facilities that c l Assad take place a horrible rented . The compensated to pay a cheap casual rate, not paying for meeting and all . rooms all over the city
They give you a horrible uniform
Assessments, marking, meetings are not payed
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Thoroughly enjoyed working for and all interactions with other staff are peaceful and relative to myself and work. Enjoyable. Rewarding.
Thoroughly enjoyed working for HCA, as able to diversify from Aged Care to disability easily. Management and other staff are always helpful and friendly. HCA encourage workers to better them selves by studying to further advance their career and offer training courses that are required at a reasonable cost.
Joined NASA in 1986 for few years as NA then joined NSB late 80ties as EN. Comm work at Glenside 1992. Returned to agency.in 06 whom were NASANSB.which had amalgamated Ive wkd in acute surg & mental health . Fabulous to work for .always got reqested shifts k
Always recieved requested work/shifts plus did occ rural n remote shifts
Rarely happens- unhelpful/rude staff at facility sent to, as agency nurse nurse permanent staff at facilities often palm off to agency staff their work load, Could always request nasansb not to send back to a facility if dissatisfied in any way