High expectations with little reward A typical day is busy and fast paced with a huge workload. Poor management who mostly communicate abruptly and aggressively. Militant managerial styles, toxic workplace culture, understaffed with low effort to hire someone new in a reasonable timeframe. Expect alot from their staff with minimal resources.
Pharmacist in Melbourne VIC
Successful and growing quickly It’s always nice to be part of a company that are successful and growing. The values and ethics of the management team are genuine and overall they want to support patients with improved health outcomes. It’s a great mission and rewarding to be a part of. Always fast paced and forever changing with all the growth, it’s never dull but the team mates I work with are lovely
Pharmacy Technician in Burnside SA
Great managers and supportive staffManagers were always willing to give a helping hand when we were short staffed. Supervisors very willing to guide and teach you. Pretty chill work environment.
Medical Administrator in Midland WA
Lovely place to workIt is such a lovely place to work ,the workplace culture is the best I have worked in and that is due to the fantastic Managers. Workplace training is professional and there is always someone there to help with any questions or further training you require. It is a nurturing and friendly workplace.
Admin Staff in South Brisbane QLD
Fun at first then reality hits and you see the toxicityThe first 6 months were great but then you start to see the cracks in the senior leadership and how they treat their staff. Incredibly siloed with no communication between teams. People too busy empire building than creating good systems. Disconnected between the sites and head office - this was particularly evident during covid when the frontline was expected to maintain normal operations in abnormal circumstances. Prides itself on being fast paced but it is only because they don't know how to implement good systems properly and just dump them on the frontline with no strategy to cement them in. Things prone to chop and change and frontline is playing catch up. Safety has improved but still seems like a tick and flick. Revolving door at head office with a lack of communication to frontline when important positions end up with different people in them. In fact there is a general lack of communication where managers only seem to want to impress the executive team rather than their own staff. Managers aren't held accountable for high staff turnover. No interest from leaders in encouraging personal development or discussing pay rises. The frontline staff do an amazing job in spite of the poor management at head office