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No work life balance. Staff are not respected very toxic. management in asylum seekers program don’t value the staff it’s all about pleasing immigration department. Some other programs are great as managers are great. Good organisations but you have to be in the right team.
Life Without Barriers has very poor support to staff considering they are in the business of caring for people.
LWB, has some great aspects but the lack of support for their staff is really disappointing. The management has no interest in the safety of their staff and no understanding of the psychological affects their management style has on their staff. They let good staff go rather than fix their management culture.
Too many family members working in company. Bullying management. No support from HR Took 5 months for clearance and no communication in that time. Too many shortcuts taken by management. Lots of managers leaving or acting.
Inconsistencies in roster. Inconsistent work rules.
This organisation is all about making money, the management is racist and very incompetent. I worked with them on Nauru and all they were worried about was keeping the government happy and couldn't care less about the refugees. The management is extremely incompetent.
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Good and on to the target. Life without Barriers deals with the most vulnerable people in our society and they render the service perfect. It was good to be in a supportive and compassionate team,
Lunches, meeting and supervioson and support were great
Challenges that clients' bring - issues that are hard to be met systematically eg Immigration issues
it's been 3 months and I am loving it. full help and assistance from the coordinators. Though sometimes you feel more training could be provided. coordinators listen to your issues and try to solve it asap
great staff, dedicated front line workers, hard working people. Unrealistic expectations from senior management, little to no support from senior exec managers, different rules for friends and relatives
salary, front line staff genuinely care about clients
Unsafe workplace, poor culture
The workplace culture appears to be very inconsistent, very few chances to advance within the Organisation. It can be extremely difficult to discuss matters of concern with Upline Managers,
long hours very little Positive Support from Mangers
Horrible company to work for . For example, at the beginning they make you do a computer training in which you see examples of things that happen during the Care Sessions. They tell you some 10 times that even if you believe or know that your Manager won't like it, you have to report all significant incidents. That's what I did and my Manager didn't like it so she made my life very difficult until I left.
Happy to provide support for my clients I was working with on a daily basis. Very rewarding and a humble day.
Great company to work for if you choose to stay an individual with a moderate support from upper management as a day to day occupation and issues within team based banter and support when challenging issues presented themselves.
Over the three day placement, I encountered a lot of new but interesting obstacles. My typical workday consisted of working alongside people in an office with many busy and important people. The hardest part of my placement was getting used to working in an office environment, but this also came with many advantages, through getting a firsthand experience of what office places are like. I developed many new skills including, communication, patience, teamwork and administration.