very bad with moral, during tough times of contract renewals
Business Relationship Consultant (Former Employee) – Sydney – 10 May 2014
MEGT is a very large company, that had a lot of very experienced people, and MEGT didn't do enough to keep them when they were approached by other apprenticeship centres, and they then recruited very in experienced staff for very crucial positions, then closed all communications with internal departments, which made it very difficult to track paper trails due to software changes, and no further training on internal processes, and under staffed departments.
MEGT was not a company that was very innovative, and depended very heavily on government funding for the apprenticeship centre, and therefore, only reacted to changes, instead of being pro active, and making sure of how to continue with the upcoming changes...
the nature of the business meant that change was inevitable, but it seemed that they were always reacting when it became extremely dire, and reacted with mass redundancies. then with only a few months passing the positions that were made redundant, became available due to further change in demand.
lots of community networking events, and TAFE presentation functions
lack of communication with field staff, and internal staff