Disability support worker in Melbourne VIC
Fun work placeWorking with AAA is good experience and learn more . All team member and work staff is helpful. And it hard to manage some of the client and get help by team member .
Support Worker (Casual) in Eight Mile Plains QLD
Great position, however toxic managementI was highly over skilled for my position as a Support Worker, being a Nurse for many years. Loved working with my former MH clients. Although Management only offered minimum 2 hour shifts x 5 days a week. Not enough work all in a day and with travel, tolls and fuel expenses. Management toxic to work for.
Disability Support Worker in Queensland
Self motivated client focused environment.If you are prepared to use your motivation skills, to encourage and enhance clients own skills to achieve there goals and independence. This is a great challenging client focused place to work.
Support Worker (Casual) in Central Coast NSW
Unorganised scheduling staff. Lack of communication from headoffice to field staff. Promised solid regular hours - local to my home The majority of clients were 40mins - 70 mins away for shifts that were only hour or two long No petrol allowancesOverall negative experience Promise the world and deliver nothing
Mental Health Support Worker in Melbourne VIC
Flexible work time during kids school time;Shift usually two to three hours
They arrange shift close to home;
Give lots of choice to reject job you dislike ;
Very nice shift schedule team to work with.
Usually match client and worker well.
Respect worker and treat them friendly , culture safe place , no colour no race discrimination.
Supply PPE at work place.
Supply frequent online training for employee with same rate work pay.
Update social media needs on time during Covid-19.
Customer relationship manager sorts check up feedback from clients often. Easy for workers to get further suggestion for better connection with clients.
Support employee counselling after an incident.