A culture of over worked underpaid staff who work long hours in a challenging and stressful work place. No support. Poor management throughout the department And top heavy
Evidence of workers burnt out and tired. Extremely high volume and heavy workloads.
Very poor attention to mental health for staff and very poor work life balance. Workers expected to attend office to work office hours regardless of the neccesity to do so. For example no crisis to attend to and no clients to visit interview so staff required to do computer entry work and phone calls in the office despite this work could be completed at home. Often 10 to 12 hour days particularly in Child Protection
Staff nearing retirement age not provided with opportunities to work reduced hours in preparation for retirement
Some Staff moved from team to team for no apparent reasons without prior warning. The list goes on. No leaving or exit interview ever takes place so no room for staff who resign to make any feedback or comments
Very poor. Non engagement. Lack of core experience for transformation at project director nand above and below. Poof english and accreditation to do the job.
The culture is a top down culture with decisions often being made based on public and/or media perception. Recent years have seen a shift in the approach of child protection and children in care. This is progressive, intelligent and refreshing, but can challenged by all work levels resistant to implement change
Good. Culture is good. Harmonious.
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