1. They pay is low and they only pay you night rates after 10 pm
2. They don't for your time or KMs in between clients which is being the norm for this industry
3. Poor communication between management and rostering staff. It's annoying to have multiple staff members call you up repeatedly when you've already stated you are not available especially if the calls start at 5 am
4. They rarely pay for staff training and when they do it's because the training is affiliated with one of their industry partners
5. No career progression or opportunity to build new skills when they put you into a "program" which means you work exclusively for one client
Stress, large caseloads
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