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Micro Management, poor support from hierarchies during personal struggles with workplace bullying. I have emails as evidence that Management are aware however 2 months later still no support and little changes made in the work place with improving and enforcing positive behavior.

HR was poor cling after work hours and was completely biased explaining that going to Managment about my concerns was inappropriate and should ever have happened.

Company in many areas of my knowledge are poor, lack good judgment and people skills.

I have witnessed in many occasions managers talking down about clients staff and their disabilities and personal incidents that occurred in the workplace and one in particular mentioning "she will have a tough time if she pis*es me off like she pis*ed her pants at work that I had to clean up"

Would not recommend at all!!!


Extended at times without allowance for remuneration.
Overtime is unpaid at times and OT remuneration is decided by direct line manager which changes and causes relationship issues where trust is lost due to sudden change to suit the moment or attitude.

Management lack transparency and are difficult to trust.


Extremely poor.

Workplace discussions are difficult to even listen to. Many conversations are personal, negative and completely disrespectful and degrading when speaking about others and clientele, customers and contractors.

Company is indeed in need of auditors to review surveys, customer feedback and ensure appropriate action is taken where appropriate.


It's delivered as if it's always your fault. You are just a casual employee, you are disposable and you are treated as such. Even if you have witnesses in your favor and something goes wrong rest assured it will still be your fault.


As above. That's really the only good thing.


Dont attend. Go home. Pat yourself on the back and be thankful you dodged a bullet!


Treat us like humans, treat us the way you'd like to be treated.


Depends where you are? Quite often it's all about quantity not quality. There are so many different jobs its hard to be definitive.


Pay was the only positive


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