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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Call Centre Operator in Brisbane QLD
on 21 April 2020
Good
Training good and people in track with others team leader support and call quality to make sure we're doing write thing over the phone time mangemant needs to be better andctgr organized luch break people take longer and fill out fill out form to be correct witch j have noticed but mmm manger and supervisor can not keep track because of all the employee that work there if pneed to s
Child Safety Officer in Cairns QLD
on 10 October 2020
Worst place I have ever worked Bullying culture
What do you say?Worst place everManagement micro manageworkloads too highBullying culture just awfulnot enough hours in the day to get it all doneyou need to have a legal background as now we do all the lawyers work Court work extremely high.not enough time to spend with families and this is suppose to be our job.
CSO in Brisbane QLD
on 26 August 2020
Warning - Do not apply!
I can not warn you enough do not apply for DOCS unless you want to ruin your career, ruin your health and possibly never work again. The Dept is toxic - all their stakeholders and clients do not like them - so it is hard working there when nobody likes the Dept - no matter how hard you try. You’ll be humiliated time and time again - most of the management are toxic. There is no supervision - even after experiencing some horrific events . If you’re a young social worker - don’t do it - you’ll ruin your career as most of the young ones walk out. Then that makes you look bad to get another job.
Placement Student in Wide Bay-Burnett QLD
on 12 June 2020
There needs to be a change in management at all levels and a review of standard qualifications to be accepted for practice.
There is a bad workplace culture at Child Safety and a mismatch of qualifications required to undertake all roles. Specialist roles need to be filled with relevant core qualifications as a minimum e.g. Social workers, Social Welfare graduates, who possess as a minimum, a Bachelor Degree. There also needs to be specialist training in OHS, Safety & Security of children so that staff are able to identify risks e.g. perpetrators, carers, partners, and physical and environmental risks etc. This could be facilitated by collaboration with police in investigation etc. and Crime Prevention. When OHS was raised at Team Meetings all staff would laugh, yet staff experience burn out and the organisation, the associated Workers Compensation costs. Morale is low. External Supervision should occur and not be as a group process to cut time. The time for External Supervision should be allocated as work time and occur at least fortnightly and be undertaken off site.
Director in Brisbane Central Business District QLD
on 7 April 2020
Well led, productive and inclusive work environment while I was there.
Provided an environment where innovation was welcome and effort rewarded. Resulted in committed and productive team work and a harmonious office workplace.

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With my experience in a vast range of other businesses, that have worked in l have picked up a lot of different skills. Customers or clients need to be handled accordingly. They are the people that keep your company going, and need to be treated appropriately, problems need to be solved as soon as possible for everyones benefits.

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