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Productive with some work culture issues

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Working @ QLD health can be challenging as some staff are passively prejudice towards other cultures. there is also a work culture issue within most areas.


Good pay rate, mostly friendly staff. Staff willing to assist students


Work culture issue, some staff do not assist students, management in some areas assist friends before other collegues.
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Fun, nice people

Good job security, lots of help offered. They are very helpful with anything you need. The nurses will help you. It’s clean and most paitlrts are nice.
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  • Time and location flexibility
  • Feeling of personal appreciation
  • Ability to meet personal goals
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  • Support from manager
  • Overall satisfaction
  • General feeling of work happiness

Qld Health is great career choose but big changes needed

Needs more training in the management area just like those in forced to small business and more people skills again like we are thought to use on our workers this should be all same for all not one rule for gov and another for private sector. Remember this can be an easy fix if you want to climb ladder of fortune by brown nosing remember you must have pride of place and respect to the staff by these persons put in these rolls
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Great place to work

Very happy to have worked there.. Always learning. Was sad to leave. Workplace culture was good. Management approachable. Family friendly. Clients and Colleagues were from all walks of life. Transferring between departments was supported.
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Supportive environment with opportunities for growth and development if desired

Queensland Health offers a variety of developmental opportunities for those who are driven enough to seek them out. Educational courses and programs are ongoing ensuring each practitioner is up to date with best possible practice. There are a variety of facilities with various positions that would suite any health care professional. Most individuals who work within Queensland Health are helpful and willing to help others advance, acting as mentors and references. Aligning with the right people can be advantageous as this will help advance careers and open up doors and opportunities.


Supportive environments, growth and development opportunities, stable and good benefits.


Shifts are 24 hours, requiring staff to work each shift and availability to work weekends
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Everyone is just a number

Hard work very high care nonsupport from management I enjoyed it there but staff are just a number never recognised for a job well done staffing was always a issue


Salary sacrifice


Hard work
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Generally good staff relations

Work environment generally good, however, current work culture is poor with some staff generating gossip and displaying poor attitudes to work ethic. needs better management from superiors.


Good benefits and wage rates. most staff good to work with


Poor work culture and poor management form upper management.
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Experience and exposure

Working for QHealth has provided me the fundamental building blocks needed for my future endeavors. From critical and critical thinking, time management, patient care and communication (interpersonal and interprofessional). Management barely recognise the work of the professionals, more concern is focused on financial dynamics. The workplace culture is varied throughout the hospital. The hardest part of my job proved to be challenging behaviours, not just from the patient but coworkers. Needless to say, my conflict resolution skills have been enhanced immensely. The most enjoyable part of my job, most definitely advocating for patients: being a voice for others; emotional gratitude when patients express being thankful for my service delivery; standing up for patients rights and ensuring safe current evidence based practices are utilised to deliver safe quality healthcare.


Acquired knowledge and pay rate


lack of support from management
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Great work place

Ongoing education. Great benefits. Great support. Great learning environment with supportive colleagues. Great opportunity to build experience as a nurse.
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rewarding and fulfilling productive work helping staff and patients

assistant nurse, assist with personal care, of patients and activities as required. Assigned tasks as per senior nurse, and professional boundaries, standards, rules and regulations.


patient care and productive routine work, that requires time management and team work


split shifts, on call, irregular hours, can be unpredictable at times.
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Mostly an enjoyable place to work

Work culture needs addressing, however, the majority of the time it is an enjoyable work environment with good relations with work colleagues. management needs work in public relations involving staff.


mostly get the shifts that I request.


work load can be heavy at times
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For the time I have worked at Queensland health it has been pleasant and professional. The opportunities and skill development that the organisation provides is great and I think it is a great place to work.
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As an AIN it is a special job as you work with the most vulnerable and sickest in a hospital setting but you listen,watch and learn so much.

i Have enjoyed working along side of the RNs EENs and allied health workers if you are willing to learn the staff are happy to explain things to you.You never stop learning. Most are very happy to work as apart of a team . Most important part of my specific role AIN is you work side by side with the patients/clients and to make them smile,feel safe you become someone whom makes their day.Love to see people smile.


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good team and nurses

As an AIN I was always working with Nurses who were good to work with and i was always learning new things about nursing. This encouraged me to furthere my studies.
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If you dont want to work with bullies then do not work with Queensland health because they will do nothing to protect you.

I enjoyed working with the majority of supervisors and nurses, I think the organisation mostly is disorganised with lack of communication even with constant meetings to review these outstanding problems. They need to start listening to staff about there concerns about co-workers, management and supervisors as I have learnt from my experience at Queensland Health that the bullies in the system get away with everything, while the descent worker has to be exposed to this behaviour continuously. This is a major problem in Queensland Health though I believe this will never be rectified or given any thought, training and consequences for there actions, not a slap on the wrists and moved to another department in the system. When this occurs which is often, it starts all over again with a new lot of staff. Queensland Health should be ashamed of themselves for the bullying and mistreatment of staff they have allowed to continually be exposed to this abuse without any help from management or senior staff in giving discipline reaction when these situations occur straight away, Queensland Health should Give up trying to solve problems with mediation, as this can put an innocent worker in a vulnerable position with superior management.


Good earning money


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Productive and enjoyible workplace

I am doing 1;1 spesials , which described as looking after people with difficult behaviours , such as demented people . Team of people as co-workers and managment ia very friendly . The hardest part of job is communication with demented people , the most enjoybale part to be able to find the way to provide pleasant envaroment for this people .
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Queensland Health is a good place to work we all work as a team

A typical day at work is looking after residents .I learned how to lift how to feed dress shower residents.Manegment is there when you need them and they support you.My co-workers are good to work with we work as a team.The hardest part of the job is when a resident dies because we become close to them.The most enjoyable part is making the rsidents comfortable and making them laugh and feel at home


is breaks inbetween looking after residents lunch breaks


they are long hours but you get used to it
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Assistant in Nursing at Queensland Health

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Based on 285 reviews

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3.7 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.4 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.2 out of 5 stars for Management
3.3 out of 5 stars for Culture

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