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Toxic workplace

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Cannot talk for all the programs but the Child and Family Preservation is very toxic.No equal growth opportunities for everyone and bully staff if you disagree with Management
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Awful experience. Terrible management

Started off good. Management changed however and the team was exposed to intimidation, stress, zero support, workplace politics, terrible leadership, unrealistic timeframes, burnout and no option of overtime pay only TIL. Team was told to “start fresh” by management, without acknowledging staffs feelings and concerns, they did not address the real issue, leading to most of the team leaving. The company needs to have a good look into the staff who are managing teams.


Lovely team members


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Not an inclusive company

No room for advancement unless your a yes person and fit the mould in a certain way. Massive divide between management and staff no proper communication or being heard!


Wages are good


No one cares
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Terrible place to work

bullied by 2 separate team leaders - who were rewarded. They chew you up and spit you out like rubbish at the end. Management/team leader are very small minded people, living a very small life.... intoxicated by their sense of power




unrealistic expectations
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Avoid this organization

Lack of support for workers. Incompetent management. Lack of diversity. Inhouse promoting of bad management, Protection racket of incompetent managers.




No consistency
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  • Ability to meet personal goals
  • Energising work tasks

A positive and collaborative work place

Case management of clients; psycho social assessments; goal setting and planning; psychological support provided; advocacy and practical support provided; parenting strategies based on behavioural and attachment models provided.




Child protection challenges and risk.
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Based on 46 reviews

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3.5 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.3 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.7 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2.6 out of 5 stars for Management
2.8 out of 5 stars for Culture

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