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- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (AUD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
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Project Administrator & PA in Sydney NSW
on 23 June 2020
Big projectsWorking within a small team on big infrastructure projects was interesting, and at times very busy and pressured. However, the relationships and support between colleagues was excellent and therefore helpful during these times.
HR Manager in Sydney NSW
on 20 August 2020
Shocking. By far the WORST place I have ever worked.Have you ever watched Utopia? This place is exactly like it but worse. If not, just watch the nightly news to see all of the government incompetence, leadership backstabbing and deception and bungles and you'll get an idea of exactly what this place is like. This is Covid's hotel quarantine and Ruby Princess exemplified. And they get away with it. Transport for NSW is a a terrible place where everything is fake and they talk the talk and don't walk the walk You would be horrified to see the way they waste your hard-earned tax payer dollar. Incompetence is everywhere and usually rewarded - people are constantly promoted beyond their level of competence. It's impossible to get things done, either because of the rules and policies or idiots in powerful positions who just don't want things to change. The place is overly political, risk-averse and process-oriented to the point of suffocation. No results / performance orientation whatsoever and yet ridiculously long hours - time spent doing a whole lot of nothing! If you perform too well or speak up, you will likely be bullied and treated badly. And you'll watch the 'suck ups' promoted rapidly. Senior leadership and HR are dodgy. The best people leave in disgust because they can get a job elsewhere. This leave the many who can't to perpetuate the culture. The leadership constantly talk about "being kind to one another" and yet I have never worked in a place where good people are treated so badly. Honestly, "be kind to yourself" and dodge this poisoned bullet.
Project Manager in Sydney NSW
on 16 August 2020
Culture of harassmentAs a typical government agency, if one wants to work here, S/he needs to be prepared to work with some Corporate Psychopaths in different levels. Bottom line is you need to work here if you enjoy the culture of intimidation, humiliation and harassment.
Assistant Contracts Officer in Murray QLD
on 14 June 2020
productive and a fun place to workI worked at TfNSW for over 2 years on a temporary contract. My funding ended so i ended. I enjoyed looking after bus operator and making it a safe and reliable service for all the school students needing to use the bus service.
Sourcing Officer in tfnsw Burwood East
on 22 May 2020
AppropriateAll questions were answered with appropriate understanding of the applying for higher position s are very competitive and knowing someone helps to get a certain job
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