Good place to work but became quite political, more about who you know rather than what you know. Other than that most people were friendly and collaborative. Salaries for the industry are not great and there are never any raises or career growth opportunities.
CoWorkers are a big advantage as they keep you going even on the tough days. Everyone is friendly and there is always help provided when you need it. Managers and other staff are more than willing to work with you to solve any issues that arise.
Working and Unisson can sometimes be amazing but can also be a real struggle. There isn't much support for the workers and not much communication throughout the organisation. Pay is often messed up and management only seem to realise that there is an issue when something goes horribly wrong.
On the other hand Unisson can sometimes be a relaxed environment and depending on who you are partnered with for the day can really make all the difference. I would recommend unison as a part time job while you study.
Nice place to work with the right clients and staff can't fault them.
Management don't have a clue and are not very professional in doing their job as good as they could be its a shame really otherwise a nice place
UniSSon Management respects the work their staff do and it shows in their communication with staff. They recognise hard work by strongly encouraging Support Staff to apply for leadership roles they are confident they will excel in. I have been with the Company over 10 years and never found the same inclusive and person centred acceptance by Management with any other Company as i have with UniSSon.
productive and interesting, satisfy and rewarding knowing you've assisted someone to achieve their goals or daily task.
Building up friendships and bonding with the clients, one to one, assisting clients maintaining their health and wellbeing.