I was bullied by a senior worker for some time. Dli discussed it during supervision with 2 Practice Leaders and it was ignored. I was not the only one bullied by the same person. If you speak up for yourself, expect fairness for everyone and appreciation; this is not the place for you. I resigned and would rather be broke that sit back and tolerate the obvious pecking order and blatant bullying. Worst experience ever.
Great learning opportunities. Reasonable pay. On going training. Very generous in provision if training.
Appears as if some places have implemented policies and procedures very well and it is working well.
Shame that I happened to experience where these great policies and procedures were not implemented at all.
Does Uniting require a background check? What kind of background check does Uniting do?
Standard work history.
Proof of Identity and Education.
Cars are provided but there are not enough at times (especially for unforseen emergencies). Petrol is paid if you need to use your car for training etc.
I enjoyed the work when it eventually became a workable case load and a new Practice Leader joined the team. I did not enjoy the preference shown to friends of senior staff, not having a voice, being overworked and bullied. I left because the bullying was ignored and even the Union advised there was nothing that could be done. Favouristm is rife in this organisation and some staff can get away with unprofessional behaviour for many years because of this.