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Good company to gain experience, not to have professional growth. No support from management. Can make good friends. The culture is not very good and lots of turnover
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Ruined by bad management

Favouritism is rife through the organisation, especially in security. The only training provided is repetitive WHS modules - which are routinely ignored or broken by management themselves. Fortnightly payslips are always incorrect, and the onus is placed on the employee to have them rectified. Systems are archaic, equipment and vehicles in constant short supply or faulty, uniforms are terrible, most of the staff have been intentionally trained to be lazy. Management constantly sweeps issues under the rug to protect themselves, their ego, and their friends. Management is lazy, blissfully unaware of the tasks performed by staff, and illiterate. Management is only concerned about themselves and their own excessive food consumption. Management will also routinely spread rumours, gossip and innuendo to negatively effect the personal lives of staff, including banning birthday parties. This means management has effectively stripped away the one positive and enjoyable part of the job. There is less than zero support from management overall. Yulara is a beautiful part of the world, however certain people in positions of power have largely ruined it.




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Good place for work in every aspect, no merit based geowth since 2019

Could have better leaders, especially gm's of the hotels Head of departments especially FnB department between 2019 n 2021. Do not care to retain good workers, I have seen 1000s of good employees come n go I my 5 years term and the management do not care at all, seems like it is on of their policies to not care for hard-working staff.


People around are great


Non merit based growth
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Staff Accommodation is too noisy

Many uneducated people there. They do not care someone who suffer from party noise. and they use the big speaker. so annoyed place and not livable at all
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Terrible attitude from HR, ZERO support from senior management.

Sadly, relocated to Ayers Rock Resort from NSW in 2012 as a Security Officer. Having worked in a vast field of the industry upon arriving and seeing what the security control room was like I knew it wasn’t going to be an easy adjustment. They lacked to provide the necessary equipment in order for us to do our role effectively, I was there in winter and we didn’t even have jumpers/jackets given to us where on occasion can easily get into the minuses at night. The primary role just like any in the industry is to protect people and property though without having management and HR backing us was a real let down. We were instructed to what we had to do, abiding by NT legislation though when we enforced the rules HR and alike 9/10 revoked the punishment and let everyone get away with murder, (not in the literal sense) Having the Police in Yulara would make you think it’s going to be reasonably safe working and living there, absolutely not. Back then most residents didn’t call the police in an emergency but instead us as we had a much quicker response time. During my 6 months, I attended, first on the scene violent assaults, domestic abuse cases and brutal sexual assaults. None of this reaches the media either. I highly doubt things have changed.


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No support from management, Hr, Security Manager. Everyone hates Security.
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Nice workplace and nice people. Management: a bit weird.

Typical day at work: temporary assignment has been easy for me. Learned: new operating systems. Management: her behaviors are still a mystery. Workplace culture: good. Hardest: no hardest, plenty of time with no work. Most enjoyable: when I could learn something.


nice and central workplace


manager not talking at all
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3.6 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.4 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2.8 out of 5 stars for Management
3.3 out of 5 stars for Culture

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