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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (AUD)


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 82 reviews and is evolving.


Warehouse Worker in Various ones
on 26 March 2021
Good thorough management, very fast paced workplace; well paid.
Easy interview experience but it was quite a mission getting shifts as you are constantly calling each day to confirm (a shift) availability. The pay was good for the work done and they always the award rate.
Traffic Controller in Northern Rivers NSW
on 27 April 2021
You are not stuck in a building with air conditioning and fluorescent lights
You are out side in a different place all the time. Working with different people from different walks of life. You need to be motivated and not lazy. You can’t leave it all to one person to do all the work. If you show initiative and work hard you will get more work
Recruiter in Australia
on 6 April 2021
Toxic Culture and Dated Processes
Branches are under-resourced - normally a 1 person show; payroll under-resourced / unavailable for candidate issues; no marketing / sales material; no marketing department; no HR Department; no inter-office collaboration / sharing of clients / leads / national deals; no safety team; no pay-rises EVER, no direction, no incentive, no support; a dollar driven, high personnel turnover business that does not care about it's own people. Very sloppy and reactive management; A real winning organisation.
Road Worker 3 Labourer - Traffic Controller in Russell Vale NSW
on 29 March 2021
1 contract is not enough to put food on the table. They were shocking.1 contract is not enough. X2 four hour shifts a week or fortnight is not enough. They did not have enough work. The lady in the office did not care about getting more contracts.
Coordinator in Australia
on 18 August 2020
Toxic and unorganised
Terrible place to work, from the lack of management and supervison to the absolute terrible work ethics. If you challenge certain senior managers you're employment is as good as terminated. Everything is micromanaged from the top. No HR also means onboarding and exiting is a joke, which means when you have a problem with your manager, you have no one to help you through it. They will sooner get rid of you rather than address the issue which just means someone else needs to go through the drama you have just been through. Staff turnover is ridculous.

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Insights from 40 Indeed users who have interviewed with Workforce International within the last 5 years.
Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two