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Workforce International security industry.

It got my first job in Australia at Workforce International in security industry during Sydney 2000 Olympic games on the site interview. After that, they had offered a second job through telephone call. But I did not know where was the address. Unfortunately..

Pros

Very caring, emporwering and full of prospectives industry.

Cons

Few Workforce International industries in Australia.

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Very good place to work. Office Staff are more helpful.

A typical workday includes loading and unloading of raw materials and/or finished products. Quality checking of products, packing product into boxes and stacking onto pallets. Maintaining the cleanliness of machinery and the general working area. Operating machinery. Follow WHS, environmental and material handling procedures and controls. We learn GMP-Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP-Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points, to ensure food safety and quality. We have an excellent management and my co-workers are very cooperative and helpful. The hardest part of the job is negligible and the most enjoyable part is the harmonious relationship between the staff and fellow workers.
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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

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When you work you get paid

Cons

When you don’t work you don’t get paid
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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.

Pros

Quickly learn that previous jobs were pretty OK

Cons

Do not expect pay increases or any support from higher management
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Overall rating

3.5

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3.4Work/Life Balance
3.4Salary/Benefits
2.7Job Security/Advancement
3.0Management
3.3Culture