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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.
Quickly learn that previous jobs were pretty OK
Do not expect pay increases or any support from higher management
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.
Late starts and early days, there are some great people that work there
Everything about the company
Workforse is the most kicked back company in the industry . Have you ever had a job were you can sleep and get paid for it . There awsome they even let you know days before a drug test just to make sure you pass They look after you especially if you give the allocators gossip and Throw everyone under the bus .
I worked for Ready workforce for over 5 years and they had work for me all the time the management work great and office staff were helpful i'd recommend this company to anyone.
the distance you have to travel.
Simply put... *You are required to sign an outdated Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) that really only benefits the company in making profit, before even eligible to work with Workforce Road Services, and most recent EBA was rejected by Fair Work Commission, due to multiple formal disputes. *You are paid on Casual basis, yet, you are criticised by Management for not wanting to work Full-Time, and in many cases, you won’t receive any work from allocator, if you dare to dispute the matter or don’t accept job texts sent at random hours. * You can potentially earn good money working in Traffic Control, but, you need to work for more than 60 hours a week as Casual to earn a living and/or have enough saved, if work becomes inconsistent or you become sick and cannot work, as you get no benefits that Full-Time (rare) employees are accustomed to getting.
Decent Job For People Wanting Short-Term Work
Long Hours Are Needed To Earn Decent Pay
Telling an employee there not “good enough and too slow” because another employees actions would not work for this company they mess you around tell you there gonna transfer but really there not doing anything for you, just sit and wait for nothing absolute joke
Alright to work for but they hire to many traffic controllers with not enough work so some days you go weeks without work so not a job for stable income, Some very friendly supervisors who will teach you a lot and give good advice but most just talk about each other and gossip like crazy.
Good pay rate, Some friendly supervisors.
Not much work, Too many traffic controllers, SOOO much gossip...
Worked for them at different sites in Ingleburn. Induction was good but inconsistent with work and apathetic when you had a family emergency etc Need to make their clients aware of casual workers and how casual employment affects them instead of site management harassing the casual over factors outside their control Need better communication between Workforce and their clients so there is no misunderstandings.
Long hours on feet, inconsistent work, poor communication between Workforce and site management
Was a casual position Management was good Good work/life culture hardest part is that its on-call casual only liked the work but no permanent positions were available when I was there
Sometimes you get tempted in life by illusory things, and that is exactly what Workforce is I have been around the traps and have worked for good and bad - my advice DON'T work for these charlatans no matter how desperate you are for work - you have been warned!
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.
Busy Working Days, Every one Works Efficiently, Safety is Paramount at workplace, Good Timings, Good management, Workers Respect & Supports each other. Love To Work Keeps Busy Full Year, Every Year for All Workers So Far.
Free Coffee, Tea
I work at various metropolitan and regional locations, As it is outdoors and we are always on the move I do enjoy my days, I find management are approachable. My co - workers are generally team players and of varied backgrounds. Open & friendly, The hardest part of the job is working away from home for periods of 2 - 6 weeks. The most enjoyable part of the job is being outdoors and on the move.
Away from home allowance and meal allowance for same
casual and seasonal ( winter generally means 3 months shutdown due to weather conditions
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