Working at Blue Care: Company Overview and Reviews in Australia

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Blue Care
178 reviews
Blue Care, AU Ratings
Average rating of 178 reviews on Indeed
3.4Work-Life Balance
3.3Pay & Benefits
3.1Job Security & Advancement
Level 5, 192 Ann Street, Brisbane Qld 4001
Health Care

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Overall Reviews at Blue Care

Bus Driver | Southside QLD | 6 Nov 2019
Rather not review
Not able to review at this time as still an employee and will be full of information if and when I leave the organisation. Not able to review right now
Support Worker | Queensland | 25 Dec 2015
Was a GREAT team at Wynnum branch
Great, supportive Management and team members. Loved visiting different clients and developing programs and activities and seeing clients benefit from being supported and enabled.
ProsJob satisfaction
Conscant think of any
Activiteitenbegeleider (m/v) | Maleny QLD | 17 Sep 2018
verzorgende van bejaarden en activiteiten begeleiden,zoals spelletjes ,muziek en ontspannende entertainment
Prosdankbaarheid clienten
Conshoge werkdruk
Assistant in Nursing | Brisbane QLD | 29 Feb 2020
Great Company
Blue Care are an amazing company to work for. I have been with them for nearly three years now and have advanced within the company easily with ongoing training and support. Would highly recommend them.
Caregiver | Cairns QLD | 12 Jan 2020
Good place to work with nice care and respect for the elderly residing there.
I had a good time there gaining personal carer hands on experience, while understanding and experiencing the indigenous culture as well. The care given was extremely professional and the slightest issue was addressed in a short time. The staff gets updated on the residents in the handover, and the changes are updated in their system as well.
Home Care Worker | Cairns QLD | 19 Dec 2018
Great Company
Great company to work with/for, just lacks support and the care factor. Great training but can never hard to get in touch with management. Give you all the tools you need to do the job. Response times are messed about for attending to client's
ProsMeeting clients everyday
ConsLacks management support
Philanthropy Manager | Brisbane QLD | 28 Nov 2016
One big caring family
Blue Care is made great by its people. The people at Blue Care really do care about others and each other. I worked here in various roles for fourteen years. I guess I stayed so long because I felt at home here.
Prosone big family
Health Services Administrator | Wynnum QLD | 11 Oct 2016
Great team of Allied Health Professionals
I work alongside a great fun bunch of men & women who make the workplace an enjoyable place to be. We all love being a part of the community in helping the aged to manage well enough & fit enough to be in their comfort of their own home with their loved ones.
Community Assistant | Maroochydore QLD | 26 Mar 2014
Can be fun but stressful. Lots to learn in the Blue Care way
Very busy organising staff. I deal Alot with the Clients(dementia Specific) and their Carer's. I put programms in to place. Coordinate the day to day running of the CBDC I coordinate the In home services I do most of the ordering for CBDC Plan meetings Hardest part of my job is dealing with the Carer's when they have lost a loved one or their loved one is no longer suitable to attend CBDC. Best part of my job is knowing that we are all making a difference in our clients and carer's lives. Helping them remain in their own homes and to see that smile on their face. It's priceless
ProsGreat Management. Further education available if needed or wanted. Very structured
ConsI would love to be able to work 5 days a week instead of 4.
Executive Officer | Gold Coast QLD | 7 Jan 2014
Not For Profit Organisation
A typical Executive Assistant/HR role. Great location and great staff.
Personal Care Assistant | Fairfax County, VA | 17 Nov 2017
Plenty of work available.
Life work balance is your choice as you can have all work and no life or minimum work and more life .. the work is there if thats what you want. Lots of salary benefits with salary sacrifice etc. Good Luck.
ProsJob security and salary benefits.
ConsCan be long hours between 6am and 6pm.

Questions And Answers about Blue Care

Why do/did you like working at Blue Care?
Asked 6 Mar 2017
I loved my job as a Community Registered Nurse with Blue Care, I had great managers in Brisbane's South Side, then I was offered a job at Elanora, there was a great team spirit but an awful manager, I believe she was sacked for bullying! Not soon enough in my experience with her! Otherwise I would still be working there.
Answered 2 Nov 2019
Blue Care they very good in introducing quality care to residents.
Answered 23 Oct 2019
Is it possible to get a 38/40 hour working week
Asked 25 Sep 2018
Depends on how flexible you are and who you know, the culture of Blue Care today is towards casuals as they are easier to manipulate and they do not have to commit any type of loyalty as far as hours or time frames to them. You will get no hours one week, a few hours another and then won't have time to breath in yet another. No consistency unless you are privilaged or know someone. It's even hard to get part time positions now.
Answered 9 Dec 2019
Very difficult. No consistency if service with so many part timers. Meant often doing work in own time, unpaid.
Answered 24 Dec 2018
Does Blue Care have a staff discount? How much is Blue Care’s staff discount?
Asked 6 Mar 2017
No. Staff discount.
Answered 20 Jan 2019
Was never advised about any discounts available
Answered 24 Dec 2018
What is the hourly rate for personal carer opposed to personal carer domestic
Asked 16 Aug 2018
Loading for casual?
Answered 19 Dec 2019
PC is paid at a slightly higher rate.
Answered 3 Jan 2019
How long has B.ue Care been around
Asked 14 Feb 2018
Years. But now an outcomes / processes based not a care based focus.
Answered 24 Dec 2018
Many years. No longer what it used to be.
Answered 29 Sep 2018