Overall Reviews at Healthcare Australia
Flexible roster to balance family life
I can choose what times suit me and still get to spend time at home with my newborn baby. I can also go on holidays with my family on school breaks and come back and my job is there waiting.
ProsGood salary, weekly pay.
ConsNo physical interaction with management
Productive and busy position assisting all areas of administration
Managing and coordinating a very busy workload
Management was supportive
I worked well with all Co-workers and Stakeholders
I have been complimented on my administrative skills both verbally and written, my attention to detail
Well liked by all peers
I enjoy working with people on a day to day basis, as a team and assisting where required
I enjoy organising my daily workplan to complete all tasks
ProsBusy and varied position
I felt an underlying rift between senior managment that made me feel slightly preterbed about reporting lines and actual job description.
It turns out that my initial thoughts were correct
Caring Consultant Staff
HCA is a great organisation to work for - the consultants are friendly and personalise their contact.
They are supportiive in finding employment opportunities that staff are seeking.
I enjoy working with HCA.
Welfare Worker (Crisis Accommodation Worker) | St Kilda VIC
| 3 Feb. 2020
rewarding job, sometimes stressful, unpredictable shifts
friendly staff, rewarding job, sometimes stressful. Shifts unpredictable, sometimes not enough break between shifts. the hardest part of a job - assaults by children in care, very dangerous behaviour sometimes.
Disability Support Worker | Australia
| 9 Nov. 2016
great job for those looking to travel and maintain a good work/life balance. ability to maintain your own schedule an asset
amazing clients, very rewarding
Prosmanage own hours
Run away, don't walk
This company were horrible to work with. Area manager low in value, total bogan, but big on being a smart Alec. Classes held in random locations, eg: golf courses, church halls, gyms
No training equipment provided. Trainers are expected to supply everything including towels, sheets, pillows etc. Trainers are sent all over the place to train all different groups - don't get the same class for the whole of the course.
Unpaid monthly meetings - out of hours.
Not paid for marking. Really poor IT induction. Constant emails (which I kept getting months after I'd left)
Management extremely rude and dismissively unavailable to trainers.
Mandatory horrid uniform.
Super taken out of your pay, no company contribution.
I left after 6 weeks.
ProsYou're free to leave
ConsLow pay. No colleagues. Unrealistic travel expectations. Inadequate training settings.
Registered Nurse | Victoria
| 12 Apr. 2020
Differs in state
I worked in WA and most of the time I have a lot of shift from them they even give double shift sometimes but when I moved in VIC there is a week that there is no shift. this is frustrating.
very good supportive
Excellent timely contracts. Organised and assistance when requested. Management of contacts and travel arrangements are detailed and completed as stated. Accommodation organised.
A fun place to work. Every night is a different experience.
I enjoyed working for this company. It's a fine dining restaurant overlooking the Brisbane Water in Gosford Australia.
Great co-workers and every night is a busy so there's always something to do. Very nice hourly pay most especially on weekend and holidays on top of tips. The most enjoyable part of the job is interactions with nice customers even the not so nice one.