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14 May 2019

Pros

They are focused on building a good company culture and have a genuine interest in the needs of their employees. Very focused on health, wellness and providing training and development to staff. Managing director is great at leading and empowering his staff.

Cons

Alot of change happening with change management not handled very well. Rapidly changing business needs. CEO more concerned with money and number of placements rather than team.

Advice to Management

Spend more time in generating a solid strategy, involve the team in the decision making & change process & continue what you are doing in terms of putting your teams needs as the number 1 priority. Happy employees = happy clients

Managing director is great at leading and empowering his staff.

14 May 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Australia (Anonymous Employee)

7 June 2020

Pros

Staff were nice, but many were terminated during covid.

Cons

At management level is a bunch of incompetent folks, guided by a just as incompetent CEO (more like a glorified sales manager) with the mentality of a car salesman: quick wins, now. There is no long term strategy for the business and it’s not a surprise they’ve been around for 30 years and never scaled. Career and growth opportunities are an empty promise. Lastly, how the company behaved towards its employees during covid is absolutely repulsive. Firstly, communicated everything and everyone would be ok. Then, got rid of their people (many of them on visa faced deportation) without thinking twice. No honesty, transparency or empathy whatsoever, because they had to do “what’s best for the business”.

Advice to Management

Take a course on how to run a business.

At management level is a bunch of incompetent folks, guided by a just as incompetent CEO (more like a glorified sales manager) with the mentality of a car salesman: quick wins, now.

7 June 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Consultant in Sydney (Former Employee)

19 October 2020

Pros

Some of the team are really cool, if you are part of the click. The the business allows dogs in the office. Really understanding when it comes to personal life, if you got a doctors appointment or have an issue more then happy for your to make up the time later. Not a lot of micromanagement from the leaders. Not super strict on KPIs unless they drop very low.

Cons

Very high turn over, not secure work at all. They will make threats to your employment all the time, this is seen as a motivation tool. They are a bit old fashioned when it comes to recruitment. Lack of celebration of diversity in the workplace. Data base is full of fake calls and information due to unhappy staff. P&C will lie to you, even if you know they truth and they know you know. Don't communicate well, nothing is done it writing/emails for referal. There is a lot of politics that goes one behind the scenes. Seems like the business is being set up to be sold. The handling of the COVID situation was just shocking and HR should have a strong look at themselves and their practices.

Advice to Management

If your turn over is this high, do you think something is wrong?

The handling of the COVID situation was just shocking and HR should have a strong look at themselves and their practices.

19 October 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Solutions Consultant in Australia (Former Employee)

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