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I enjoy working for ACC and would like to continue to build on my knowledge in various roles within the company. Within case management roles it can be face-paced and personal career development is compromised due to not having time to step aside from BAU work.
New changes causing issues with all staff . It appears Management is uncaring and treating people like children.Work is fine and challenging though. Idea area where the Building is in Hamilton and we have parking which is good although that will change when we go into town.
good people (base workers)
stressful at times
I thoroughly enjoyed my time there because i have had to be very professional in handling cases and work on a daily basis. everyone was supportive even the bosses and the most enjoyable part of a days work is getting with the work that is what makes life at the workplace enjoyable.
High volume of data entry. Inhouse training by different staff which all not on the same page which reflects unfairness & impacts on set target rates. Management nice at first however later, not transparent, have their "own favourites" amongst staff members. This department works around individuals not "team work" as they say. Some staff & manager have bullish behaviour, not surprised as at the time lots of redundancies happening. Staff worried about there jobs, no career development within department. Everyone worked with their heads down, not much chitter chatter which shows staff morale very low. Really enjoyed the work, meeting staff but glad not working there, pay was pathetic. Not a lot of happy staff and it shows.
I don't know. This is not the best to make us write a review for a company that I have only worked for less than a month. Please remove this as mandatory .
A typical day at work was very busy and the productivity is high and great quality result-driven. What I learned from ACC is worked hard and team collaborative. Sharing knowledge with each other and celebrate success and having fun together as a team. Great workplace culture. Have a great understanding of different cultures and respects the individual cultures.
Good team spirit, no heirarchy between management and staff. Ongoing coaching catchup twice yearly. Appreciated for all the hard work contributed to the company.
Free lunches and team bonding events.
Limited opportunity for advancement.
Answering letter correspondence (levy resolution) and levy administration. Made good friends over the years. Flexible working hours. Culture ebbed and flowed; can be very good, then can be quite negative at times.
People not managed well in transition of restructure
Top of the line organisation. Passionate of its role in preventing injuries in New Zealand. Very positive and friendly work atmosphere. Regular training across a variety of programs--from Health & Safety, to audits, to Train the Trainer, Gaining Agreement... Enjoyed a variety of roles across my 11 years with the organisation.
Very positive for employee health & wellbeing
I worked as part of the Surgical Assessment Team. We had weekly meetings to discuss to team progress and any problems that anyone was facing for needed assistance with. It was very difficult in the manner that you often had to deny benefits to some clients that you felt were deserving. You work by a very strict set of rules and must follow them exactly, as this is the county's Universal Healthcare System. You must be a 'people' person to do this position and be super successful.
Work as part of team.
Get yelled at by clients.
I learned much about managing a large work-load, setting daily and weekly targets, and managing a large case-load. One of the most rewarding learning opportunities, and the Flexi-time gave opportunities to ensure a decent work-life balance.
Flexi-time, great training