Dunedin City Council Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue$145m to $730m (NZD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
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Admin in Dunedin
on 23 October 2019
Toxic workplace, bullying and awful managementA job that would be good if it weren't for the petty management. Bullying and harassment, lazy coworkers and pathetic management. The DCC is known for all of this but the higher ups don't care, they are content with the cesspool of a work environment they have created and encourage. Wouldn't recommend for sanity only recommend for the living wage if you can cope with the feeling of a day filled with nothing but the feeling of bashing your head against a wall dealing with these people.
Administrator in Dunedin, Otago
on 10 January 2019
toxic, stressful, exhaustingThe DCC is a place where some managers are able to yell and swear at staff, and bully people. Some of the managers are never there. When you try and raise a concern you just get told your concern isn't relevant. I am trying to find a new job now because it's so horrible coming to work each day.
Administration in Dunedin New Zealand
on 2 October 2018
If you want to be bullied, DCC is the place to goIf you want to be the bully, DCC is also the place to go as noone will stop you. They do have a whistle blower policy, but who is brave enough to use it.
a worker in Dunedin, Otago
on 22 July 2018
Soul destroying - dysfunctional and bully cultureThe negatives outweigh the positives I'm afraid. The leadership is dysfunctional. Some of the senior managers threaten and intimidate to get their way. Unprofessional leaders. The money is good but career progression isn't really available - flat structures and people don't leave (team and profession dependent). If you want to be surrounded by bullies and lazy colleagues and pick up their slack with no reward or recognition then the dunedin city council is the place to go.
manager in Dunedin, Otago
on 17 July 2018
Bullying, toxic culture and dysfunctional leadershipThere is so much bullying and a lot of it starts with the managers and senior leaders. There is a lack of transparency and recruitment to positions is on a 'who you know' basis. Depending on who you are, there might not even be a recruitment process!! I have witnessed bullying from very senior people but people are too scared to say anything and if they do they 'disappear'. Lazy people get celebrated and incompetence doesnt seem to matter either.
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The hr team just going through the motions. Sometimes they dont even turn up to interviews and they aren't prepared
Shared on 26 March 2019
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