This is my true story of suffering both mental and physical disability since 2009.
Further to “Whistle Blower”‘s most enlightening guest posts Allianz whistle blower spills the beans and Allianz TMF bean spilling session part 2 here comes the much anticipated Allianz TMF bean spilling session part 3, giving the injured worker more of an understanding into what it’s like working for Allianz from a senior case managers perspective and shedding light onto there dodgy practices for all to see.
Further to “Whistle Blower”‘s most enlightening guest post Allianz whistle blower spills the beans“, here comes Allianz TMF bean spilling session part 2 – Arts and crafts, clueless senior management , nazi style legacy & cult like end of month meetings…served with alcohol and caviar!
Oh my, we are truly privileged to have received an anonymous bean spilling by a former Allianz TMF (NSW) employee! It is alleged that Allianz TMF uses some extremely unethical tactics to mismanage workcover claims, but also to ‘manage’ their own staff! From bonus payouts to the teams who achieve the lowest costs and highest claim declinatures (=rejections), to skewed ‘stats’, to… demanding sexual explicit deeds!
The following article was submitted as a ‘Guest Post’ by Harry Hatzis, which focuses on bullying within the Victorian police force.
The following article re workplace bullying was submitted by “Harry Hatzis”, as a Guest Post, and focuses on the credibility of a bullied worker, providing some insightful tips. Harry is writing an academic legal thesis on workplace bullying, victimisation, harassment and racial discrimination and whether the laws provide adequate redress to psychiatrically injured workers.
The following article re workplace bullying, harassment, discrimination and victimisation was submitted by “Harry Hatzi” (Facebook name Harry John) as a “Guest Post“. We were not quite sure whether or not to publish it as it may come across as an advertisement for a legal firm or lawyer, under disguise. However, given Harry appears to be genuinely interested in the topic (and writing a thesis), we have decided to publish the article.
The following article was submitted as a “Guest Post” by “HardRockTuffNut” and covers employment records and how to access them.
In a perfect world, workcover insurers (and their case managers) would exist to help you recover, and to accurately assess and pay damages and costs after a workplace injury. But the truth is, workcover case managers work for the insurance companies they represent, and as a result, they are often more interested in protecting said insurance companies than protecting your best interests, including your recovery. The following Guest post highlights again some common dirty tricks insurance companies use to try to get out of paying for your claim.
Avoiding Reimbursement Scam
So you book and pay for a Taxi/ Accommodation/something similar
Your lovely SCM sends you back your reimbursement payments only to find yourself “paid less” AGAIN. It exceeds the recommended amount. WTF. But nobody tells you the recommended amounts.
This has happened so many times and it totally gives me the Sh*ts!