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Working at Rehab Management – Our Employee Benefits

Working at Rehab Management – Our Employee Benefits

At Rehab Management, one of our core values is being people passionate, and this is reflected in our commitment to hiring, recognising and rewarding individuals who support our values. We aim to foster an energised workplace so we can deliver excellent outcomes for all of our customers. We offer a number of benefits to our […]

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Finalists for Veteran Support Program of the Year

Finalists for Veteran Support Program of the Year

As a nationally accredited Comcare provider, Rehab Management has seen great success working with the Australia Defence Force, Department of Veteran’s Affairs and Department of Defence. Through the strong relationship our consultants have with the serving men and women of our country, they are uniquely qualified in understanding the culture, prevalent injuries and illnesses, and […]

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Work Life Balance – Zac Ellerton

Work Life Balance – Zac Ellerton

A core value at Rehab Management is our focus on being people passionate to offer exceptional service and quality outcomes for our clients, as well as providing our staff with ongoing support. This includes having flexible working arrangements and benefits to support the variety of staff we have in the company. These arrangements support the […]

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Health-E Learning – Rehab Management’s latest innovation

Health-E Learning – Rehab Management’s latest innovation

Introducing the latest in innovation from Rehab Management – Health-E Learning. Our Health-E Learning platform combines the power of learning with our expertise in the Health industry, with the aim of rewarding the Health-E Learning participants with exceptional knowledge and practical skills. As we continue to work in these rapidly changing and highly challenging times it […]

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StepUpToday

StepUpToday

When an individual comes to Rehab Management after sustaining an injury or is living with a mental or physical disability, they may be experiencing challenges impacting on their ability to participate in day-to-day tasks or achieve their personal goals. These difficulties might include spending time with friends and family, looking after their self-care, completing daily […]

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