Terance Tang, Invacare’s Payroll Administrator, is a big believer in balance, in regards to work and life, as shown in her favourite quote: Happiness is a place between too much and too little. What Terance most enjoys about her role at Invacare is the fact that it allows her that work/life balance that she appreciates so much.
Terance’s role involves working on all payroll matters - she processes end-to-end payroll, attends to payroll related inquiries, generates payroll related reports, and ensures that staff are always paid accurately and on time.
Have you ever lifted or moved a patient to feel that awful familiar twinge in your back, knowing you’d hurt it yet again? Sometimes, despite extensive training and proper lifting techniques, manual-handling injuries can occur.
Injuries sustained when moving or lifting patients is a major issue and the most common cause of injuries for people working in health, aged care, rehabilitation, and disability services. From nurses, carers, cleaners, laundry, and maintenance workers, to administration and kitchen staff, all have been injured during manual handling of patients.
Laura Plambeck is our enthusiastic Sales Support Administrator and is a big believer in seeking to improve herself. In fact, her favourite quote is: “Inside you is the potential to make yourself better, and that is what it is to be human. To make yourself more than you are.”
When Jenny was growing up, her goal was to get a job to help support her family. It wasn't until both of her parents were in aged care that she became aware of her passion for helping people. Jenny now cares for a range of residents with dementia in an aged care centre providing person-centred activities.
Stephen Dean is an Invacare Technician who is passionate about reducing the amount of time customers wait for repairs and spare parts.
Stephen, who regularly visits Invacare customers to repair items, as well as visiting nursing homes to train maintenance staff to attend to minor issues, says, “customers and the nursing homes find this service very valuable as it saves them a lot of time and worry.”
This International Women's Day, Invacare Australia/New Zealand is celebrating the story of an amazing woman - she is a mother, a successful athlete, and a passionate advocate for a cause she has good reason to believe in.
Eliza Ault-Connell is a 38-year-old para-athlete who has represented Australia, winning medals at a variety of global events including the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.
Yasmien Khan is our Executive Assistant to the Vice President and General Manager, in the Asia Pacific Region, and is generally considered the Invacare Australia/New Zealand “go-to” person. Yasmien says “Invacare is a great place to work as there is solid support for development and training, and we have a great group of people who are passionate about their work.”