Good facilities, open offices and easy access to the site. Not in the cbd therefore less stress about the commute to the city. Dress code is not strict and generally quite casual!
Across three levels with majority of employees on two levels. Open plan. Well-located in CBD next to major train station and places to get lunch. Access to company-only changing facilities in the building. Business casual dress code, but can be more formal or even less formal depending on the department and team. On Fridays we have casual clothes days and employees are encouraged to wear company merchandise.
Open space, close to train station, range of facilities and amenities - even have discounted massage sessions. Dress code is business casual, more on the formal side and each Friday there is a casual Friday.
Location and facilities are great. The dress code is business casual which suits the relaxed culture.
Close to a train station. Very cold casual dress code.
They're clean and open. And bright. They have coffee machines. And a yoga studio in the ground floor for surrounding offices. Close to cafes. Easy public transport access. It is all flexi-desking, so be prepared for not having a permanent personal desk. Dress code? Dress respectably, and you'll be fine. "Business casual" is probably the closest dress code. Some people wear branded uniform shirts every day, some people wear suits. These people can sit next to each other but isn�t a requirement.
Open with great facilities, open kitchens and an open area and deck on level 17. Dress code is comfortable and smart.
The Sydney office whilst well maintained can be difficult to travel to via public transport. It is also in a suburb where there are minimal facilities for extracurricular activities. Facilities are also minimal. However, the Melbourne office is in a great location and offers a good range of facilities. Dress code is business casual during the week, and casual on Fridays.
Open plan office in the Docklands. Relaxed dress code.