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Capgemini Australia

  • > 100,000 employees

Office & Workplace at Capgemini Australia

8.2 rating for Workplace, based on 16 reviews
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Office is alright, though it could be bigger. Hot desks. Good location, close to train stations, shops and food/drink. Dress code is casual in the office, but should reflect the dress code of our clients if we are working with clients in person.
Midlevel, Sydney
Little experience in offices due to WFH. However, time spent in office is average. Hot desk system, and sometimes difficult to find a desk, depending on how many people working from office.
Graduate, Sydney
The office has all the amenities that you need. Large sized desks with large monitors and comfortable office chairs. The kitchen has a coffee machine with fresh coffee beans. Dress code is business casual.
Graduate, Sydney
Located in Melbourne CBD Spacious and comfortable seating spaces Top notch facilities Formal dress code and smart casual on Fridays
Graduate, Melbourne
the office and dress code is not too strict and allows me to work comfortably.
Graduate, Melbourne
We have plenty of hot desks in the office which are on first come basis but we mostly work in client offices. Our dress code is comfortable, according to new policy, we are okay to wear anything as long as we are comfortable in it.
Graduate, Melbourne
Very flexible as long as you keep it somewhat professional
Graduate, Melbourne
Quite outdated and barely used.
Midlevel, Adelaide
Nice office space in the CBD. There isn't a strict dress code, people wear what they are comfortable in but aim to at least match the client's level of formality when on client site.
Graduate, Melbourne