Dress for your day, so you can dress quite casually when not seeing clients. Office space is spacious and modern, although hotdesking can be a pain and at times not enough desks for everyone. Nice view.
Dress for your day in place, so if the client is more corporate, we have to dress for this but if the client is casual or working in the office then casual clothes are fine. Office is a bit cramped
Open concept, hot desks, dress for your day policy, good kitchen facilities.
The location is great - right in the heart of Britomart. We have great kitchen spaces and a gym onsite too. We have moved to a dress for your day dress code, so if you don't have client meetings, you can wear smart casual clothes to work
Centre city location, great office facilities (kitchen, seating area) hot desking, private meeting rooms available etc. Dress code is dress for your day - so wear what is appropriate for your commitments that day
Presentable, above average, could be more collaborative and googlesque.
New office. Dress for your day policy in place
Office is open plan and is a hot desking situation. This is better situated for the nature of our job (as we are often not in the office). Desks are wide, clean and have dual screens and plugs. Not every desk has the option for standing. Dress code is what suits you - you can come casual if you are just in the office but if you are seeing a client you should dress more business-like.
It's a great office! Very accessible via public transport. We have large desks and have a gym in the office, too. The only thing I would note is that we are always short of meeting rooms. The dress code is great, we have adapted a 'Dress for your day' policy in which you can decide how you dress (e.g. formal if you have a client meeting to smart casual if you're just in the office)