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MYOB

4.8
  • #5 in Technology
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Salary at MYOB

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9 rating for Salary, based on 18 reviews
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
The pay is very good for the position.
no bonuses, but pay is ok. I am a grad so unsure of how it changes as I progress...
The pay is good coming from a different company, especially entry-level I never expected to earn this much
Junior level get paid really generous, maybe need an increase when people move to middle level
I have no idea if there are bonuses as grads don't get them.
It's low but Auckland, in general, is pretty low.
Pay is decent. No bonuses for developers.
Well defined and structured.
No bonuses during the grad time. Not sure if others receive bonuses.
For the role I am in, the salary is good.
I get paid market rate
Very fair in my situation.
We are paid to learn. So am really happy.
We don't do bonuses in my area.
The concept of an associate developer seems a bit strange. Other companies allow you to move from grads to developers, but at MYOB there's a middle step before that. I don't really like this structure.
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
The company provides a lot of free food and discounts too other companies products.
flex leave - we are given an additional 5 days of leave if our annual leave falls below 3 days.
constantly free food in the kitchen!
free fruits, drinks/snacks on events, training budges, discount at JB Hi-Fi
Everyone has a learning budget to spend on books, conferences, etc. and teams have some pretty awesome team-building trips (like axe-throwing!).
Learning expenditure, and group outing with mentors paid for too.
Car parking + Hack days
Higher Pension Investment Amount
Learning budget to extend our knowledge. Great team events.
extra 5 days of leave
every employee has technical mentors and buddies
Tech discounts
Lots of free food. Friendly culture
Free fruit on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lots of events in the office. Health care. Ability to attend tech events. An allocated learning budget.
Discount with JB, Apple, Dell and some other deals with private health insurance, cars, etc.