Excellent for beginners as company provide lot of apportunities to get trained.
it was kay i think
Flexible options, which can be tailored on each individuals personal needs
Fairly average benefits considering the austerity of the firm.
Free private insurance, stock options, commute and phone reimbursement, lots of training and training resources, supportive team, great culture
Solid private health insurance, working from home is not a rule.
1) above market rates 2) have to wait on some of the medical benefits.
Heavily paid in stock, which >70% employees don't get if they leave before 2 years. Long tenure required at torturous environment to get all the Stock
Holidays and other WFH, Maternity&Peternity Leave, Sick Leave, Retirement Leave, are the best. Nothing is the worst.
Health insurance co-payment. Covers optical + dental + alternative treatment (eg: acupuncture) Phone is claimable up to AUD 150. Opal card to/from work is claimable. Work from home occasionally. Paternity leave 6 weeks. Sign on bonus. Stock equity. Flexible hours (to some extent) Some come at 8 and leave by 4. While others come at 10 and leave by 6. Depending on your team you may have to work on public holidays. You however will get a +1 on your leave day.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.