Payrises above CPI are extremely rare. Flexible working arrangements are excellent.
They offered a fairly standard benefits package for an Australian financial services company, though I think their maternity / paternity leave might have been slightly better than average.
Good remuneration, offices are in a central location. Company has a good brand name behind but is not as ambitious as the other ADIs.
They don't have a single good quality.
Good staff benefits for banking products
Comprehensive benefits package and a reasonable salary offered. Salaries across the team are generally inline with the marketplace and there are plenty of other perks. Great flexibility.
Work from home is accepted.
worst thing is consistent Overtime at work with no flexibility to work from home
Lots of loans are given out to staff without the proper precautions. Most staff are allowed heaps of personal loans and credit cards. My friend got a personal loan worth $30,000 within 30 mins of walking in the door of a personal banker. She earns 50,000 a year and is 21 years old. She bought a car. Not the best financial decision but the bank doesn’t care.
Discounted Insurance, home loan rates, and some retailers. Thing is, you can get the equivalent by simply shopping around.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.