Great place and benefits, revognition program, purchased leave, membership benefits, share scheme.
Great work life balance for dads with very good parental leave policy in the first 12 months of child's life
Best thing is emplyee discounts on loans. worst thing is no gym membership
Flexible working (dependant on manager) can be amazing, when allowed. People and culture is a heavy focus. Pays differ greatly per person (on the same levels and if EC/WC) and nearly impossible to negotiate pay rises once in a role. No transparency on pay decisions - and a bonus potential is NEVER reached no matter how good your performance is.
Access to CBA’s online staff benefits portal where you can enjoy discounts on travel, car hire, electronics and many other products and services.
Fee free bank accounts and decent rates on loans. Good leave allowances across the board at the time of my employment.
It's a fair company but not the best in industry
hard to increase your salary if promoted internally
Very multiculturalism, great for international student applying for employment.
the best thing is that the salary for an entry role is quite decent starting at 60180k a year. However commission is very hard to earn and often not even considered by staff.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.