Deloiite, being the size they are, have access to fairly significant employee discounts, including: Travel (airport lounge, car hire, hotels) New Cars (Lexus, BMW, Audi, Mercedes) Banking Childcare
Received both a cash bonus for prior experience and a wardrobe allowance when starting which was nice. There are benefits like salary packaging and health insurance as well. They invest a lot into your training too, with the opportunity to travel interstate for excellent training sessions.
Parental leave, purchase leave, in larger teams you can schedule time off pretty easily, volunteer leave, perks like travel partners
Flexible job arrangements allowing you to work from home or office when you need to do. No bonuses or reasonable pay rises.
Sub-par salary and very limited salary packaging, flexibility and other discretionary perks heavily dependent on favour with your partner(s) and gender
low remuneration basis, but get perdiem for off-shored projects
Flexible time off or working from home arrangements and some good benefits with other corporations (e.g. ANZ or some gyms).
Nothing special, just the standard multinational package you'd see in Australia with super, parental leave, discounts with technology partners and novated leases. It's not even discussed during the interview process, and when asked recruiters answer was "just the typical...".
no benefits not even for study leave - managers will turn down requests to take study leave for CA
No Bonus and share options
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.