Pros: Flexibility, ability to buy up to 6 weeks additional leave, 14 or 18 weeks (depending on time at EY) paid parental leave for primary care regardless of gender.
best thing: 40% off Nike during xmas.
Only base salary w super - no bonus component.
External benefits such as health care, great social club benefits
The best things: leave, firm superannuation (with TPD, life insurance etc), heaps of diversity initiatives, able to work from home if it's appropriate and frequent opportunities to talk to health insurance providers, financial advisors etc at the office. The worst things: Time Off In Lieu (TOIL) has a lot of requirements around it (certain amount of hours per fortnight, capped, have to take in a certain period etc) so you can work overtime and not be compensated for all your time.
Great flexibility but pay packages are below market rates. The higher cohorts get below market but higher absolute pay packages which are sustainable.
Best: Salary continuance when sick and parental leave, flexible work Worst: poor base salary, minimal additional benefits, reducing number of perks like drinks or celebration meals
Best part is the options for up-to 6 additional weeks of purchased (salary sacrificed) annual leave. Flexible working arrangements are also available.
Flexible work arrangements are supported, e.g. if you need to work from home one day a week this can be supported. Option to purchase additional leave to take throughout the year (up to 6 weeks on top of annual leave) Great connections to other organisations for discounts (healthcare, gyms, technology)
The salary is low in comparison to industry, but the training & the quality of the staff you work with makes it worth it. Plus salaries seem to go up rapidly once you're in
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