Benefits package is fairly flexible in terms of leave, bonus, job training, and access to discount programs ... but, unless you're an executive hire, packages rarely include stock options or equity.
Standard benefits as any other Australian company. Only difference was the two years of sick leave available.
The salaries are barely competitive, with few perks. There are a lot of engineering companies out there offering free lunches, holidays and a great working environment etc. IBM seems late to the party to react to these changes and modernise to attract talent.
employee discounts, sick leave, working from home options
The salary is competitive compared to other professional services firms, but low compared to technology firms. Other employee benefits are little/ insignificant.
maternity leave, working from home.
paid sick leave up to 365 days every 2 years
All benefits are now degraded. Very little on offer
You will get paid well below the market rate unless you are the top manager and they know you will stay because it is a good place to gain experience.
All is covered by Australian law...Best - heaps of learning resources. worst We dont have tea or coffee in the kitchen.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.