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‘Very good benefits they have’
‘Yes one can avail if it’s genuine and if can submit the health records. ’
‘Have flexible and supportive plans and one can avail which best suits them. ’
Standard same as every other company I worked for
Pretty bare bones and complex salary packaging. Make sure to understand the actual salary offered.
Very hard to get reasonable pay rise
Benefits - for outstanding employees you will get shares
Working from home was good.
Company perks include really flexible work hours, depending on client meetings, regional and International travel for client work and also for training schools and development workshops. The in-house training is usually hands-on and extensive. There are lots of corporate discounts across a range of retailers, which is helpful (e.g. groceries, electronics, clothes etc). However, private health care doesn't seem as competitive as getting it externally but it might work out better if you have a family.
GTS: Currently flexibility with work from home but there is a program to drive staff back to office 5 days a week.
Too soon to tell. Have only been at IBM for <1 year. From my time at IBM, the benefits that I've receive and the flexibility of my role has been great!
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.
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