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‘Best part is nobody monitors ’
Degree of flexibility but clear plan that allow to get a work life balance. Support to have extended leave as required was availble.
Annual Salary increase is minimal
Travel and no real assistance from the company in this regard
Benefits are available, but not always easy to find out info on how to access them
Staff allows to purchase more leave days every year and free flu injection every year.
No benefits package for performance
flexible working environment including hours worked and working from home if suitable to the project
Ability to purchase leave is one of the best things about the benefits package. The private health insurance deal is not very good.
The company organises Death, TPD and income protection as part of your package. Included are 20 days paid annual leave per year, 10 days sick, up to $700/year in professional membership subscriptions excluding RPEQ annual fees. These are an extra benefit. The worst thing was no budget for training or professional development.
Positives: Paid maternity / paternity leave scheme, employee healthy lifestyle program, lunches often provided during scheduled lunch time training or meeting events, reasonable with training and further education support.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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