great paternity leave (up to 3 months). However, forced office closure over the break so you 'lose' 2 weeks leave every year.
as a large reputable company the employer benefits scheme is quite sophisticated and progressive. Would be up there with the best i suggest
excellent discount for buying BMW in Australia. Benefit exceed most firms.
Excellent parental leave, available for men and women who are primary carer. Up to 3 months of full pay if at the firm longer than a year. Great benefit. In line with the big 4.
Perks n extension unsure. Hence did not consider
My particular division at KPMG provides a great study allowance for new graduates. This includes the full cost of your CA enrolments (At current rates, $1200 per term or $3600 per year) as well as enrolment in the CAANZ run classes (at current rates, $990 per term or $2970 per year). This is in addition to your base salary earned as a graduate. Furthermore, you will receive regular in-house training to develop your job-related skills, paid leave during exam periods (up to 3 days, and the opportunity to pursue secondments overseas / at other firms in addition to your usual benefits. Overall, a great place to start your career as a new graduate, network and build your technical knowledge.
No good perks were offered for me
No health insurance, basic accolades and encore awards. Online discount benefits to many online instant vouchers such as Woolworths and Coles.
A bit tight on paternity leave...
OK - the reward package (where you get monetary amount towards vouchers - e.g. $500 or $1000 at David Jones is pretty good)
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