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‘18 weeks of paid maternity leave’
‘community and wellbeing days off every quarter ’
‘The company has made significant progress in recent years’
great benefits and community days every quarter.
Wellbeing day every quarter; paid parental leave
Dont bother going with their insurance, cost too much and a waste of time. Stick with your own insurance.
Good benefits and culture. Health and wellbeing days were amazing.
Discounts for health insurance, company superannuation scheme, rebates for childcare, opportunity to purchase annual leave, 1 additional "wellbeing" day 3 times per year for health and wellbeing needs (eg. Medical or wellness appointments etc). Flexible working options. Good paternity package.
People And superannuation access to corporate rates. Community engagement. Management supper the on going learning of the entire team .
Pro: Work flexibility. And, Con: biased management
- Health fund discount with Bupa. Feel skin checks and health checks. - Discounted Fitness First membership and Fitbit benefits. - Fresh fruits and Chobani yoghurt available as well as fruit juices and other healthy snacks. - Discounts on appliances, cars and goget membership. - 1 health and well-being leave day given per quarter. - Stellar points system in place where employees can redeem points for products/gift cards.
Lend Lease has always been forward thinking company when it comes to employee benefits, and it show's in initiaves such as the extensive Paternity leave program.
Flu shots, skin checks, health and wellness seminars Flexibility available in theory but subject to whims of individual managers.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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