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Good bonus, averrage 15%. Good health insurance. Overseas travel options.
Very good private insurance coverage, Free fruits every day, table tennis and pool
Can work from home dependent on manager.
Awesome health insurance that cover the whole family.
Lots of benefits, but I don't take advantage of some like the discount program. Their paid paternity/maternity leave is OK but shorter than some other companies.
Good overall employee comp and benefit package
Best: Health insurance, Discounts through the lifestyle club, flexible working hours depending on team. Worst: Not flexible depending on team.
Private Health Insurance covered by the company.
Private Health Insurance, Coffee, Pool Table, Table tennis table, Fussball table, view of the harbour and NYE fireworks
Best: Second top level HCF health insurance (no excess, around 6.5K/year market value). A balcony with an Opera / Sydney Bridge views In the middle: Pretty small bonuses (you must be a chosen one to get 5%+), tiny (3-4K AUD / year, vests in 3-4 years) share grants, 10.6% superannuation (was set up at the time of 9% mandatory payment, not increased since then) - essentially you work for your salary. Salary increases strictly on/around inflation (2-3-4%/year), so it makes sense to negotiate as high salary as possible from the beginning. Worst: Cheapest cookies and tea/coffee. Very little amount of fruits (per office, delivered daily) - that's all the free food you get.
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