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‘Pretty average. On par with what is required just with flexible public holidays and a day off for your birthday’
‘Standard amount required by law. ’
‘Good for mothers and would be mothers. Also for would be fathers. Comparable to industry in all aspects’
Perks were positive and consistent
Best thing is probably the $300 health allowance. Worst is the lack of help for grads starting out, I know some firms give home office allowances or uniform allowances, we didn’t get that. There are regular discounts available to employees, everything from apple to dyson to home loans. Paid time off is in line with what is required, nothing more except for flexible public holidays and birthday leave. Time in lieu is rarely given out, though in my opinion most staff would be getting a day or two off each month if they did give it out, which is probably why they don’t.
Benefits package vary depending on the team
It was a really great experience however the benefits were rather limited, more focused on Corp discounts
Comprehensive - As a graduate / senior consultant your salary is less than market rate so the company makes up for that with other generous benefits to help you cope with the busy periods of work.
18 weeks parental leave without 1 year working requirement
Flexible working and 18 weeks parental leave for the primary carer
No health insurance, however other wellness benefits exist
Best part you get discounted Samsung electronics
Normal. Standard like other big 4
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