Flexible working environment. Uses the google platform which is great for collaboration across the company and makes working from home, on your laptop in meeting rooms or different offices very easy. Good employee offers - corporate health insurance discount, Optus discount, bootcamp and gym discounts. All employees get access to a Lynda.com/LinkedIn learning account. Friday afternoon drinks and trivia quiz. Table tennis and pool table. Free health checks and flu shots. Employee Assistance Program
The only benefit I get is a discount from Optus for prepaid deals. That is all. I would like more benefits.
Zero percent growth for a few years. Depending on position - no where to go. Employee Share Scheme was a waste of money. Only good thing was Flexible work agreement.
low pay and long hours
The sales task I was on was virtually impossible, the whole couldn't meet the commission structure of one person. Was poorly organised from the top, but that is not the fault of Salmat but the company that had employed them.
not much in the likes of benefits really. i act awards for internal staff to nominate each other. very strict work practices, no paper on desks, and dont argue with management.
Perks: - Purchase additional leave - Fruit on Mon & Wed - Corporate discount for health insurance Cons: - No good gym discounts or subsidies - No food at Town Halls - No birthday celebrations - BYO drinks on Friday
Plenty of staff discounts from gym to super to banking etc
You have to be directly employed by Salmat on payroll to receive good benefits.
Salmat partner with a lot of big clients who often pass on corporate benefits to Salmat employees, for example discounted private health.
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