17% Super contribution is excellent, and is in addition to the advertised salary for applicable jobs. Salary sacrificing is also available for a range of benefits.
Stated flexibility but not always practiced. Terrible tendency to abuse fixed term employment by keeping people on rolling renewals as per permanent but not with security benefits of permanent. Low renumeration for the position, slightly better than peer organizations in same education sector though. Shifty HR practices being introduced as i left.
Flexible working hours and senior managers that are very understanding, continued learning at a discounted cost, good access to health insurance as well
Flexible working hours are a huge plus for me especially when I had to settle personal family matters
Work from home is allowed. Flexible hours is a real bonus.
- 20 casual holidays every year - time off from 24 December to 1st working day after 1st Jan - Unisuper superannuation fund - 14% superannuation by Uni - 10 Sick Leaves - 5 Family Leaves
There isn't really one, beyond that which is legal
The pay is great for casual roles. That said, training is not always provided. People are friendly and hours are flexible.
Lots of packaging benefits, but not a lot of sacrifice benefits. After 6 months, eligible for course discount, and double industry average superannnuation
Time is quite flexible and super is relative good
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.