Mission: Our vision is to be one of the world’s great service companies, helping our customers, communities and people to prosper and grow.
To us, it’s vital that our vision is clear and that our entire workforce believes and stands behind it. We ...
I have been working at Westpac Group full-time (Less than a year)
1. Clear expectation of the outcome and support helping you to reach your goal
2. Clear guidance on Westpac's stance on ethics and bank's responsibilities for customers, staff, and the wider community.
3. Great work life balance through flexible working, truly embracing agile and activity based working.
1. hard to find a seat sometimes at the Barangaroo office, sometimes long line at the L5 cafe... (such first world problems lol)
Advice to Management
I really like the induction / orientation program, it definitely sets Westpac apart from other companies that I have worked with in the past.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Westpac Group (Sydney) in August 2015.
Application submitted via internal recruiting portal, so did not need to do aptitude and personality tests. Went through three rounds: phone interview, face to face with role manager, and face to face with state or regional manager. Previous term in role requirements and unwillingness for manager to approve transition resulted in delayed start date. Managers in new team were open and willing to accept conditions, to secure talent. Regular follow ups from HR and new manager throughout the recruitment process.
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