The offices are all modern, updated recently, great locations/views and facilities. Dress code is corporate wear, with casual Fridays
Our dress code is corporate, meaning suits for men (often only ties are required for meetings) and smart skirts, dresses or pants for women. The Perth CU office is in a high rise building in the Perth CBD which is a traditional office layout, with the majority of legal staff having private offices with communal areas in the centre of the floor.
Very good office space with two monitors and standing desks. Graduates either have their own office or share an office with one other person. There is a kitchen on each level and change rooms in the basement. The dress code is formal business attire except on Fridays, which is smart casual (unless you have a meeting).
The office is open plan. It has a fantastic cafe! The dress code is corporate wear, except for casual Fridays. The casual Friday policy tends to apply in January as well.
The dress code is business wear but I would say it is on the more relaxed end of that spectrum. The offices and facilities are fantastic, the cafe is great and there is a lot of administrative support.
There is plenty of space, in the CBD, close to a main train station. Dress code is formal with casual Friday.
It's a really nice office. Dress code is formal office wear with casual Fridays and casual wear for most of December and January.
A great location, very nice office space (with most people in individual offices). The dress code is corporate. Males wear long sleeve button up shirts (with ties and jackets for meetings).
Facilities are modern and well maintained and close to city area. Full kitchen is provided with coffee and tea facilities, fruit, biscuits, muesli bars and snack provided. Dress code is business Monday-Thursday and casual on Fridays.
Great spacious offices, library, kitchen and chefs, good client floor, a level of prestige
It's a great office located in the heart of the Sydney CBD. The facilities are also very new and modern. The dress code is quite formal.