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Culture at Australia Post
- Average rating for Culture, based on 14 reviews8.1 / 10
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Culture varies by team, most employees seem to be reasonably satisfied. I have worked in 2 areas where the culture has been quite good, colleagues are willing to 'help a grad out', go out for drinks or have coffee to chat about work etc.
Communal, supportive, understanding and compassionate.
Most employees are friendly, cooperative and supportive of graduates. Socialising amongst graduates is high. We meet for lunch a few times a week, and often have social events of a night time.
Very flexible in terms of working hours, some areas are dynamic and fast paced, others are slower moving, and there are some organisational silos. Some areas are also more hierarchical than others. Colleagues are very sociable and we do go out for celebratory drinks or lunches when we have time to.
People are friendly and cooperative with each other within the team. Very social teams exist and good team bonding experiences.
The employees are great and have a very collaborative culture. It is also very focused on empowering employees and letting them make decisions.
Work life balance is great around here with many senior leaders working 'normal' hours. Our graduate group is quite close and tight knit.