Dress code - corporate mon-thurs, casual fri. �Can differ between different offices. �City offices are in a good location.
Company has multiple offices around the country, some are better than others. Facilities are not new but not too old either. Dress code: men are in shirts with no ties. Casual Friday (men wear jeans and a t-shirt).
New, well designed offices, open plan layout, lots of natural light, good central location. Dress code is fairly relaxed, no ties or jackets required generally.
I am located in the Sydney CBD office. It is an open plan office with relatively new furnishings and a nice big kitchen that many staff eat their lunch in. The dress code is best described as corporate-casual, except casual Friday.
Office is in the heart of the city (so great location), and it is great inside too! �Dress code is generally business attire, normally not so formal as to require ties, etc. (except maybe when important meetings are involved).
Business - no need for jacket and tie. Casual on Friday.
Nice offices will all ease of access to amenities. Layout may be a little outdated but easy to use.
The AEMO offices have good facilities and are generally in a good location in the major cities. �The Melbourne office has a more semi-formal dress code - i.e. no jeans and t-shirts on Mon-Thurs; we do casual Fridays. ��For guys a shirt and suit pants (no tie), and ladies nice top and pants/skirt or dresses.