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Culture at Australian National Audit Office (ANAO)
- Average rating for Culture, based on 20 reviews7.5 / 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.
Professional culture, very friendly, perhaps slightly archaic.
Fantastic teamwork within the organisation, everyone supports each other. Being a small organisation, it allows us to be more familiar with superiors.
Very supportive culture. We have more women in our workplace then we do men. We tick every box in terms of cultural diversity as well!
During office hours, the ANAO is a collegiate place of work with peaceful, calm work spaces, populated by respectful and tolerant individuals. Teams are focused, knowledgeable and diverse.
There is a very supportive workplace culture and the organisation is relatively non-hierarchical. The executive is easy to access and there is a culture of willingness to share knowledge and contribute to different areas/projects where needed. The organisation is guided by strong leadership which motivates me to perform well.
A good emphasis on finding a work-life balance, very understanding of family commitments. Most graduates are part of the same wider social network. Small teams seem to cooperate well even when staff are moved around mid-project.
I think the culture varies across the office. Some areas seem to be excepted to work long hours and weekends at certain periods of the year. Other areas are much more relaxed and social. I have never been expected to work additional hours and my supervisors have always been flexible with allowing me to take leave when I want/need to.
Good culture within the office during work hours, all colleagues are extremely dedicated and I have had a great experience with team work based on my current assignment. After work hours I have a good social life with the other grads in my year.