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Office & Workplace at Australian National Audit Office (ANAO)
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 20 reviews6.6 / 10
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Dress code standard is quite high. Everyone has adjustable stand/sit desks and any other hardware we need to assist us, is readily available.
Office fit out, facilities and location are all pretty good. Dress code is smart business, although we do get a casual Friday every once and a while!
Heating is inadequate.
Offices are easily accessible by public transport. Parking is available, but slightly competitive. Offices are clean and well-lit, tea rooms are usually well-stocked and supplies are decent quality, and there is enough stationary provided. Dress code is appropriate and easy to follow - it would be nice to have some written guidelines, but no-one seems to have any issues adhering to unwritten rules.
The building is quite old so the bathrooms aren't very pleasant. We have free tea, coffee and milk in the kitchens which is nice.
The office space is suitable. I haven't worked in many offices so I'm not sure what to compare it against. The dress code is very professional.
Open plan for junior /intermediate staff . Offices for senior staff. Formal business attire. Guys can dress without ties in the office.(when they have no client contact)