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Office & Workplace at Boeing Defence Australia
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 10 reviews7.9 / 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.
Nice and clean facilities that are practical, convenient, and aesthetically pleasing. I am referring to the desk environment, tea rooms, and end of trip showering facilities. Nice Job here Boeing :).
Excellent office for my project. Open floor plan, good chairs, sit-to-stand desks for everyone, good laptop and monitor set up.
Smart casual for non-senior management positions
Graduate, Brisbane, QLD
Great facilities and equipment.
Crowded open plan offices are the norm, which are terrible for high-focus technical work (which is the norm). Dress code depends on team and exposure to customers - ranges from casual wear to smart business attire.
Central CBD location. Good kitchen/bathroom facilities on every floor. Main large kitchen/coffee room on level 7. Dress code is "Business Attire". The stereotypical office working environment, really. Complete with the horrid "open plan" design where every conversation and phone call of the 20 people in earshot has the opportunity to interfere with your productivity.