Office & Workplace at Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C)

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.

The dress code is more formal than other government departments, but not more formal than the private sector.
Entry level, Canberra
The facilities are modern and open, and the location is quite beautiful. Dress code is standard professional attire.
Graduate, Canberra
Dress code is formal business depending on the office that you are in. The Barton office is more formal while the Woden offices are less formal. The office space matches.
Graduate, Canberra
Company’s technology systems and offices are out of date. Takes a long time for government to catch up to new ways and modes of operating in an office space — competing employers are Google etc.
Graduate, Canberra
Formal dress code in National Office.
Graduate, Canberra
Widely varies between offices, but majority of offices are quite old and need work.
Entry level, Canberra
Dress code is professional, which suits the staff. Facilities are not state of the art, but are quite good.
Entry level, Canberra
The office is fairly new and it's quite a good place to work with modern amenities. There are adequate desk pods, offices, kitchen/lunch areas, bathrooms and change rooms with showers. There are lockers, bike racks, etc. The dress code is business, no casual Fridays.
Entry level, Canberra