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Office & Workplace at Gilbert + Tobin
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 27 reviews8.8 / 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.
Offices are new and open plan. State of the art facilities. Dress code is relaxed but professional.
The Perth office has just relocated to Brookfield Place on St Georges Terrace. We are on the top floor of Brookfield Tower 2, which means we have spectacular views of the Swan River and Kings Park. We are completely open plan (partners included), which makes our work much more collaborative and has really strengthened team spirit. All of the desks are sit-to-stand, and the change in posture during the day really invigorates you. The end of trip facilities in the building are also fantastic, with a towel service, shampoo, conditioner and body wash provided, hairdryers, hair straighteners, iron and bike racks.
Open plan. Really nice.
Amazing brand new open plan offices in the CBD with full facilities. Dress code is 'relaxed' corporate. There is opportunity for personality o be expressed and space for colour unless you are going to court.
The location in Barangaroo and the office space is excellent, the open plan layout gives everyone enough space (and the same space whether a paralegal or partner) and encourages people to meet across teams and groups. The dress code is whatever you make it, some people wear jeans and a t-shirt until 15 mins before a client meeting, and change back 15 mins after. If you like to dress up in a suit or get involved with the latest fashions you also will not find yourself alone.
Brand new open plan space at Barangaroo. Fantastic location with plenty of existing and emerging cafes, restaurants, shops etc. The dress code is generally formal without being overly so (there is flexibility)
beautiful light, plants everywhere, standing desks, great water views, close to the water to go sit in outside. It's amazing. The dress code is not too formal, also rare for a law firm, and casual Fridays are great. Would be good to move to a "dress for your work day" model like PWC, if possible!
Good location and view. The Sydney and Perth offices are very new with great ergonomics and views. No-tie businessware is acceptable in all teams except litigation. Casual Fridays is very casual.
Location is good - 101 Collins Street. Fit out is outdated and poor and pales in comparison to other offices of the firm. Noise is high, spaces are crowded, decor is drab, ergonomics of desks are bad. Desperately need an upgrade or to move buildings in Melbourne.
Great office space at the prestigious 101 Collins St, with lots of natural light, indoor plants, collaborative spaces and wide open walkways. Dress code is professional but not conservative (suit and tie is not required)
open-plan; adjustable desks; in-house subsidised cafe; locker and shower facilities; print room; mail room; formal dress code but casual Friday
Barangaroo - good location, open plan office, modern facilities, dress code is smart casual
amazing office space in Sydney's new hub. relaxed dress code
State of the art office fit-out and design in Barangaroo, including sit-to-stand desks for everybody.