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Office & Workplace at GlaxoSmithKline
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 36 reviews7.8 / 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.
Open plan building with great views from every window. Great area in Abbotsford near great bars, cafes and other cultural hubs. Facilities are in process of being upgraded and the dress-code is business casual.
The office space that I work at is a manufacturing site primarily, so the office buildings are a little older on the outside, but very modern on the inside. The IT section is more of a cubicle setup but the rest of the office space is open plan with hot-desking.
Location is great! Office is open and friendly with a great kitchen.
Office space is a hot desk policy with freedom to move desks each day. Dress code is smart business
Open plan space which makes it easy to talk to everyone. There is are coffee machines, tea/hot chocolate/chai lattes can also be made. Close to transport. Business casual dress code and smart casual Fridays.
It�s an open office plan so we can all see one another, no secluded desks. We have a 'hot desking system with some desks too where you're able to move around and sit in different spots as you wish on different days. Great kitchen facilities and great sized meeting rooms ranging between 2-100 people. Location is 10- 15 mins out of the city by train with a few small nice cafes around. 5 minute drive to Smith Street also. Dress code is business attire however is not strict. For men it is suit pants and a long sleeve shirt however a tie is not required. Women are able to wear suit pants, skirts, dresses, blouses (short or long sleeve) as they wish. It is not super formal either. Casual Friday's apply too which is good.
Open plan which can be noisy. Business attire
The GSK Auckland office is very modern and has an amazing view of the Viaduct.
The open plan aspect of the office is great, as people are encouraged to walk around and talk to each other. Facilities are nice too however the location was always less than preferable for many. Ermington is a decent location however as it is quite far away from central places such as the CBD, it can be less than ideal for many.
Office space is good, the level 4 deck is a great place to get fresh air and the facilities are well maintained.
Really like the open office plan Corporate dress but relaxed within my team
At my time at GSK, there was plenty of office space and lots of natural sunlight with great views of the city. The office feels very welcoming, with couch seats, bean bags, and with clean and modern bathrooms and kitchens being easily accessible. In addition, there are also standing desks which are a bonus and hot desks - so you are able to mix it up a bit from time to time. GSK have also started placing potted plants around the workplace, so you feel like you are one with nature. The dress code is semi-formal, but we have casual Fridays!
Old site that needs some work.