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Office & Workplace at IP Australia
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 28 reviews8.2 / 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.
Cubicle is OK size, facilities are all nearby. Dress code is informal, whatever one likes (within reason).
Plenty of space in cubicles. Dress code for examiners is fairly casual.
No dress code, can be casual but respectable and suitable for the workplace is sufficient.
Provided offices and workspaces are excellent. No dress code, smart casual.
Dress code is relaxed, with employees in anything from a suit and tie to a t-shirt and jeans, mostly on personal preference. Facilities are decent, small kitchens but breakout spaces etc provided.
The office is quite big and will provide equipment for people with injuries, etc. The dress code is not as stringent depending on what area you work in.
The office I work in is spacious and provides sufficient facilities for me to carry out my work. The dress code is casual.
The office spaces are good and have everything I need.
The office is quite large, with a cafe located on the bottom floor. There is a lot of space in the office with a kitchen and bathrooms on each floor. The location is 10 minutes from the Canberra CBD. The dress code is anywhere between full suit and tie to semi-casual.
Dress code is not strict. We are a back office so people choose to wear anything between corporate and casual.
Dress code is relaxed. Offices are cubicles with a reasonable amount of room. Facilities are excellent.
Location is quite convenient and the facilities are good (though no frills like a gym etc). Dress code is much more casual than other public service offices.
Office location and facilities are good. Dress code seems to be smart casual.
Computing facilities are excellent and space is fine. Dress code is flexible.
Convenient location close to parking, shopping centre and restaurants. Spacious layout. Dress code smart casual.
The office space and facilities are very good. Location is okay, about a 10-15 min walk away from an inner city train station. Dress code is casual as. Some people dress up more because they like to.