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Office & Workplace at KordaMentha
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 19 reviews8.3 / 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.
Good location, fair facilities. Dress code is suit and tie every day.
Corporate dress code with no casual Fridays; location in Chifley Tower is great for easy access to bars/restaurants for lunches and after work drinks.
Entry level, Sydney
Our office has recently been refurbished to update the workspace. It is open plan as previously mentioned and fosters learning.
Very modern and appropriate. Dress code is respectable and professional.
Entry level, Perth
Located in CBD in a beautiful building. The office needs more meeting rooms and more storage. The dress code is business attire.
I have been to the Townsville, Brisbane and Melbourne offices and they are all in the best locations in each of the cities. They are all bright, open and welcoming. The dress codes in Brisbane and Townsville are semi-casual whilst Melbourne seems more formal.
Entry level, Townsville
The dress code varies depending on the city, however, professional/formal dress code is the usual. The office spaces are great, all have been updated/renovated and are located in the City.
Beautiful, well maintained and in the middle of the city. We are expected to wear corporate attire as we are in a professional industry. I would not class it as restricting at all.