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Office & Workplace at Leidos
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 23 reviews6.7 / 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.
Pretty standard office with cubicle-style layout. Standard facilities. Some of the facilities we have are quite impressive though (world class) but I don't get regular access to them. Location is nearby to shops and restaurants, which is good for lunch breaks and meetings. Dress code in my area is fairly laid back, a mix of smart-casual and business. Varies on people and meetings with their clients.
The company's dress code is business attire and every Friday is a casual dress day.
The new office space is very clean and fairly open. Promoting discussion and collaboration with others. The facilities within the building are also very impressive if they are made use of. The dress code is very good. A smart casual look so you don't have to come in with a suit or even business shirt every day.
They are a number of offices located in Melbourne. The city office is a new more open plan building. While the Dandenong offices are old, small, and quite segregated. The need for secure areas with locked doors results in people being separated. Kitchen facilities are adequate for the number of people. Dress code is fairly relaxed with people wearing anything from smart casual to formal business attire.
Dress code is business Mon-Thu, with smart casual on Fridays.
No windows and cramped desk space. The office is in a good central location and there is no real dress code, collared shirts and dress pants are recommended but not required.
Generally spacious, modern and comfortable. Available desk space has been an issue at times because of additional hiring but action is being taken. Dress code is business casual with casual Fridays. You can have casual everyday if you like.
The office I'm in is quite nice with a lot of natural light and located near a train station. There have recently been plants placed around the office to brighten it up a little. The facilities are good - the kitchens have microwaves, ovens, toasters and fridges. As the company is expanding, there is a space problem - there aren't enough desks for all of the people that are hired. The dress code is business casual and we have casual dress Fridays.
Graduate, Outer suburbs of Melbourne
Open-plan office. Business casual dress code.
Dress code is neat/smart casual, our engineers are often dressed quite relaxed. The office space is great, with access to building facilities including bike storage and badminton courts.
Dress code is on the low end of smart casual for developers. Shorts allowed. Office is amazing, has a great view and located in the middle of the city.
Most offices are nice although the office location that I work isn't located centrally so public transport options and lunch options are limited.
My current office is old compared to the other company locations and there are not many food or coffee shops within walking distance. Dress code is business Monday to Thursday and casual on Fridays
The dress code is business, but jackets and ties are not required