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Salary at Norman Disney & Young
- Average rating for Salary, based on 12 reviews6.7 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
The current bonus system works well and makes you feel like you have accomplished something by working hard throughout the year. I believe the pay rate is lower than other engineering firms but the community at NDY makes it a non-factor
Fair for grads
From what I have heard, it is less than previous years due to a restructuring, but pay rises do occur at about 4%
I'm a grad - so the pay is good but still an amateur salary (which I understand, so no qualms with it), and haven't got a bonus yet since I'm still new.
The initial graduate salary is in the upper band for engineering companies which is balanced by the amount of work you are required to complete.
The pay is very reasonable, I and higher than that of most of the other graduates I know
It is ok.
Should have bonus for graduate
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
The company pays for a lot of team fitness events (e.g. Corporate Triathlon, Bridge to Brisbane, Corporate Games, etc.)
table tennis table in the office extra week of annual leave
For birthdays, receive free movie tickets. Taxis and dinners are also provided if working back late at the office.
Laptop for working, Friday night beers, end of trip facilities.
Breakfast provided, social gatherings, taxi's home and the occasional dinner if working late and movie tickets for your birthday.
Five weeks annual leave and up to half a year's worth of gym membership paid.
There are a lot of supplier functions which you get to attend (sailing days, nights out, trips to Melbourne), we also get 5 weeks of annual leave a year.
Beer and social events.
5 weeks of annual leave instead of 4.