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Perpetual / Fordham

4.1
  • 500 - 1,000 employees

Perpetual / Fordham Reviews

GradAustralia surveyed 6 graduates working at Perpetual / Fordham. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.1
Based on 6 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Great people and work culture
  • The company is very flexible. I work from home once a fortnight and they are flexible with if you need to leave early or take a longer lunch hour etc. The people are all really welcoming and helpful as well. The managers I have had are very encouraging and supportive in regards to helping with career development.
  • Flexible work policy means healthy work life balance. Perpetual is "big enough but small enough" such that it is possible to make an impact, business is supportive with educational opportunities. We also have the best themed Christmas party every year.
  • Flexible work policy and respect for healthy work life balance, meaningful projects, lots of invitations to corporate events and other activities, support for additional study given.
  • The work environment is extremely friendly.
  • Out-dated systems and processes.

What Insiders Say

7.2
Career Prospects
7.2
Career Prospects
While I am still a grad, I can see that promotion opportunity may be limited due to the long tenure of employees in senior positions.
8.5
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.5
Corporate Social Responsibility
8
Culture
8
Culture
The culture at Perpetual is one that is respectful of work-life balance and is inclusive and supportive. Culture is one that embraces improvement and there is a lot of opportunities and project work.
9
Diversity
9
Diversity
Good maternity leave, objective to achieve certain targets to ensure gender equality thresholds are met.
8
Satisfaction
8
Satisfaction
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