The office space is big, location is good and facilities are good. Dress code is business attire but it is a little bit lenient, men don't have to wear ties every day, only when they have client meetings and women aren't expected to always wear heels.
Good location for public transport, facilities are always clean, plenty of space. Dress code is relatively corporate casual when at office, but more formal if visiting clients
The dress code is quite relaxed when in the office, which is nice.
Bike facilities are great. Office itself is getting a bit outdated. But with the move to the new building I am expecting this to change. I believe standard height adjustable desks are a necessity for all employees and I thoroughly hope that with the move to Southern Cross this will be provided. Furthermore, electronics (laptops etc) are not quite what you would expect from a company like this and I believe a much higher rate of efficiency would be possible if this were improved. Dress code is professional. Casual Friday only once a month, but that doesn't make a big impact.
Cabin offices for most senior staff and open shared desks for other employees
Green recycling bin as well as regular recycling, people don't seem to understand what bin to use though. Plenty desk space. Dress code is suit dress for males, and tieless