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Salary at RB
- Average rating for Salary, based on 13 reviews5.7 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
I think that the pay for a graduate is in-line if not slightly above average, and there is a clear salary progression program.
Pay is not that good for a grad. But when you come off the grad-program it is really good.
Pay/Bonus should not be a driver for anybody
Paid for experience not responsibility
We are rewarded on our success so our bonuses are competitive and career progression is incredibly quick (if you work hard) so you move up the ladder pretty quickly
I am young and get paid well in a position I would not be in at another company. In terms of the role itself and what it is worth, I believe it is under market rate, but as I said, I wouldn�t be in this position with this breadth of experience anywhere else.
Entry level, Sydney
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Incentive conferences to international locations multiple work events and functions
The whole company went to New Zealand for conference this year
Company conference; social events; free products
Conferences (we recently travelled to Queenstown - all expenses paid), free dinners, social functions - food and drinks included. My current role also allows me to do a lot of interstate travel too