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Office & Workplace at Suncorp Group
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 23 reviews8.1 / 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.
Offices are currently being upgraded/updated. Facilities are getting better. Dress code is relaxed, could be more formal.
Entry level, Sydney
Many offices across the country. Actively moving from older style to new, state of the art facilities.
Entry level, Brisbane
Offices in some cities are nicer than others, although we are currently working on consolidating and moving to new buildings which some cities have already done and some have not. Overall, the office space is a very open floor plan and encourages hot desking whereby you sit at a different desk each day so that you get to know different colleagues. Dress code is business casual.
Location okay - facilities are old and no set desks can make people feel disconnected from their team.
Great locations, facilities and ample space. Dress code is business casual (no ties/jackets most of the time) and smart casual Fridays.
Our Brisbane Square head office is clean and modern. We have recently undergone a real estate consolidation, meaning that our Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne offices are now state of the art. Our Sydney offices are next on the list to consolidate into a new building. Suncorp has a relatively relaxed dress code, suits and ties are not necessary. We also have casual Fridays every week.
The office is very spacious, the desks are big and everyone has two screens. Facilities are fresh and always clean. Dress code is officially business attire although some areas are more relaxed while others require a more professional dress standard.