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Salary at TechnologyOne
- Average rating for Salary, based on 14 reviews8.5 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
The pay is good and generally to industry standard, so far. I don't know how raises and options for bonuses will work on a longer term employment basis.
Good pay but could be higher.
graduate programmers are paid average starting salary, but increases yearly by a generous amount for three years.
As this is my first year out of uni, the salary they give for graduates is incredible. It is on par with jobs like the government. The only downside is that only some departments have the option to earn more, through bonuses etc. I do not work for one of these departments
Good progression for those who are passionate about what they do
There are some bonuses, and pay is reasonable for a starter.
More bonuses would be cool - It would be sweet if we got a small share of the company's profits at the end of the year as a bonus.
The pay I am on is for a graduate developer, it is standard and immutable. It is not high or low so nothing exciting to report, though the other perks of the job do raise it above what that pay is.
The salary is competitive, however there are no bonuses or share purchase schemes for instance which could be improved.
Great pay for a graduate position - it will steadily increase over the next few years.
You are paid a fair amount for the work you do and the skills you possess
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Lots of catered events and breakfast in the kitchen every day.
Free breakfast latest and greatest tech Many team events lots of opportunities to be rewarded
Free Friday drinks, showers and bike facilities, can work from home if required
Free all day breakfast, beer on tap, pool table, gaming consoles, social hour 4pm friday, catering events, 2.5 days a year to do charity work.
Free breakfast every day Free drinks on Friday afternoons and most company events Lots of social events Corporate Discounts
Free breakfast and coffee everyday all day. Games everywhere and relaxed environment
Mail concierge service is pretty cool - can get mail delivered directly to the office.
Free drinks at work every Friday is probably the most unexpected perk. Pool table, games consoles, and free breakfast (toast and cereal) are other benefits.
Beer on taps, free breakfast and Friday social hour with food and drinks and time to wind down after a busy week
All day breakfast, discounts at various places
Free all-day breakfast, tea and coffee. Discounts at many stores (e.g. JB Hi-Fi). Novated leases, health insurance discounts.
The recreational areas include a pool table, racing sim and consoles with ample seating. Friday afternoons are reserved for social hour this helps people connect with each other and relax after a hard week at work keeping the great atmosphere, free drinks and snacks are also nice.