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Salary at ThoughtWorks
- Average rating for Salary, based on 19 reviews7.1 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
There are plenty of opportunities for pay review and discussing pay
I have always received pay increases above inflation. Pay is not a very strong motivator for me anyway but I feel it’s plenty.
Entry level, Melbourne
For a grad it’s not a bad starting point given the training we receive
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Travel for office events, Friday lunches
Working in other cities and being sponsored/expensed to move.
$2k and 2 days per year for training e.g. conferences, plus more money for books to learn from.
5 weeks paid training in India for all graduates hired. Free lunch every Friday and likely other meals. The office is always full of drinks and snacks. Monthly communications allowance for internet and phone. $2000 and 2 days leave for training each year (not including the trip to India). Opportunities to work interstate and/or internationally with their own benefits. Lots of events and parties.
Entry level, Melbourne
Book allowance, Phone and Internet allowance.
$500 book allowance per year $2000 + 2 days leave for training per year Monthly communication allowance for personal phone or internet Unlimited drinks and snacks in the office All graduates spend their first 5 weeks training in India at ThoughtWorks University
Lots of free stuff - free outings, free beer, free Friday lunch. Lots of travel opportunities. They fly you home every weekend when you work in another state. Great living away benefits. You are bound to learn lots.
Annual book allowance, annual allowance for conferences and training, free lunch on Fridays, variety of food options in the office, monthly communication allowance (internet, mobile, etc), travel and accommodation