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Office & Workplace at ThoughtWorks
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 19 reviews9.0 / 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.
If not in a client office, dress code is as casual
Nice open offices with all that you need to get work done. The beer fridge and ice-cream freezer get a good workout. The dress code is just right for our job and there is no need to dress up for the sake of it.
Offices are great, open-plan spaces with well-stocked kitchens. If staffed on a project you are usually required to work with the clients at their place of work
Entry level, Brisbane
Particularly the new Melbourne office is amazing. It’s in the middle of the city and has beautiful views from the 23rd floor. There is plenty of room for events and lots of food and drink. There is gear always set up for the band to play and we can use a room for practicing. The dress code while at the office is casual.
Entry level, Melbourne
Open space, smart casual dress
In the inner heart of the city; you can sit anywhere you want. Casual dress code.
Very relaxed. Office is very open, no cubicles. Dress code is very laid back as well, unless you're in the client site