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Office & Workplace at Westpac
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 72 reviews8.8 / 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.
Great space and facilities. Suit every day, tie optional in most roles
the new Barangaroo office is state of the are agile. multiple working environments that help employees get the most out of their time. the Kent street office still remains and a refurbished Kogarah office has just opened. the dress code is business casual for most places, with Kogarah having a slightly more relaxed policy. Fridays are casual in most business units
The old offices were horrible, the new modern offices are good. Dress code is business attire, do not need to wear a tie.
Very clean with great facilities. Dress code in Group Tech a little more casual- No ties
Brand new. Agile environment encourages interaction and team work. Great facilities. Location is only downside.
Entry level, Sydney
Building is quite nice, located quite close to Wynyard station and both major buildings has a great view. The dress code is not super formal (no tie, unless if you have a client meeting) but depends a bit on your team.
New Barangaroo building is excellent, Kent St is not bad, Kogarah is being rebuilt into an amazing venue
Both offices in the CBD are very good. Dress code varies team to team, but is generally a suit with or without a tie for men
Entry level, Sydney
Older facilities are being closed and employees consolidated into more modern buildings and facilities.
New offices completed in 2015. Agile working environment (paperless & hot desking). State of the art facilities to allow for agile/remote working. Relaxed dress code (smart casual/business casual) in my area - however client facing teams have more formal dress codes.
Since the first day I was in Westpac Place, had the sense that I belonged to a great company
Great location which is very easy to get to and close to restaurants/bars/facilities. Dress code is business (no tie or jacket required unless meeting with a client) but casual Fridays are always a must!