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Office & Workplace at William Buck
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 22 reviews7.7 / 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.
Office is good, not heaps modern however. Also isn't paperless which I think would be more environmentally friendly. But it is in the best location and most people know where it is when explained which is great. Uniform is pretty standard for office attire. I don't feel pressure to dress a certain way which is nice.
Fixed desks, lots of paper. Great location and views if you are lucky enough to sit near a window. Facilities are okay. Dress code is strict - ties every day, and casual day once per month.
City office is very convenient, Hawthorn office seems less full-on. Both have their perks. Dress code is great, no need for a tie when in the office.
Located in the city centre so it is great for people using public transport. The dress code is work wear and professional and everyone follows it.
Business clothes required - generally a little bit of flexibility to show off your personality (skirt suits etc. not mandatory for women) Good office position in the CBD, plenty of desk space.
Office space is nice. Currently undergoing refurbishment.
The building that we are currently in is very good and the amenities are exceptional.
Currently undergoing a refit to fit more staff in and make it more vibrant.
Nice location, being renovated, business casual