The office space is pleasant. The building is reasonably well-situated near public transportation and food options. The dress code is a good mix of traditional corporate while being accepting of corporate casual, especially for people who have reasons not to conform to traditional dress codes (e.g. people who are injured and do not want to wear heels / generally prefer not to).
Formal monday-thursday, casual friday.
Location and facilities are good. Dress code is casual and is not enforced. Open plan poses difficulties.
The offices are getting older, but they're spacious and bright.
The dress code is I imagine pretty standard. I wear a business shirt and pants every day (except on Fridays), though I know some other teams are a bit more casual. Some men in my team wear ties and/or suits every day, but that's more preference than expectation.
The space is the best in Melbourne and we have access to really great facilities, including RISE (free exercise classes)
Good facilities - great EoT facilities in building. Location close to other corporate buildings and good amount of food next door.
Dress code, pretty relaxed in corporate team. No need to wear a suit and casuals are quite casual.
Premium building in the city, there are end of trip facilities - showers, towels, lockers etc. Dress code is smart casual. After COVID, if someone wears sneakers in the office no one really bats an eye.
Office is nice, bit dated and due for a refurbishment which is now in the works. Dress code is generally formal (ie, suit). Would prefer it was less formal.
We are so lucky. The kitchen and bathrooms are cleaned regularly throughout the day, there are world-class end of trip facilities (showers and amenities, towels provided, ironing boards, hairdryers), there are snacks and tea and coffee in the kitchen and we have an inhouse commercial kitchen. It's extraordinary.
Dress code is mostly business casual, but on some floors it's business (including suit and tie).
Casual Fridays are a thing
Very nice facilities, however a little bit far away from the center of the city. The dress code is also team and day-dependent (casual Fridays are standard). More formal expectations if any clients will be met in person or for court attendance.
The office fit out is beautiful and calming yet energising. The dress code is more on the casual side of corporate, but really is dependent on what the day looks like. People dress more formally if going to meetings or court.