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‘4 weeks annual leave plus up to 13 flex days and 5 Christmas time flex days per year (non-management roles)’
‘14 weeks paid maternity (2 weeks paternity) - or equivalent part-time. Right to return to same job within 2 years and option to work part time until youngest child starts Primary School. ’
‘I worked with all guys. Was a very undiverse workplace as far as I could see.’
Good salary, government job, no rush for work take your own time
Flexible working arrangement, lot of leave entitlement for employee's health & benefit and to look after family
Annual leave, flexible working hours, and can accrue days off per month
Transport for New South Wales is extremely flexible with working around university and any other commitments you have. They will also reimburse you for any fees that you have to encounter because of work.
Flexible working arrangements. Agile Based Working in numerous offices.
Leave and salary are very good against comparable employers
There are no benefits if you are a contractor. Working with people who receive benefits makes for a kind of aparteid style environment where some people can be lazy Rich and comfortable and everyone with no job security does all the work. Would not be out of place in colonial Burma.
Good Salary and pay conditions. Best for stable and flexible job. Very understanding of work role. Chance of career life plan due to the large organisation size.
Up to 18 flex days for non-manager contract employees
Nothing special to mention for TFNSW
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