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Commonwealth Bank

4.2
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Office & Workplace at Commonwealth Bank

8.5
8.5 rating for Workplace, based on 35 reviews
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.
Location is good in the CBD, toilets are only one side of the building (which doesn't sound bad, but is a bit annoying), good amount of kitchen space, however we recently downgraded from coffee machines to coffee bags and then again to instant coffee (and I need GOOD coffee, so I'm disappointed). Dress code is flexible and varies from team to team, so it's definitely a plus.
Graduate, Sydney
Some of the offices are a lot older than others. In general very good quality
Graduate, Sydney
Casual Dress Code.
Graduate, Sydney
Great facilities. Location is very city centric as expected
Graduate, Sydney
Nice and modern office space. Technology e.g. phone and laptop very outdated. Dress code is corporate
Graduate, Brisbane
Hot desking. Plug laptop into any station in the office and work near the people you need to be with on that day. Great facilities with regular events and plenty of cafes near by. Dress code in Enterprise Services is business casual (T-shirts everyday). Tattoos and piercings not quite fully accepted but culture seems to be improving as management Tattoos
Graduate, Sydney
Sydney CBD. Business attire without ties Monday to Thursday, smart casual Fridays.
Graduate, Sydney
Variety of office spaces. Personally my building is older than others with less facilities. Dress code is business but again flexible depending on location.
Graduate, Sydney
Great offices. Could do with more standing desks. Dress code is pretty casual, particularly in tech (T-shirt and jeans are the standard).
Graduate, Sydney
While it varies between buildings, the offices are generally very good. They are bright and open with kitchen facilities (and tea/instant coffee) available. The (unofficial?) dress code for anyone in a computer-related role is t-shirt and jeans
Graduate, Sydney
Very relaxed dress code, I wear a shirt and jeans everyday. Great facilities in most of the buildings (except the very old ones).
Midlevel, Sydney
The offices are really nice and new buildings, very modern. The bathroom facilities are quite nice and are cleaned numerous times throughout the day, and the kitchens are fairly decent. However they are a little stingy with food etc - they provide powdered coffee and teabags, but nothing else. They had coffee machines at the start of 2019, but they removed those. There is a toaster, sandwich press, microwave, fridges/freezer and free milk in the kitchens. The location currently is pretty good, it's a little walk from the station but it's in a good spot in the city with plenty of food options around. However, we will be moving to offices in Redfern this year, which is generally harder for people to get to and will make it more difficult for people who need to move between buildings for meetings. There also seems to be also less food options there. The dress code is very relaxed and informal in dev teams. It's slightly more formal for UX-ers as we have more meetings.
Graduate, Sydney
Fairly casual dress code. I wear t-shirts and jeans, however the official policy is a collared shirt and long pants. Shorts are generally not worn. Office spaces are open plan and make use of hot desking. I enjoy that aspect but it's not for everyone.
Graduate, Sydney
Very good location, in Darling Harbour, with nice facilities. Dress Code: good for engineering areas, I wear jeans & a t-shirt everyday
Graduate, Sydney
Brisbane office is nice. Regional offices are okay. Sydney office (DP1) is old and dated but good location. Dress code is corporate, and on Fridays it can be smart casual.
Graduate, Brisbane
I guess we have very good office in terms of space, location and facilities. we do have professional dress codes with Fridays smart casual
Graduate, Sydney