Very flexible. It is about being responsible and completing your work on time.
It is very good, I don't know many people in my line of work which have the work / life balance that I have.
Extra hours worked may not be paid out as overtime however is recognised by my line manager and taken into consideration when I might have a morning appointment or etc.
The business expects employees to apply themselves as required to fulfil their role. Sometimes, this means working overtime. More often than not, this is the case, however, this is the nature of the industry.
Work is very flexible, they are understanding of commitments and allow for flexible working options.
Quite flexible. For example, if you come in a bit later and stay a bit later it's not an issue at all - some employees also choose to come in at maybe 730 and leave at 4 - employees do unpaid overtime as required
Graduate, Gold Coast