The Top 10 Companies Aussies Want To Work For In 2018
They say a good company is one that has many growth opportunities, generous perks, and a vibrant workplace culture.
If you just mentally checked off that list, then congrats! You can continue watching cat videos. But for the rest of us.... help.
LinkedIn News Editor Cayla Dengate just created a list for the Top 25 companies that Australian professionals want to work for.
So sit back and relax as we countdown the Top 10 Companies that you'd definitely want to apply and leave your job for.
10. EY Accounting
Apparently, the staff at the EY Accounting firm always look well rested, due to their corporate discount at the Endota Spa.
While EY is one of the biggest accounting firms in a Australia with a headcount of 250,000, they also provide discounts on travel, tech and have an onsite gym.
With automative banking growing at an alarming rate, NAB plan to hire around 2000 digital and technological workers by 2020.
NAB are huge on their staff volunteering initiative, with an aim to double the total time staff spend helping others, particularly at Special Olympics Australia.
Let's be real, some of these companies are so good, they're super hard to get into. Lendlease however is catering for some huge infrastructure works in Australia, meaning they are most definitely hiring.
Jobs vacancies jumped 48% year on year due to expansion, hiring across the board in fields like construction, engineering and business specialists.
Staff also get a 'wellbeing day' on top of annual leave per quarter to do something that recharges them e.g. cooking or karate.
7. Macquarie Group
Always skipping breakfast because you don't have the time? Well employees of the financial services company Macquarie Group have a healthy breakfast waiting for them in the foyer every morning.
With choir groups, gardening collectives and photoraphy clubs, the iconic finance company is known for having some of the best and hardest workers in the industry.
6. CIMIC Group
The Civil Engineering Group CIMIC are definitely one to watch for. From mining in Mongolia to building footbridges in Rwanda, CIMIC provide great opportunities to travel and work around the world.
CIMIC are also helping bridge the pay gap between men and women in the engineering industry by conducting global reviews across all their sectors. The group has also created a LinkedIn network for women in non-traditional roles and industries.
5. Westpac Group
Westpac is Australia's oldest company, recently surpassing 200 years! They've got a huge indigenous employee schme, resulting in 140 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander's accepting jobs last year and expected to grow by 2025.
The Banking company is also working towards gender parity at leadership levels, with a mandate of 50% women on recruitment shortlists.
At KPMG, health and wellness is at the forefront of their company pillars.The company holds regular open forums between staff and health professionals with the hope to normalise mental health.
Staff of the accounting firm are given the opportunity to work from home, recieve flexible arrangements and have access to an array of health and wellbeing perks.
3. Deloitte Australia
As one of the biggest management consultants in Australia, Deloitte prides themselves as looking into some of the bigger issues. They recently worked with the Great Barrier Reef foundation, receiving praise from environmentalist Al Gore.
All employees at Deloitte are offered 18 weeks paid parental leave regardless of gender, as well as a pilot program for those returning to work.
2. Commonwealth Bank
Commonwealth Bank prides itself in having a great staff financial wellbeing program, ensuring their employees are not going through their own personal financial pressures.
Chairman of the CBA board is female, along with 57.8% of the workforce, including 44.4% at some type of executive level. #goals
1. PwC Australia
Number ONE! PwC Australia is where Aussies wanna be. If you want to work somewhere that you can live and work overseas, then get a resume in ASAP because PwC is for you.
There are currently 2,500 PwC employees on international assignments around the world, including 176 Australians. Other perks include hot desking, 12 months paid parental leave and wayfinding kiosks.