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GHD Australia

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Salary at GHD Australia

6.3
6.3 rating for Salary, based on 55 reviews
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
Pay is always generally above the sector average. We don't get bonuses unless you have GHD shares.
Midlevel, Sydney
It would definitely be nice to get more! However as a graduate, I am fine with my pay however I would hope I would be recognised for what I am doing and my pay increase accordingly.
Graduate, Brisbane
It average salary. I would prefer more for the responsibility I have.
Graduate, Brisbane
Average
Graduate, Toowoomba
Bonuses are small, and the pay seems low compared to how much I work.
Graduate, Brisbane
Salary increases seem to be quite fair so far.
Graduate, Brisbane
Could be more but its around average
Graduate, Sydney
Pay is reliant on company success - if your team is doing well, regular pay increases are likely
Graduate, Brisbane
Pay is fairly average for industry (lower than some competitors)
Graduate, Sydney
Pay increases are small but very regular
Graduate, Sydney
Not sure if we get bonuses.
Graduate, Brisbane
Salaries can be on the low side but the company's culture makes up for it. If you stay long enough you can buy in and receive dividends, however don't expect this to happen until you're a senior.
Midlevel, Melbourne
The pay is good enough for now. As a graduate, it's probably similar to what others are getting paid, but the hope is that more experience and time with the company will be rewarded with a higher salary. There are no bonuses as far as I am aware.
Graduate, Sydney
Pay is average, there are other places which pay more. For graduates I've heard your pay is fixed for the first year, then it should go up by about 5-10k in the second year and after that its based on performance. Other offices may be different. No bonuses other than a $50 gift card at Christmas.
Graduate, Sydney
I know that pay is lower than several other similar companies, but the experience and opportunities are worth it. they are also very accommodating and flexible with time. no bonus, but yearly pay rise throughout grad program and first few years
Graduate, Sydney/ Brisbane
Pay is a little low compared with other companies
Graduate, Sydney
Low pay rate considering charge out rate. However still graduate status and increasing skills everyday.
Graduate, Melbourne
Pay is lower but other things within the company are really good that make up for some of that
Midlevel, Regional
They should be increased and more transparent based on skills, experience and qualifications
Graduate
GHD pay is average among engineering consultants
Graduate, Melbourne
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
I received a $300 red balloon voucher as appreciation for my extra work.
Graduate, Brisbane
Have large events frequently, get discounts on a number of things (health insurance, etc)
Graduate, Brisbane
Good Christmas parties, good ping pong competitions
Graduate, Brisbane
Paternity leave consideration for men wanting to be more family orientated.
Graduate, Brisbane
Free drinks, lots of company sponsored events (after work and weekends)
Graduate, Sydney
The company will assist with moving expenses if you need to move for the job. There are also partnerships with banks and other companies that offer discounted services
Graduate, Brisbane
Staff drinks every 2 weeks. $5 yoga classes on Thursday evenings in the office. Running club. Social club. Young professionals society - organises technical and social social events; and creates networking opportunities for those with less than 10 yrs exp.
Graduate, Sydney
Some perks with insurances
Graduate, Brisbane
Some perks including health insurances deals but nothing significant.
Graduate, Sydney
Free Christmas party (also free for partners). Free other milestone events. Gym discounts. Flight discounts. Paid admission to dinners and events with Engineers Australia and similar.
Graduate, Brisbane
3 years free servicing at Audi
Midlevel, Melbourne
Work events with drinks and food.
Graduate, Sydney
No real perks. They do have social drinks every month but that's about it.
Graduate, Sydney
Corporate rates for travel and accommodation
Graduate, Sydney
Flexible work hours and flexible offices too. Can work anywhere from any office.
Graduate, Sydney/ Brisbane
Extravagant yearly social functions.
Graduate, Melbourne
The best example is our team's rewards and recognitions program, where each month team members may be nominated for a movie voucher or other prize, for performing exceptionally in their work or outside of work. It rewards good behaviour, which is one of the key motivators for a lot of people to do well in their job. The worst perks are the pitiful discounts on memberships offered by ridiculously expensive gyms. Not many people would be able to afford these, even after the discount. The perks would be better used on more affordable options, such as fuel discounts at a certain chain, or better deals with superannuation providers.
Graduate, Melbourne
All meals expenses etc covered while travelling for company. Company is engaged in professional societies, sometimes offered tickets to talks.
Graduate, Perth
Great work drinks and events including end of year whole office event at the Museum of Contemporary art in Circular Quay.
Graduate, Sydney
20% gym memberships and health care
Graduate, Perth