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ACT Public Service

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Office & Workplace at ACT Public Service

7.1
7.1 rating for Workplace, based on 36 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.
My office is currently being transitioned to an "Activity Based Workplace", with partitions etc being taken away and as a result the office can be a noisy and distracting work environment. Dress code depends mostly on the team. Some areas are very formal, others very causal. Generally most areas do casual Friday at the very least.
Midlevel, Canberra
The ACTPS have a range of types of offices and I've only been in a couple. The ones I've been in have had good facilities.
Midlevel, Canberra
ACT Public Service have some of the most modern and relaxed office spaces in Canberra. Offices are located all over Canberra with modern facilities.
Experienced, Canberra
Dress code is business casual. It is a fairly relaxed environment - no blazers needed!
Graduate, Canberra
Office space and location is excellent at ACT Health. Dress code ranges from fairly casual to quite formal - dependent on level but also personal choice. Many people wear jeans on Fridays.
Graduate, Canberra
ACTPS Offices vary - some are very modern and some are quite aged; however, lots of new office buildings are currently under construction and new equipment is being rolled out.
Experienced, Canberra
Dress code depends on the area, can be relaxed or formal.
Midlevel, Canberra
Our Directorate is spread out across several offices. Some are new start of the art facilities including ping pong tables and treadmills and others are much older offices. Most of my directorate is moving into a brand new building at the end of 2020 which is exciting. Dress code is smart casual with some staff in client facing roles requiring a uniform.
Midlevel, Canberra
Dress code is standard for a public service organisation, however casual clothes are sometimes worn too. Quality of offices and facilities varies significantly, some office spaces are excellent while others are poorly refurbished high school buildings or office floors. Break out spaces vary depending on the age of office. New office buildings are being built as activity-based work spaces.
Graduate, Canberra
My office location is great for me with free parking, the office space is nice and the kitchen is modern. The dress code is standard business attire.
Experienced, Canberra
My office floor is all open plan with a communal kitchen. The kitchen could've been a bit better designed but this is a small criticism.
Graduate, Canberra
My office space is quite overcrowded at the moment but there are plans to address this. The workplace is not particularly accessible, it's out in the suburbs, but there's always free parking. The dress is relatively casual. It depends on what area you're working in but a lot of people will just wear jeans etc.
Midlevel, Canberra
My current office space is quite old - the lifts take turns to not work, and heating and cooling are inconsistent across the building. My office is located in Belconnen, which gives better parking opportunities than the city. Dress code is fairly relaxed
Midlevel, Canberra
Over the last year, improvements have been made, but my office building itself is still quite old, the elevator and air-conditioning/heating have issues. Dress code is smart casual.
Midlevel, Canberra
Nice offices but not enough desks. Good kitchen facilities. Good dress code (casual side of work attire but still nice and presentable) and many staff wear uniform.
Midlevel, Canberra
We are in the process of transitioning to a new building. Dress code is good - not too formal in my work area which works well for me.
Graduate, Canberra
Good location with recently refurbished office
Midlevel, Canberra
Variable. Some buildings are new, some have old low quality facilities.
Graduate, Canberra