MYOB Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue$140m to $700m (AUD)
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Marketing Intern in Melbourne VIC
on 19 November 2020
Cool office to work in - table tennis table, xboxGood employer to work for. They take care of their employees and there are many options in terms of career progression and long term outlook. I would recommend.
Senior Copywriter in Glen waverley
on 27 November 2019
Very, very poor management.Not recommended. nice people but so political that mangement will hang you out to dry in a heartbeat. Siloed and poor project management leads to frustration. Avoid.
Sales Representative in Glen Waverley VIC
on 27 April 2019
Mediocre workplace, issues with middle managementWorked here for 5 years and have seen the culture shift in the wrong direction. Many redundancies but they rarely seem to fire the right people. A lot of wasted space in management, many managers steal ideas from, and delegate all their work to, employees below them. Most enjoyable part of the job is speaking to the clients themselves, dealing with the rubbish internally can result in loss of engagement in the job. Reward and recognition is a huge issue within the workplace - Many high achievers often miss out on receiving the grand benefits the workplace has to offer, often superseded by acts of fraudulent behavior and outright cheating. Which is covered up and sometimes even promoted by certain managers to achieve their own KPI's. Working from home has always been an issue, often promoted by managers after engagement surveys however when you ask if you can you usually get shut down. Sales targets are ever-increasing and not aligned to internal changes at all making it difficult to hit sales targets and in-turn receive commissions.
Release Manager in Melbourne
on 26 September 2018
Productive fun placeGreat work culture, opportunities provided for training. Emphasis on agile methodology provided us with an opportunity to become more dynamic as an organization and pivot when required.
Administration Officer (Volunteer) in Hervey Bay QLD
on 3 August 2018
RewardingIn the program residents in Stage 3 were required to work in the office to obtain new skills and learn how to relate to others in a confined space and how to resolve difficult encounters with fellow residents and visitors to the rehab. Being able to share skills that I have and appreciated those who struggle in obtaining new skills. Seeing some residents come into the office and take to the daily schedules and tasks like a duck to water. Others had difficulties because they were outside people, but they still had to endure 12 weeks in the office. Quite a maturing time for these ones. Workplace culture was one of respect and adding value to others lives. no discrimination, achievable standards that would allow the residents to know how to integrate into new friendships and communities no matter where they are. Treat others how you would like to be treated. Teaching others to put themselves in others shoes. Listen and see a new view point was the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job seeing them achieve new awarenesses and skills that they can pass onto others.
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