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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Culture at Protiviti

9.1 rating for Culture, based on 10 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Social club is popular each month. Everyone in the office get along well. There is no politics in the office. After work drinks aren't popular as people are often working out of office.
Graduate, Sydney
Strong team environment. Staff members are quite a tight unit with many social club activities that encourage teamwork, bonding and an opportunity to socialise outside of a work environment.
Graduate, Sydney
Everyone from all levels gets along, and there are a number of social events throughout the year which the incoming grads are invited to.
Graduate, Melbourne
Very flat structure, high exposure to executives, close-knit team and great social environment.
Graduate, Canberra
Protiviti Canberra has a great culture, everyone seems to work well together and loves to have socialising events. This builds the bond between employees and makes day-to-day life much more enjoyable.
Graduate, Canberra
Everyone is very willing to help out. Even if you ask a member who isn't directly on your team, they're happy to lend you a hand about something given they have the time to do so. All employees get along with each other and it has never felt like a hostile work environment. They have really managed to find the perfect balance between professional, supportive and friendly and it is an environment that I know everyone enjoys. We're a pretty social group and like to have social meet ups every month or so, to blow off some steam and forget about work for a little bit. Some of the activities we have done include group arcade gaming, putt putt golf and heading to the movies together.
Graduate, Canberra
Very flat structure with allows comfortable and casual relationships with everyone in the organization no matter their level
Graduate, Canberra