Flexible work programs
We have an excellent range of flexible working opportunities, which the majority of Wavies actively participate in, enabling individuals to work their hours flexibly between 7am and 6pm.
Our commitment to Work Life Balance has been recognised by Balancing Australia and we’re included in their directory of employers who promote genuine work life balance.
Work from home
All Wavies can work from home, one day per week, once they’ve completed their probationary period just another initiative that supports our genuine passion for providing our employees with work/life balance.
Part-time work options are available to Wavies to support their family, study and manage other commitments. 19% of our employees currently work on a part-time basis.
Paid parental leave
New parents can access 14 weeks, an extremely competitive paid parental leave package, eligible Wavies* receive 90% of their base salary for the first six weeks and 50% of their base salary for the following eight weeks. This is independent of the government's paid parental leave scheme.
* Parental leave is available to both male and female employees who have completed at least 2 years continuous service with Wavelength once they will be the primary caregiver to their child.
Paid study leave
Wavelength is passionate about investing in the continuous learning and development of our Wavies. To assist in developing individual capability, Wavies can request study support and paid study leave for a range of courses related to their roles. Satisfy your study needs with 1 day of paid leave per subject per semester plus time to complete exams for courses approved by HR.
Annual & long service leave
Long serving Wavies are rewarded for their commitment to Wavelength. Once employees have completed four years’ service they receive five days extra annual leave. After 10 years continuous employment employees are entitled to two months paid long service leave and one month of paid leave for each additional five years of service thereafter.