Our benefits

We rely on our people to make a difference for the WA community so their wellbeing is our first priority. Many of our people have family and other commitments outside of work and we offer a range of benefits and services to support these and to facilitate a healthy work-life balance. These include:

  • flexible work options, including part-time and home-based work;
  • various leave options including study leave, 14 weeks paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave and additional purchased leave; 
  • salary packaging arrangements
  • study scholarships providing financial assistance for study that contributes to the future capability of the Commission;
  • paid close-down period between Christmas and New Year;
  • an employee wellbeing program providing free counselling, advice and support for both personal and professional matters (for our people and their families);
  • ergonomic assessments, state-of-the-art ergonomic equipment and a support program to help with injuries/illnesses and longer term prevention;
  • access to accredited mental health first aiders;
  • annual flu vaccination program; and
  • an active social club.