Work-life balance

We know that when you move into a new role you want to work to live, not live to work. 

At Pitcher Partners we offer some great benefits to help you balance your life with your work. 

Our range of benefits to assist in balancing your professional and personal life include postgraduate study support, time in lieu, part time opportunities, salary packaging options, career breaks and secondment opportunities, flexible work arrangements, childcare options, parental leave, additional packaged leave and study leave. 

Our culture 

You spend a lot of time at your workplace so you want to make sure it is the right kind of fit for you. At Pitcher Partners, we have a culture of achieving great things for our clients and developing careers, balanced by a strong social scene. Our firm is the kind of place where you make lifelong friendships. This sense of belonging resonates throughout our firm and provides a strong point of difference from our many competitors.

Wellness at work

Our health and wellbeing programs offer a suite of holistic programs designed to benefit the health of our staff including discounted onsite massages, yoga and Pilates classes, flu vaccinations and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Additionally, we provide daily morning tea, and encourage and sponsor team participation in sporting events such as the Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand sports days, various fun runs for charities, cycling events and the Corporate Games.

Time in lieu

Like at any other firm, on occasions you may be required to work additional hours. Our market leading time in lieu policy (applicable to chargeable hours) means that when you put in the hard yards for your client, we reward you with extra time off.

Social pursuits

You spend a lot of time at work, so naturally you would want to make sure it is the right fit for you. We have a culture of getting great work done for our clients, balanced by a strong social scene. We encourage our staff to get involved with our Social Club and our Corporate Social Responsibility activities. Our active Social Club runs events such as our annual gala ball, trivia nights and regular social evenings.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Our culture of caring for our clients and our people extends to the wider community. Our staff are actively encouraged to participate in charitable events and become involved with community care programs. Pitcher Partners offers all permanent staff one day of paid leave to undertake volunteer activities as approved by the CSR Committee. We offer a program that allows staff to easily salary sacrifice donations to charities such as the Salvation Army, The Smith Family, Very Special Kids and World Vision, to name a few. Additionally, we provide a range of pro-bono services for our not-for-profit clients.


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