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Australian workplace traditions

If you want to fit in, participate in Australian workplace traditions – even if you don’t like Australian rules football – why not go in the footy tipping competition anyway so that every week you can gloat or lament on your wins or losses with your workmates and make some friends?

Vipbackpackers's Blog

So you’ve come to Australia to work, or you’re thinking of it, and trying to work out all the lingo and what’s going on. Here are some workplace traditions and slang to get your head around.

Friday afternoon drinks
Some workplaces will head down to the local pub/bar for a drink or two after work. Some might even have it in the workplace. Most people are always up for this kind of thing of course!! If you’re not still consider going along; it’s not expected but you’ll get to know your colleagues better and fit in more.

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