Pros -25 days of holidays once you join the company, plus up to an additional 5 each year that you could buy. -private medical insurance -life/accident insurance -Arup doubles your pension contribution up to 6% (i.e. pays 6+12% into the pension pot). -profit share for all (according to grade and years of service). Cons For the majority of the benefits, you can only edit them only once a year (April) or when you join the company. But this is something reasonable really.
There isn't a worst thing
A profit share payment is paid to employees twice a year. The amount is based on how long you've been employed at Arup, your grade and current salary.
Healthcare is good and can be upgraded
The basic salary is the worst.
Not really able to compare with the rest of the industry, but for sure not as good as tech companies. Overall I am quite satisfied.
Arup have a good work life balance for the most part and a good range of benefits available.
Private health insurance, flexible benefit fund, option to buy/sell holidays, profit sharing
Flexi-time. The official policy is vague but the unofficial one is that anything goes so long as the work gets done. The private healthcare is also a very good, no quibbles and easy to access policy
you get to work nationally as well as internationally
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.