Arm Culture FAQ

Read what Arm employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Arm has a culture and values rating of 4.4.

All answers shown come directly from Arm Reviews and are not edited or altered.

See questions about:

(select only 1)
Benefits
Career Development
Compensation
Coworkers
Culture
Diversity And Inclusion
Management
Senior Leadership
Work Life Balance
Workplace

3 English questions out of 3

20 May 2021

What is the company culture like at Arm?

Pros

Great colleagues. Good culture and work life balance, in Japan sub-diary.

Cons

Far from the Cambridge headquator, not geographically.

Good culture and work life balance, in Japan sub

20 May 2021

See 207 more answers

16 September 2020

How was the interview at Arm?

Pros

Arm is a wonderful workplace. When you start, you are paired with a 'buddy' who helps you ramp up to doing work. As an intern, I felt I was doing real work. Even after my internship, Arm is still in touch about future opportunities for next summer and beyond.

Cons

Not really a con, but I didn't talk to a real person until I was offered the internship. The interview was electronically proctored, with questions given with a 30 second pause before a window to record an answer. While this wasn't a bad way to give an interview (I imagine it makes it quite easy to run through many applicants for the hiring team), I would have liked to be able to ask my own questions. Between the offer and my acceptance, I was given the opportunity to talk to an engineer and ask questions, so they alleviated my main concern about the interview process with that.

Between the offer and my acceptance, I was given the opportunity to talk to an engineer and ask questions, so they alleviated my main concern about the interview process with that.

16 September 2020

See 13 more answers

5 February 2020

What is the hiring process like at Arm?

Pros

Compensation is very good, especially after recent salary increases in Cambridge and Manchester. The Manchester office is very well designed and provides a great working environment. The company culture encourages and supports very collaborative working processes and work-life balance is good. Most teams are quite open to remote working on a regular basis.

Cons

The recruitment process isn't as smooth as it could be and seems to have got worse recently, both for candidates and hiring managers. The system for hiring staff on fixed-term contracts is not very flexible. Some of the engineering support services are under-resourced and not performing to the high standard you'd expect from a world-leading company.

The recruitment process isn't as smooth as it could be and seems to have got worse recently, both for candidates and hiring managers.

5 February 2020

See 16 more answers

3 English questions out of 3

Popular Careers with Arm Job Seekers

JobsSalariesInterviews