Arm Benefits FAQ

Read what Arm employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at Arm include Sick Pay, Flexible Working and Bike to Work Scheme. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at Arm listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at Arm.

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11 English reviews out of 11

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23 March 2021

Pros

Arm provide a great benefits package and access to lots of additional resources for personal and career development. Wellbeing is high on their agenda and is reflected in the culture that they foster.

Cons

The pace of change here is super quick, you need to be able to adapt equally quickly, and be accepting of that pace to absorb the impact of change and to thrive here.

Arm provide a great benefits package and access to lots of additional resources for personal and career development.

23 March 2021

Reviewed by: Junior Business Analyst in Cambridge, East of England, England, England (Current Employee)

13 January 2021

Pros

* Great Benefits Package (salary, bonus, RSUs, retention awards, flexible benefits, pension, health/medical/life insurances, ...) * Excellent people orientation, promoted through numerous management trainings to ensure leaders across Arm care for our colleagues as well as making available Arm's wide range of flexible working conditions (which allowed us to seamlessly transition to remote working during the Covid pandemic) * Career Development opportunities are available through internal mentoring, numerous knowledge sharing guilds, rotation and secondment opportunities (which unlike other places I've worked, are not frowned upon! so kudos to Arm for that!)

Cons

As a company that has had an amazing growth over the past 5 years (~4x employees) most knowledge sharing still occurs through word-of-mouth.

Great Benefits Package (salary, bonus, RSUs, retention awards, flexible benefits, pension, health/medical/life insurances, ...)

13 January 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

10 April 2019

Pros

- Very good pay and benefits package - Good work/life balance in some areas - Performance management process is good - empowered to do your best work - If you like to hit the ground running, then this is the place for you. - Challenging and varied work - Very intelligent workforce - inspiring to see what actually happens “behind the scenes” - Many people who work there genuinely care about their work, but normal office politics and growing pains of a large corporate company get in the way

Cons

- Toxic atmosphere - office politics are rife - No clear strategic direction or top down communication - Large areas of the business are segmented and do not collaborate or communicate at a basic level - huge “us and them” mentality - Office space is a lot to be desired for such a cash rich company - Onboarding process is very poor and varies greatly between teams and departments to - you’re shown your desk and that’s it really - Basic and highly manual operational processes in areas like Finance, HR, Legal and Procurement not in place so makes getting anything approved a nightmare - There are A LOT of egos at middle management and senior level - Bullying is prevalent in many areas - senior leadership seems to tolerate it - Deadlines on high profile projects very unrealistic and aggressive, normally imposed by senior management a lot of the time who have no clue what’s actually going on - IT support is very poor. Help desk and technical support is outsourced so customer service is very patchy. - The fact that Arm have employed 2,000+ people in the space of two years has resulted in MAJOR growing pains. The company hasn’t been able to keep up with this growth and it shows in basic operational processes and support which have not been updated to cope with this sudden growth. Many teams that provide operational support are overworked and stressed tying to keep up and not drown in the workload.

Advice to Management

Improve and invest more in operational processes in areas like HR, Finance, Procurement, IT and Legal and get the basics right before employing hundreds more people and expecting them to do their job with a higher workload.

Very good pay and benefits package

10 April 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

19 September 2020

Pros

Innovative, sabbaticals, challenging, good benefits package

Cons

Can be hierarchical, sexism, male-dominated

Innovative, sabbaticals, challenging, good benefits package

19 September 2020

Reviewed by: Great Place to Work (Current Employee)

28 April 2021

Pros

Loved everything about arm, the culture, the benefits package, the people etc etc.

Cons

none - didnt have any

Loved everything about arm, the culture, the benefits package, the people etc etc.

28 April 2021

Reviewed by: Legal Counsel in Cambridge, East of England, England, England (Former Employee)

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