Arm Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Arm employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Arm has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Arm?

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3 April 2021

Pros

- Took me on as an apprentice without experience of software engineering - really invested in training - Great company culture, everyone is welcoming and helpful - So many resources for employee wellbeing - fitness, mental health, etc. - Flexible attitude to work - outcome focused, not hours focused - Handled Covid and remote working very well - Strong commitment to diversity and inclusion goals - Excellent system of feedback and employee development - Strong charitable and philanthropic presence

Cons

- Can't think of any

Strong commitment to diversity and inclusion goals

3 April 2021

Reviewed by: Apprentice Technician in Sheffield, England, England (Current Employee)

31 March 2021

Pros

- Excellent environment - Friendly people - Challenging work - Good benefits beside salary - Good work-life balance - 25 days holiday (flexible) + 5 days more that can be bought - Good career growth oportunities - Very ethical company - Management seems to care about diversity and inclusion

Cons

No working remotely option pre covid, some flexi working is coming after the pandemic is over.

Advice to Management

None that I can think of.

Management seems to care about diversity and inclusion

31 March 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Software Engineer in Cambridge, East of England, England, England (Current Employee)

13 January 2021

Pros

Good remuneration Fantastic people Caring COVID response Genuine desire to improve conditions

Cons

Still working on diversity in the workplace

Still working on diversity in the workplace

13 January 2021

Reviewed by: Marketing Specialist in Cam, England, England (Current Employee)

14 July 2020

Pros

Can talk to anybody. Flexpot Work from home facilities Good leave plans As u go higher ur salary grows exponentially

Cons

Some groups hardly work. Too much politics. Managers suddenly become visible in office when US folks visit. No problem solving mindset. Only blaming and moving blame. Some directors dont have even basic knowledge. They are directors or principal engineers due to proximity to higher management not due to their ability. Some groups favour Kerala, some Telugu and some North India. Diversity and inclusion is a joke in many groups. In some groups u can gain promotion by buying expensive gifts to manager . Other tricks are get close to managers who are well known , invite them for parties , buy gifts for their children, wives, help them when they need any help like taking them to doctor etc. If ur manager has any side business buy from them. If they have a gym join them. If they play football join that club. Save ur manager's petrol Bill's etc by driving them. For women dressing plays a big role . Many senior managers like u when u dress fashionably. It is not uncommon to see some diploma candidates becoming principal engineers. Not uncommon to see someone in a director's post not even interacting with team. Not uncommon to see someone who never worked in the team with less knowledge becoming the manager. U can bribe and get job in some groups in India. Completely hierarchical and some groups are like Govt offices. No work life balance in junior levels but improved heavily as u grow higher. It is unclear what job senior engineer or staff engineer has to do versus principal engineer. No proper segregation of duties.Manager can do anything.HR only for hiring .No other powers. Some managers are excellent. They come with variety of experience. They hire right talent. They give and receive credit. Some groups have better policies followed. U find work-life balance. Good teamwork exhibited. So hang on with those managers . Same company has different worlds so collect info before going which team u will be joining.

Diversity and inclusion is a joke in many groups.

14 July 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Design Engineer in Bangalore (Current Employee)

4 July 2019

Pros

If you belong to BAME and specifically if you are a Muslim you don't stand a chance to even get a job at ARM! In technology world its 50 years ahead of others but in inclusivity and diversity ARM is still is 1970's.

Cons

BAME and Muslims should not apply for positions at ARM.

Advice to Management

You need to do something about inclusivity and diversity. We are in 2019! Just having a statement on the website won't make a difference. Serious practical work is required to change culture within the organisation.

If you belong to BAME and specifically if you are a Muslim you don't stand a chance to even get a job at ARM! In technology world its 50 years ahead of others but in inclusivity and diversity ARM is still is 1970's.

4 July 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

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