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 4.3.

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How is race or ethnicity talked about at Arm?

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24 October 2019

Pros

Except for PDG. from my interaction with engineers from other departments,It's a pretty good place to work with a decent pay and best in Industry benefits. Highly recommend ARM excluding PDG.

Cons

There were highly inefficient processes and flows. Being in an automation position only manual procedures were handed out. You are expected to just follow orders rather than engineer holistic solutions. There was constant workplace bullying, verbal abuse, threats, humiliation, and intimidation. Toxic and hostile work environment. Swearing and usage of foul language is considered very normal. You are expected to get used to it. Working weekends and late nights are every normal. Projects deadlines are scheduled near the holidays and you are expected to work. There was a lot of racism. H1b employees are preferred. They are considered more compliant. There was hesitation to sponsor green card. Not to mention the racist remarks often made.

Advice to Management

Unless drastic changes are made in the management team of PDG nothing will ever change.

Not to mention the racist remarks often made.

24 October 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Austin, TX (Former Employee)

2 February 2019

Pros

-High status company -Environment full of highly-skilled and field-proficient professionals ready to help -Collaborative shaping and structuring of the project -Contribution in production of high value products -Freedom of self-organizing your work -People-oriented management -Intern involvement to team operation -Benefits sufficient to cover intern's life expenses -Good performance is rewarded with opportunities in the company

Cons

-Knowledge sharing focused mainly on personal discussion basis -Technical skills improvement not facilitated in a structured way -Company environment not favourable to non-French speaking expats -No leave days for interns

French speaking expats

2 February 2019

Reviewed by: CPU Engineer in Antibes (Former Intern)

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