Flexible working arrangements are encouraged and supported where appropriate
Provision of pension scheme that covers up to 5% of your salary annualy. Company offers also private health insurance.
Very good pension scheme, Flexible working, -
Good flexible benefits package. Salaries can be a bit ad hoc. Really good pension scheme. The organisation is looking at clearer routes to promotion which could be great if it happens.
WSP has recently upgraded its benefits options, including pensions, healthcare & fitness discounts, company cars, flexible annual leave amongst other things. It offers a lot, though much of it (dare I say) is fairly useless.
Holiday comprising bank holidays plus 25 days. A cycle to work program was good consisting in a paid percentage by the company for a new bike
Caring, lots of work, little pay. They do pay for me to study my degree part time. There are a lot of opportunities and training courses.
Negative aspect is initial pay was very low (especially compared to competitors). There has been a slow and steady rise since.
25 days leave, not much else
The badminton table, the salaries are good. The worst things is perhaps I didn't learn much from this job but I guess it was mainly deal to the nature of my job.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.