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WSP Australia Reviews
Reviews by WSP Australia graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.1GradAustralia surveyed 51 graduates working at WSP Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 51 responses.
- Major Projects
- The opportunities awarded to graduates goes above and beyond anything I thought it would be.
- The opportunities to develop with internal and external training schemes provided.
- ability to work interstate
- The diversity within the company and the encouragement given from all staff no matter what experience level. Everyone is very thoughtful and committed and are there to help you if you need it
- It is possible for a company to be too nice but ultimately it all works out eventually.
- Quite large and can get lost amongst everyone else
- lower pay and slower advancements compared to smaller companies
- Long hours
- Lower pay, some staff members that underperform without consequence
What insiders say about…
Culture is good, ability for employees to freely share knowledge is great. Managers generally are able to relate to their subordinates
About whether i knew the general process of design for major projects and some personality questions
My company is very flexible with my working hours and when and where I complete them.
My pay has only increased marginally in 2 years, despite being told frequently that I am performing way beyond expected for someone of my level. My pay does not reflect my level of responsibility or the hours I put in. My pay is not on par with many of my friends in different companies. There are no bonuses that I am aware of.
Celebrations of job milestones and major achievements
Direct manager good. Above that no interaction. No mentor.
Did not have a senior person for several months.
Opportunities there, but involves a lot of paperwork
I can only comment on what I have seen (as an average white Aussie born woman). There are many women in the office of both Australian decent, new Australian status and permanent citizen status as well as employees from other parts of the world on exchange.
Offer internships as part of the Indigenous Internship Program. This means that jobs can be provided based purely off merit.Join us to bookmark!
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