Salary at WSP Australia

What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?

Salary is in line with sector average. No bonuses available to Graduates, only more senior positions.
Graduate, Sydney
The company gives out great bonuses where they can, although the pay can be seen quite uneven to people at the same level of experience
Graduate, Canberra
Difficult to get a pay rise when within the company
Graduate, Sydney
Could be better
Graduate, Sydney
The per-diem is a good boost in salary but the base rate is relatively similar to what is commonly offered in the industry for a graduate role. Although there is no monetary bonuses such as shares in NZ (not that I am aware of), the extra time allowed for training can be considered a bonus
Graduate, Christchurch
Bonuses don't exist in consulting. You negotiate your pay at the end of each year and it is competitive with anyone else with my experience in the industry
Graduate, Melbourne
It's fair and appropriately revised
Graduate, Brisbane
I don’t know about bonuses. Pay is OK not the highest among other consultancies though.
Graduate, Adelaide
Clarity on pay structure and future pay increase would remove uncertainty.
Graduate, Brisbane
I am very happy with my pay relative to my peers in other companies. No mentions of bonus.
Graduate, Auckland
I believe there is an annual review...not sure yet.
Graduate, Melbourne
I believe pay is relatively good for a graduate role, however, I have been offer a higher pay for the same role.
Graduate, Brisbane
I am not at work for the money but for the education. I am not familiar with bonuses however believe they are rewarded where required
Graduate, Sydney
It would be nice if we received more over time pay for longer days, we often don't get paid anything extra for the extra hours we put in, it does add up quickly!
Graduate, Sydney
Slightly above average graduate salary. No knowledge of bonuses
Graduate, Sydney
The pay is acceptable for an entry level position. I want to know what is required of me to receive a pay rise when I renew my contract.
Graduate, Melbourne
Pay is fair for the work put in.
Graduate, Newcastle
About standard for graduate role
Graduate, Brisbane
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.
Graduate, Melbourne
Believe the salary is generally consistent with industry, and those who work hard receive bonuses when the company is flourishing
Graduate, Sydney
My starting salary was fair but I haven't received any other kind of pay rise or bonuses since I started, even though my team was very busy last year and we were exceeding expectations financially.
Graduate, Melbourne
Graduate salaries need to be a little more competitive
Graduate, Newcastle
Haven't had anything to do with this as of yet
Graduate, Sydney
Don't know much about this
Graduate, Auckland
No bonuses as far as I am aware. The pay could be higher but I did start at a lower level when I joined the company - I believe it would be fairly typical pay for someone at my level
Graduate, Sydney
My company has taken the initiative to give me a pay rise as they saw the amount of work I had been putting in.
Midlevel, Melbourne
After having been at a graduate level for nearly 2.5 years, I feel there is not a lot of recognition of career progression, and we are slightly underpaid compared to other civil engineering industries. This may/may not change following my next salary review.
Graduate, Brisbane
The pay is pretty fair, relatively.
Graduate, Adelaide
Decent starting point but unpaid hours are rough
Midlevel, Sydney

What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.

Friday drinks
Graduate, Melbourne
Graduate workshop where they fly all the grads to one place for a 2 day presentation and networking events.
Graduate, Melbourne
Social committee events (sports tickets; EOFY Party; Christmas Party) - Opportunities for development (courses; seminars; Masters degrees)
Graduate, Sydney
No real perks. Lunches on the job when budget allows for it.
Graduate, Melbourne
The company's best perks are travel. I have travelled more than I have ever expected within this company in the last 2 years
Graduate, Adelaide
The great free events and food run by the young professionals organisation, free morning teas
Graduate, Canberra
Free drinks on a regular basis, social events
Graduate, Sydney
The best perk is the ability to relocate around the world and the opportunity to work on large international projects .
Graduate, Sydney
No monetary perks just a good social committee which organises events and free drinks and pizza on the first Friday each month
Graduate, Christchurch
5% discount at Bupa saving me $6 a month. So good!
Graduate, Melbourne
Regular morning teas and lunches with a delicious spread put on each time. There is also a employee recognition system where you can recognise and be recognised with points you can then spend on a variety of perks such as dinner, massages or trips.
Graduate, Sydney
Morning teas and various bonding activities
Graduate, Brisbane
Good hardware to work on. Travel for training.
Graduate, Auckland
The annual tradition of the 'Big Wheel'
Midlevel, Melbourne
Free tickets to industry events.
Graduate, Melbourne
Free lunches
Graduate, Melbourne
Company events are fun
Graduate, Brisbane
A lot of social events and first Friday drinks of every month!!
Graduate, Sydney
First Friday drinks and social events
Graduate, sydney
Free social events and lunches, relaxed car hire terms, no strict starting time each day, being right near the beach means beach swims at lunch.
Graduate, Sydney
Social club, and a good culture of team building activities (lunches, dinners, etc.)
Graduate, Melbourne
Flexible work options, free industry event tickets
Graduate, Newcastle
Office drinks every first Friday. sometimes good external events, however not invited at this stage.
Graduate, Brisbane
First Friday drinks
Graduate, Brisbane
Celebrations of job milestones and major achievements
Graduate, Melbourne
Client functions, monthly drinks and social outings.
Graduate, Sydney
They use a third-party provider to recognise good work. It's hard to see benefits from the system.
Graduate, Melbourne
Points reward system to purchase gift vouchers and experiences - can be given by peers and managers
Graduate, Sydney
Payment for work related travel and accommodation
Graduate, Canberra
Social club discounts to various events internal and external, regular internal events with food and drinks, support with accreditation for engineering bodies, access to industry events
Graduate, Sydney
Discounts on theatrical plays. Free Microsoft suite.
Graduate, Auckland
Providing drinks and food for social events
Midlevel, Brisbane
Moving expenses
Graduate, Brisbane