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Working Hours at WSP Australia
- Average rating for Working Hours, based on 55 reviews7.3 / 10
How flexible is your company when it comes to hours?
Big emphasis on only working 37.5 hours unless deadline/submission is upcoming. Flexible working conditions available and work-from-home.
The company is quite flexible with work hours, but due to the nature of the industry we do work very long hours
I often have to work back quite late to finish deliverables
As a young engineer I am very keen to learn more. The work has never been overwhelming. I have always been given adequate time to not only work on the tasks, but also given the time to learn without feeling stressed for deadline
37.5 paid, 40 odd worked, 45 odd in the office on average.
8am-530pm most days. Flexible when needed for cases like maternity leave and parental considerations. Can work from home if needed but rarely do.
The company is comfortably flexible. As long as you are reasonably around such that other staff members can collaborate with you when necessary, the only requirement is doing your best 37.5 hours per week.
Hours are flexible
It is very flexible and i have also been given the opportunity to work in other office in times of need.
My company is very flexible with my working hours and when and where I complete them.
Very flexible in work hours, can work from home if need be. Can have long lunches as long as the work is done.
Work hours are good, depends on amount of work during a period.
Very flexible. There is an informal time in lieu system Work from home available if you have appointments etc. Leave early if need to but make them up during the rest of the week.
My company is very flexible when required and there is a mutual understanding
My department is very flexible with hours.
I work the standard hours, but they are flexible if I need to work additional or different times
Very flexible, can work from home if needed
Happy with the work hours arrangement.
The company is improving with this regard, and over the time I have worked here (almost 2 years) I feel that my work/life balance has improved significantly. Overtime is an occasional requirement due to the nature of the work.
Great flexible work options. My role requires lots of interaction with others, which makes working in the office a requirement most days. Managers open to discuss pretty much anything.
Very flexible with start times. However sometimes feel very overloaded. Busiest week I have done was last week in fact, and worked until 9pm for 3 nights, and then came in on the weekend for 4 hours to set myself up for the week.
The company is flexible in allowing work from home, or late starts or early finishes. However, there is an expectation that over the week you will work over time for no extra pay.
Company is flexible with hours, as long as work is completed on time and within budget. Large scale jobs however can often require w/e and night works
Hours are flexible if I have appointments or other obligations that need time or days off work, but we're expected to work 8+hours a day as a matter of course even though we're supposed to only work 7.5 as far as I'm aware.
The company is very flexible and has great options.
Very flexible - have core hours, and all other hours can be worked based on individual preference
Very flexible, but have been expected to stay overtime for free during busy periods
9-5. working from home options, time in lieu
Very flexible with work hours - however it's easy to spend more time than required in the office
We will have to attend office between 10 am to 3 pm only. rest of the hours can be done from wherever.
I often stay back or come in early (or both) as we were understaffed for a long time.
The company is flexible when it comes to the time you can arrive at work/leave, however ultimately the work still needs to be completed on-time so it's up to the employee to take the necessary steps
It's very typical 37.5 hours per week.
I work a fair bit of unpaid overtime. Hours are flexible, but the work still needs to get done.
They are flexible with when they are put in, but they generally require a lot.