Good work location and culture. Had a reasonable work/life balance and benefits package. Commute to and from work was reasonable.
Complex and top heavy hierarchy of management which made it difficult to streamline processes and operations management.
At Jacobs you feel welcomed, and quickly integrated with your team. Diversity and inclusion are of their top priority. If you feel a need for a technical or administrative support, there is always someone to help you out.
American company with some odd ideas to the British, but you get used to it. Good to work for with a good team and interesting work.
Loyalty seems to only go one way though (might be the bitter me saying that as just been put at risk of redundancy in the middle of a pandemic (this is after CEO video messaged a while ago that the company was financially healthy to ride out the situation!)
The company hosts a completely productive, competitive and respectful environment for its employees. It provides a huge amount of opportunities to its employees to enhance their skills and use them to make projects successful.
Jacobs has a good work culture and its programme management capability is second to none.
Colleagues are generally friendly and professional.
The leadership is excellent in promoting its high profile projects
In general you are paid well but if you are not billable then you get laid off andusually with-out notice. They will tell you they have years of work and then one day shut it all down with out warning.
They recruit you you then lay you off.
A good company to work for. Most managers were effective and supportive, some were distant and not so supportive. The office had groups of old school types, working direct for clients was more pleasant.
It 's a very good work place to develop career by achieving new and advanced technologies and relaxed style, same time fast paced working with a team and manager is always with us to ensure we can go ahead without any hurdles.