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WSP Australia

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Corporate Social Responsibility at WSP Australia

8 rating for Corporate Social Responsibility, based on 43 reviews
What projects/initiatives does your employer run and what have you worked on personally?
We have strict and thorough quality and ethics standards.
Graduate, Brisbane
A lot of work to make sure employees are aware of local issues. Initiatives included pro bono work for areas affected by the bushfires.
Graduate, Sydney
Do some interesting pro-bono work, commitment to reducing carbon emissions
Midlevel, Adelaide
I'm personally been a part of the WSP Mapathon, which is a missing maps initiative, mapping areas in less developed parts so emergency services can find their way around better. There are a bunch of other ones.
Graduate, Canberra
WA office has been working closely with Sister Kate and ensures all workers understand the origins. I've organised and participated Pathways Steaming Ahead event which involves promoting STEM studies to female students.
Graduate, Brisbane
WSP does pro-bono work, works on various humanitarian projects - e.g. bridges to prosperity, does blood drives, raises money etc.
Midlevel, Perth
WSP has a Reconciliation action plan communications, as well as maintains a strong focus on sustainability.
Graduate, Brisbane
WSP is committed to mindfulness on an individual level and throughout the business. The company has transparent intentions, and applies good morals throughout proposals, bids, and project completion.
Graduate, Brisbane
WSP is committed to Reconciliation Australia's - Reconciliation Action Plan, as well as a highly defined CSR, I can't point to any projects in particular that I have been apart of or worked on.
Graduate, Sydney
WSP's new Brisbane office design was inspired by Australian indigenous culture and art. - All new starters have to complete a code of conduct induction and workplace behaviour induction
Graduate, Melbourne