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We crowdsource Arcadis NV's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Arcadis NV's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Arcadis NV employees.

Arcadis NV Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies

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Industrial: Engineering Maternity and Paternity Leave

How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Industrial: Engineering industry offer?

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  • 6 6
  • 11 9
  • 0 2
  • 0 0

Arcadis NV Maternity Leave Comments

  • "There are a lot of women who come in out of school. It helps that this is a very large engineering firm. But the atmosphere is hyper competitive where the loudest voice often progresses fastest. That said, it is *very* flexible with hours and work from home. Most people work remote and a lot of women are allowed to go to part-time hours after maternity leave if they'd like to cut hours, but keep working. That said, it is expected you put in 120%, so even on part-time you end up working longer hours than expected. There are very few women in leadership, but in middle management there are many." - Lady EngineeringLady
  • "Flex schedule policy, remote work program and additional paid paternity leave." - Lady The beat
  • "Although Arcadis is a netherlands based company, in the US they only allow the federally mandated maternity leave (plus 1 day). It burns talking to a person that works in the exact same company that gets way more time off just cause they are another country. But i guess that's more of a negative of the US. Arcadis is more than willing to let you have a flex time. A number of women have kids and then start working part time as a way to spend more time at home. If you are a lower grade and cant work in the field then its seen as a negative to do this. Often to reduce your hours you will work more unpaid hours (marketing) to make up to the percieved operations gods. I am often the only women in some big strategy meetings, helping run the show, and the Men have only every been absolutely friendly towards me. " - Market queen

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