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Diversity key to the future of engineering

30 August 2019 Kate Palmer

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Historically the engineering industry hasn’t always been diverse and inclusive, however WSP Opus is playing a key role in driving change.

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Media release: WSP Opus puts family first

30 August 2019 Oliver Hill

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Leading engineering and design consultancy WSP Opus is again challenging the status quo, introducing a progressive parental leave policy.

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Inspiring tomorrow’s innovators

8 August 2019 Kate Palmer

Inspiring tomorrows innovators
One of New Zealand’s leading research facilities has played host to the next generation of aspiring scientists and engineers.

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WSP Opus’ Ben Holland new President of Engineering NZ

29 March 2019 Kate Palmer

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WSP Opus is delighted that Ben Holland, Head of Commercial and Major Project Governance, has been appointed as President of Engineering New Zealand.

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WSP Opus breaks engineering stereotypes

28 March 2019 Kate Palmer

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WSP Opus continues to lead the way in diversity and inclusion as it welcomes a fresh intake of new graduates.

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Cultural intelligence in sport and recreation

26 November 2018 Kate Palmer

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Sport and recreation has an essential role in forming and maintaining the fabric of our communities and our society overall. A vibrant sport and recreation culture can provide social benefits far beyond the sporting field – to underpin happy, healthy, cohesive and resilient communities. Sheryne Lok, WSP Opus Parks, Sport and Recreation Consultant, takes a closer look at what’s happening in Auckland.

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WSP Opus closes gender pay gap

20 August 2018 Kate Palmer

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In an industry-leading move, WSP Opus has closed a 7.5% pay gap for people in similar roles within the organisation.

Ian Blair, Managing Director of WSP Opus, describes the move as a no brainer.

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