60 employees reported this benefit
Available to most employees.
Fairly flexible with things like home working, however it is more of a Fridays at home culture than other days in the week which would be more sensible
You can work overtime but not being paid for it.
There are shift rotations that means that you can work any time between 8 and 8. Generally this is quite good
Flexible working is generally permitted 1 day per week. Lack of desk space at Nationwide offices means that really, you need to work from home 2 days per week. You won't necessarily be given the right resources to effectively work from somewhere other than at your workstation.
Flexible working is promoted but in reality the need for an unusually high number of face to face meetings means that you need to be in the office more than you might have expected. People don't seem to use the phone as much as they could. I'd like to work at home more often, particularly as my commute is long.
Company allows one day a week flexible if you have genuine reasons.
Nationwide adopts a good dynamic working programme
Flexible Working Requests are in place for employees requesting flexible/alternative hours. There are also processes in place for manager's to request the employee to change their hours to accommodate business needs. Outcomes are normally fair when a change of hours are requested and will be accommodated where possible.
Depends where you work and what your responsibilities are.