Current and former employees report that Nationwide Building Society provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Great people but senior leadership confused and very too heavy which slows down the pace and agility of delivery teams.’
‘The higher up you get, the greater the opportunity to work flexibly and manage your own time. ’
‘They did this last year. Unsure if it will continue though. ’
Fantastic package; salary, paid leave, holiday and pension
Amazing pension and salary sacrifice on Apple products
Great overall package and flexible benefits.
Flexible working pattern Supportive environment
This company keeps changing the interview date, is this a red flag? I’m interviewing at a Tech company, and the comp is 6 figures, bonus + equity, unlimited pto and all that good stuff. I made it to the final “presentation/case-study” round of interviews. It was supposed to be this morning, but i got an email stating that its been moved to this Friday. Ok no problem. Got another email a couple minutes ago saying its been moved again to next Thursday. Very frustrating, is this a red flag?
What was the process you went through when leaving your organization? Leaving a fin firm for consulting and this will be my first career switch. Should I talk to my manager first? HR rep first? 401k discussion? Reminding vacation days? Any discussion on this topic would be much appreciated. Also Already signed my new offer too
I am currently on the automation team at JPM and got low-balled and have only been here for two months and not passionate about my job. I just got an offer at GS as a Product Manager with a 30% increase in TC. How do I break this to my manager? Should I bring up the 3 month "at-will" employee paragraph from my contract? What's the best way to do this, my team is understaffed and my manager is going on maternity leave in 4 months. Should I decline GS because I'll be burning a bridge with JPM?
Does anyone here work for Silicon Valley Bank? They recently acquired Boston Private. I’m a candidate for a job at Boston Private. Wondering if SVB is planning layoffs in the near term at BP? Also, does anyone know the anticipated benefits to be rolled out from SVB as the parent company? Specifically interested in health insurance providers. Thanks in advance for any information! Silicon Valley Bank
I recently interviewed with a large bank and the recruiter gave me a call 2 days ago to confirm my salary to put into the offer and asked who I will be bringing with me to relocate (so they can estimate my relocation expense I think). It sounded like an offer, but I don't trust anything unless it's in writing via email/mail. How long should I wait to ask for an update on the job? This is making me super anxious. Thanks for any help.
Generous pension, and family friendly policies
fast moving culture with good career prospects
Great benefits including good pension and flexible benefits such as ability to buy additional holiday
Defined Contribution Pension: up to 16% employer contribution if you pay in 7% Discretionary bonus based on company not individual performance Recent adoption of remote working since the pandemic, enabling you to work from home as much as you want Employee flexclusives, various optional salary sacrifice benefits such as discounted IT equipment Minor benefits provided if you use Nationwide for your current account, such as 20% off legal fees on your mortgage Knocking a star off as I think their pension used to be better (defined benefit), some info out there may imply it still is but it changed in the last few years to DC only
Really good package and able to buy an additional 10 days holiday
Very good package offered and flexible scheme