- United Kingdom
- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does nPlan provide?
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Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Work From Home(4 comments)
‘Very flexible. Whatever makes sense by way of working location is encouraged, which could be home sometimes or in the office to lift the company spirit’
- Flexible Working(4 comments)
‘Same principle as remote working’
Healthcare provision for a company of this size
Thoughtfully designed, implemented, and constantly updated benefits
Flexible working, unlimited holiday and comprehensive health insurance
good for a start up
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Benefits and perks are reviewed very often to make sure they are inclusive and everyone benefits rather than just a few people. There is a great emphasis on physical and mental health which is wonderful for my overall condition.
nPlan's regularly reviews and improves its benefits, including medical insurance, gym allowance and uncapped holidays.
The benefits package is unlike I've seen anywhere else. Personally, I mostly enjoy the flexibility of the workplace - I can work from a different country, at different times of a day that suit me, as long as I stay aligned with my team, but I can still come to the office whenever I want to for some workshops or for change of scenery. The unlimited holidays and paid sick leave are really amazing, I really appreciate that I don't have to stress about the number of days left in the year but rather take time off when I need to and be more productive the rest of the time. The company really cares about its employees and helps them work in the way that best works for them as well as develop themselves further.
Our benefits are constantly improving and evolving, and it really matters that the team actually get to take advantage of benefits that are meaningful to them. For example, rather than partnering with a specific gym provider nPlan offers a fitness allowance that can be used however we choose to get active!
Always evolving for the better
Gym membership, comprehensive health insurance via Vitality, home office allowance, regular team events, unlimited holidays