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Nationwide Building Society Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what Nationwide Building Society employees think about work life balance at the company and make sure this fits your lifestyle. Employees have questions about everything from the work from home policy, overtime and flexibility.

Nationwide Building Society has a work life balance rating of 4.1.

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6 English questions out of 6

8 May 2021

What is working from home like at Nationwide Building Society?

Pros

Decent pay, good incentives and benefits, it’s a company that actually cares about their staff, work from home

Cons

If you like your weekends and bank holidays free this isn’t a role for you. Difficult to balance work and life. Also very difficult to progress

Decent pay, good incentives and benefits, it’s a company that actually cares about their staff, work from home

8 May 2021

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24 May 2020

How is the work/life balance at Nationwide Building Society?

Pros

Good facilities, good salary compared to cost of living and the area, relatively good work life balance, good pension

Cons

Recognition, people in higher positions get comfortable which makes progression very hard, cost cutting, bad decisions at the top (investment in business/commercial which went to waste), shared bonus pool

Advice to Management

Have a clear cost cutting plan, cutting jobs and bonuses is understandable but when you waste the money you save both on internal and external programmes and strategies that are a waste of time or don’t work, it just reduces morale and makes you question the people at the top of the firm

Good facilities, good salary compared to cost of living and the area, relatively good work life balance, good pension

24 May 2020

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7 January 2020

What is overtime like at Nationwide Building Society?

Pros

relaxed working environment with an emphasis on development.

Cons

long hours and no overtime pay

long hours and no overtime pay

7 January 2020

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3 December 2021

Does Nationwide Building Society reimburse for mileage?

Pros

The salary of nationwide when you first begin is very reasonable. Especially if you are leaving college and joining at the age of 18. It enables you to purchase a car and pay a variety of bills as well as enjoy your teenage years like you should.

Cons

The salary climbs gradually and even when you are up skilled or join another department in customer service the wage rarely jumps up more than £400 in one go. This makes it a great company to start at but you will want to either completely switch departments or find employment else where after a few years.

It enables you to purchase a car and pay a variety of bills as well as enjoy your teenage years like you should.

3 December 2021

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16 May 2022

How are flexible working hours at Nationwide Building Society?

Pros

Flexible working, nice managers, not a fantastic work to life balance and pay could be better Security Progression

Cons

Work life balance Being treated terribly by some customers Pay could be better

Advice to Management

If you’re going to ask us to do more than we’re contracted to, pay us better. And lazy members of staff get away with murder constantly

Flexible working, nice managers, not a fantastic work to life balance and pay could be better

16 May 2022

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