University of Nottingham Benefits FAQ

Read what University of Nottingham employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at University of Nottingham include Flexible Working, Sick Pay and Annual Leave. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at University of Nottingham listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at University of Nottingham.

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What is health insurance like at University of Nottingham?

3 English reviews out of 3

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21 May 2021

Pros

Nice environment, medical benefits are good

Cons

Opportunity to climb up in career ladder is less

Nice environment, medical benefits are good

21 May 2021

Reviewed by: Head of PD in Semenyih (Current Employee)

21 May 2019

Pros

The surrounding green environment. Everyone will tell you that. A very small number of competent staff. Flexibility, but this is being clamped down.

Cons

Health insurance has gotten stingy. Never had dental, nor compensation for traditional chinese medicine, chiropractor, or alternative therapies. Very bad politics, cost cutting exercises, incompetant bosses, micromanaging, bad recruiting and promotion decisions, competant and friendly staff who leave the uni are common occurrences. Bad professional practices and attitudes from staff who are from different parts of the world. Colonial fever is being cured amongst the local staff however. Lack of funding for research projects. The uni has policies against bullying, harrassment and academic misconduct. But they are hardly enforced and seldom investigated. Only applicable after years of evidence and to people lower in the hierarchical chain. Upper management who don't come down to the grassroots.

Advice to Management

Do something about the very low morale and toxic environment. Get rid of toxic colleagues.

Health insurance has gotten stingy.

21 May 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

19 May 2021

Pros

good environment, medical benefit, education subsidy

Cons

low salary, career progression, inclusivity, succession planning , growth not that much

Advice to Management

revise salary for Professional services

good environment, medical benefit, education subsidy

19 May 2021

Reviewed by: Head of Professional Development in Kuala Lumpur (Current Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3

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