nPlan Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what nPlan 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.

nPlan has a work life balance rating of 4.6.

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3 English questions out of 3

16 January 2020

How is the work/life balance at nPlan?

Pros

Working at nPlan has been a great experience for me. We are several small teams working on big problems, which keeps things challenging and interesting all the time. I think that the biggest benefit of working at nPlan is that everyone's ideas get heard and evaluated on their merit. If you can think of a solution to a problem, you are encouraged to implement it. On top of that, you have good work/life balance, great people, great benefits and the possibility to work on a problem that will change the world for the better.

Cons

The cons of working at nPlan come, mainly, from being an early stage startup. For instance, many processes are not yet properly defined, a lot of time is spent making decisions, attending meetings that are not necessarily relevant to you or not ever having enough people to get everything done on time. However, all these cons are balanced out by the culture of the company, which encourages everyone, at every level, to continuously improve themselves and the company.

Advice to Management

Keep up the focus in people so that we can continue delivering the best service for our clients!

On top of that, you have good work/life balance, great people, great benefits and the possibility to work on a problem that will change the world for the better.

16 January 2020

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4 July 2021

Does nPlan reimburse for mileage?

Pros

- Complex data source to work with, which means there are many many interesting avenues to be explored; - Real impact in the world -- all revenue received by nPlan implies a much larger monetary value at the client. Large infrastructure projects are often paid for by public institutions, which means our taxpayers' money can be spent elsewhere. - The best part is actually the people. Everyone is here for one another, and we have very diverse backgrounds.

Cons

- Startups being startups: sometimes it's an emotional rollercoaster

Large infrastructure projects are often paid for by public institutions, which means our taxpayers' money can be spent elsewhere.

4 July 2021

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12 August 2021

How are flexible working hours at nPlan?

Pros

Really great culture, good emphasis on learning and development. Flexible working with many opportunities to make an impact and have your opinion heard, and a nice range of benefits too.

Cons

High pressure the majority of the time which isn't always recognised. Sometimes there can be a sense of a lack of clear direction which causes priorities to change at short notice. This, along with the side effect of occasionally making some recent work obsolete, can be frustrating at times. Sometimes easy to be overlooked outside of your team as people in multiple teams get the most exposure

Advice to Management

Make sure that employees levels of commitment are always recognised and appreciated which isn't always the case. Have more options for growing within the company other than just CL or POs as some people may stagnate.

Flexible working with many opportunities to make an impact and have your opinion heard, and a nice range of benefits too.

12 August 2021

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