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62 English questions out of 62

November 24, 2021

What is paid time off like at Nationwide?

Pros

Great work community, paid time off, decent benefits, work from home options

Cons

No advancement, terrible raises, no appreciation and they do everything they can not to pay you more for the work

Advice to Management

Consider bonuses or more competitive pay

Great work community, paid time off, decent benefits, work from home options

November 24, 2021

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January 24, 2021

Does Nationwide offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Benefits package is excellent, including vacation and insurance

Cons

Pay increases year over year, even for high performers, are a very small percentage.

Benefits package is excellent, including vacation and insurance

January 24, 2021

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April 1, 2021

Does Nationwide offer massages?

Pros

Good pay and free coffee

Cons

No breaks and short lunches

Good pay and free coffee

April 1, 2021

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June 28, 2021

Does Nationwide offer dental insurance?

Pros

If you can negotiate a higher salary the pay is about the only positive about this place. There are some good people who work for the company, but they seem to move on rather quickly. At first I thought this was a good company until I started to see their layers underneath.

Cons

The benefits are horrendous. You pay a lot in medical coverage just to have ridiculously high deductibles. Yes you have TWO deductibles you have to meet. The management does not care a lick about you. They will do as they please. I have heard people go on an action plan with no end date just to be let go when it pleases them. The higher ups get rid of the best managers and we are left with ones who do not know how to do their job. Was lucky to get out when I did. It has gotten a lot worse since then. People were always leaving or being let go. There is little to no career advancement. It will take a long time and lots of experience to get hired in another department. You will find trying to get experience to be a huge challenge. They do not let anyone advance. If it serves the mangers to keep their jobs, I've seen them throw people under the bus to get what they want.

Advice to Management

Look into your managers a lot better and stop getting rid of the ones that not only know how to do their job, but treat their employees well. This is a huge reason why people leave. They will leave when great mangers are let go and all you keep are the ones that do not know how to do their job.

You pay a lot in medical coverage just to have ridiculously high deductibles.

June 28, 2021

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May 30, 2022

Does Nationwide have a pension plan?

Pros

Great benefits with market PTO, decent health insurance, a pension, and 401k contribution match.

Cons

Slow to innovate and/or make decisions

Great benefits with market PTO, decent health insurance, a pension, and 401k contribution match.

May 30, 2022

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