Nationwide is the world's largest building society as well as one of the largest savings providers and a top-three provider of mortgages in the UK. It is also a major provider of current accounts, credit cards, ISAs and personal loans. Nationwide has around 15 million customers. Customers can manage their finances in a branch, via the mobile app, on the telephone, internet and post. The Society has around 17,000 employees. Nationwide's head office is in Swindon with administration centres based in Northampton, Bournemouth and Dunfermline. The Society also has a number of call centres across the UK.
Nationwide House, Pipers Way, Swindon, SN38 1NW
Nationwide offers their employees flexibility and the choice to decide where they work best. Importantly, Nationwide believe that giving flexibility allows those who are discouraged from applying from different parts of the country more encouragement by removing barriers and creating a more diverse workforce.
Their flexible working arrangements such as flexi-time, job sharing and term-time contracts make Nationwide more accessible for those who require flexibility.
What we love about Nationwide:
💡 Nationwide are committed to being accessible and inclusive through its flexible working arrangements.
💡 Nationwide has reduced travel and energy emission by not requiring all colleagues to come into the office.
💡Nationwide give control to their employees to decide what working arrangements works best for them.
What's worth checking with Nationwide:
💡 There is limited flexibility to branch-based staff, although Nationwide is looking for ways to offer a level of flexibility for a work-life balance.
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Nationwide offer colleagues flexibility and choice about where they work. In conjunction with their colleagues and manager, colleagues are empowered to decide where they can best work from. This enables them to balance both work and home demands. A flexible approach to working removes barriers that once might have discouraged people from considering a role in a different part of the country. It enables colleagues to move more easily around the organisation and try different roles, as well as opening jobs to a more diverse set of people from across the UK, rather than just those able to travel to and from offices. It is hoped that by casting the net wider, we can better reflect our members and become even more connected to the UK communities we serve every day.