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Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide, United States on Nov 1st, 2019
"Terrible place to work if you are a women, i advise against it "
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Apr 21st, 2018
"Its a great company and family atmosphere! We win awards! Come join us!"
"They are working hard to hire more women. They recently added a higher match to the 401K and a couple more days for parental leave. "
"Inclusive company that values women and their career progression. Catalyst Award recipient."
"Nationwide values work life balance and offers flexibility and fairness to all its associates"
"Great place to work! Supports and promotes work life balance. Been recognized as a great place to work by numerous sources."
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Feb 8th, 2018
"Nationwide is full of truly nice people and work life balance is amazing here. The only issue is that their maternity leave policy requires short term disability after 10 days."
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Jan 18th, 2018
"It's a great place to work. Flexibility depends upon your manager and your job. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Dec 22nd, 2017
"There is flexibility and support for working moms. Managers understand and promote work and life balance."
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Nov 14th, 2017
"family friendly and family focused work environment - flexibility to adjust hours as needed"
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Nov 10th, 2017
"Overall, great place to work. Very comfortable job, but can be difficult to move up and get challenging assignments. Need to get better at getting women in Senior leadership roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Jun 22nd, 2017
"Nationwide is a great place to work for opportunities and flexibility. I have chosen to stay here for 21 years and have progressed from middle management to senior management. Our culture has continued to improve with many new flexible workplace programs being instituted. We have been recognized on Fortune's Great Place to Work For list for 3 years in a row - and I agree!"
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Apr 20th, 2017
"I love this company! We have gained position Fortune's "Top 100 Places to Work" over the past 3 years and have been named to other such lists, as well; lots of good buzz! There are a great number of opportunities to learn and advance. The pay ranges are provided for each job "level" so there is transparency there. We have groups (both professional and hobby) to meet people and engage associates. We have many learning opportunities, both online and classroom. Our benefits are very nice. One of our 5 core values is "We have fun!" It is a large company but feels like family, truly. The more mobile one is, the more opportunities one has to advance. Take advantage of all of the perks such a large company offers. Attire is business casual except for special events, though we recently implemented a policy allowing jeans every day. It is a great place to work, to learn and to network. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nationwide on Sep 13th, 2016
"It's a big, slow moving company... but they've promoted women into leadership positions and executed a huge brand redefinition of late. I think they're getting increasinly progressive and supportive."
"Nationwide works to keep diversity and woman's equality in the work force conversation. There is always more to be done, but with groups who share their experience, there is progress."
"I worked for Nationwide for 7 years. Women hold many supervisor roles but when it gets up to the upper level management it is predominantly male-dominated."
"Large gender gap in IT leadership roles. No company acknowledgement of gender gap or pay equality issues. For most benefits, I feel Nationwide always implements fairly. For example, I think Nationwide is a leader in LGBT benefits, but implemented in a way that supports many non-traditional households. Based on that track record, I choose to trust there is not a huge pay gap. Despite lack of transparency on gender gap and pay equality issues, as a woman in IT at Nationwide, I feel respected and valued. Mostly, it's just lonely being the only woman in most meetings."
"On the surface and in some areas, it's a great company for women. Strong policies and HR team help. But at higher levels, there is a sense of a boys club. Look at the senior leaders, no women reporting to CEO except legal and HR....support functions but no women with P&L responsibility. That "women as support" mentality permeates. Regardless of level, try being the only woman in a meeting and not be expected to be the one to take notes. Mid-level male execs wear dress slacks and oxfords most days--jackets, ties, suits occassionally. Women are in skirts and jackets or suits almost every day of the week."