Nedbank
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Nedbank Employee Review

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9 November 2020
Its a good company to work for, need a bit of encouraging employees and making it easier for them to come up with innovative ways without a hassle, e.g not expecting the idea to be emailed to all employees for support.
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Pros
excellent ceremonies for events
Cons
Long hours on weekend
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Pros
Valued for your humanity.
Cons
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