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Culture at NAB
- Average rating for Culture, based on 13 reviews7.8 / 10
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
NAB has a very welcoming culture with people very keen to show you around, teach you and allow you to shadow. It also has a fantastic work-life balance with both my bosses encouraging exercise at lunch.
Friendly and open.
The graduate program has a good social network. But performance units that I have worked lacked a bit of culture
It depends fairly heavily on the team. My first rotation culture was brilliant and the second rotation was not quite the same. Currently on secondment, I'm finding the work culture fairly serious but I still feel part of the team despite being quite new.
NAB is a business built on respect and equality. Leaders within the organisation are engaging and readily interact with Graduates. More broadly, all employees work collaboratively and cooperatively.
The company culture is truly amazing! Everyone is so helpful and respectful of each other!
The company is really large and always transforming, so there is bound to be differences in culture across teams. The business unit you rotate into will determine the experience you will have as a graduate.
Both the teams I have been in have had fantastic cultures. Both have had a very caring, family atmosphere, and allow a lot of flexibility when commitments outside of work come up.