My interview was with my ex area manager (who was a diamond!) and a branch manager. It was very friendly, but at times very corporate.
Interview questions are all competency based, interviewing manager can usually pick 5-6 competency based questions to ask the interviewee
Pay reviews happen yearly. You have a conversation with your leader about how you would rate your performance and are required to provide evidence to back this up. This is completed in April and then pay increase would happen in June time.
What is their policy about nails/fake nails and bright colours ? Do they even have any policy for that?
I have no idea all I can say is you will have no nails left after working there for a week!
With some work done on their culture, they should do well.
The immoral practices used in some areas of Nationwide need to be addressed for their admin work to be processed correctly and for employees to feel compelled to carry on working there.
What is the paid holiday policy like at Nationwide Building Society? How many days do you get per year?
Can book holidays as and when you need them throughout the year as long as the hours are available (ie it hasn't already been requested by multiple other people) for your department. Around 4 and a half weeks holiday a year (based off full time)
Nationwide promotes flexible working however this really depends on the business area and individual managers within these areas