external wholesaler-Financial Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – November 16, 2015
Nationwide Financial is a great company to both work for and partner with. They provide their employees with nice benefits, pay, and ability to grow in the organization. For those who partner with Nationwide Financial as a producer or client experience great service .
Excellent moral company. Excellent products priced poorly. Middle and Junior Management not focused on sales or bottom line - focused on process and coached to a process, not a sale. Process is frequently preached as more important than closing business which frustrates many on the sales desk.
I have been with Nationwide Financial for 34 years. This is a great place to work. Great place to work. Plenty of room for advancement if you choose that path. The part that makes me happy at the end of the day is knowing that I was able to help at least one external customer and make that person feel like part of the Nationwide neighborhood.
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – January 14, 2015
I liked working for Nationwide and the daily contact with customers and being able to solve their issues. I did expect more job security. The company closed their Delaware location and moved back to Columbus Ohio and left about 500 people out of work in 2008 which was the start of a great recession. It took me 18 months before I found another job.
Marketing thought leader with expertise leading dynamic teams to deliver business results by developing and executing strategic marketing programs for B2B and B2C markets across multiple distribution platforms
Nationwide is an engaged company where the objective is to groom its employees for growth and advancement. Management coaches you to grow, and you learn to coach new employees to grow. Add in the team and company wide outings, the community involvement, and the opportunity to learn how to brand yourself, and you've got no choice but to succeed.
MS SQL Server Developer/SSRS/SSIS/SSAS (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 7, 2014
• Wrote user requirement documents based on functional specification. • Designed data models using Erwin. • Worked with Visual basic for access the database using data access objects, VB script. • Designed and developed SSIS packages using stored procedures, configuration files, tables, views, and functions and implemented best practices to maintain optimal performance. • Migrate the data from SQL server 2000 to 2005/08 and also to work with DTS packages migration SQL server 2000 to SQL server 2005/08 SSIS. • Involved to work with building a new platform with the using of SSIS. • Responsible for creating the reports basing on the requirements using SSRS 2008. • Created Cross-Tab, Drill-down and Sub-Report using RDL. Promoted RDLs to Reporting Service Server. • Involved to work with performance tune reporting service with replication for reporting. • Identified the data source and defining them to build the data source views. • Wrote the SQL queries for the drill down reports. • Identified and added the report parameters. • Formatted the reports using the Global variables and expressions. • Developed physical data models and create DDL scripts to create database schema and database objects. • Developed, monitored and deployed SSIS packages. • Implement of custom logging information with the using execute SQL task for SSIS packages. • Developed stores procedures to transform the data from enterprise data warehouse to APT data mart to build dimensions and load data to fact tables. • Performance tuning to optimize SQL queries using query analyzer. • Created indexes, Constraintsmore... and rules on database objects.less
An average work day consists of a daily group meeting with our team lead/manager to discuss any new processing procedures put in place to help us be more efficient. After that we would then begin our work day which consisted of reviewing and auditing work, and providing feedback for employee errors. My co-workers were positive and upbeat and always willing to leand a helping hand if needed.
buliding and maintianing relationship with co-workers
processing tasks according to inefficient procedures