Current and former employees report that Nielsen provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘At par with government guidelines.’
‘Sick leave is a lot but should have a feasibility to carry forward’
‘25 days leave at start but can get up to 30’
Perks include health insurance, vacation days - CL/SL and PL, work from home during the pandemic, online courses offered on company site to further associate development
They offered just the base package and no variable pay
Nothing,over all good and nice work place.
Good leave policy for employees
I have joined a company from 10th of Jan 22. Officially my probation period is of 3 months having 15 days notice period. But a better offer came from Nielsen and also the role and project is best suited for me. So, is it common to leave a job that somebody recently joined or should I reconsider my decision. I am not really sure what to do here? Little guidance please . Thank you.
Hello Everyone, I'm new on this platform. I have two offers in hand. One is with Deloitte which is about US leadership advisory and second one is with Nielsen which is about consumer insights. Deloitte USI is offering a package of 16L (15+1) and Nielsen is giving 14L fixed. Deloitte is offering more money, though I want to join Nielsen as I have my expertise in market research and consumer insights. Kindly share views.
Decent health insurance and flexible work schedule. Great team and friendly leadership. They do care about your growth in the company
Nothing at all, everything is worst. They have a Appraisal cycle of 2 years and so on
Easily lay off No proper guidance Hr won't help anything Onsite option Place is good
Best company I'm looking for this kind of company
Best thing is that nielsen truly cares for the employee
Best is work life balance Everything else is worst