NFU Mutual
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NFU Mutual Employee Review

Great place to work

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14 January 2020
Very relaxed and collaborative place to work. Good for long-term career progression and I believe the benefits were very good too. Not so much of a leading-edge / dynamic environment though but depends what you're after.
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