There are no average people at NIL!
Expert knowledge, focus on developing talents and numerous successful projects complement our company values: progressive approaches, reliability, responsibility and dedication – these values help us create success for our clients.
NIL wants to offer employees a full and creative life and help them to find a healthy balance between private life and work. That’s why we offer employees the following benefits:
- Knowledge - the most important value at NIL. We help our employees develop their talents and include them in the most challenging projects at home and abroad.
- Creative work environment - innovative ideas are tested on state-of-the-art equipment. Our “thinking corner” is used for coming up with new ideas — often while relaxing with a game of table football.
- Open communication – between NIL employees and management, communication is open and relaxed, based on mutual respect and responsibility.
- Teamwork - the best ideas and solutions are born in a team with a good atmosphere, where each person knows the importance of his or her role and actively strives for common success.
- Flexible work hours – it’s not important where and when you work. What’s important is that you do your job well. Employees can work from home and, if the project allows it, on the schedule that they feel is most comfortable and maximizes their creativity.
- Stimulating rewards – we are well aware of the value of good workers to the success of our company, and we reward our staff accordingly.
Professional and personal development of employees
Knowledge is our most important value. We can only compete in the fast-developing global IT market with expert knowledge. That’s why we invest great resources in the training and development of our employees. In addition to regular professional certification, employees are involved in a program of personal development, enabling rapid inclusion of young coworkers in challenging projects at home and abroad. We want to discover talent in each new employee and help to develop that talent. This is predominantly the responsibility of the employee, helped by his or her immediate supervisor and the head of personnel development.