Nelu is a global diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) consultancy that specializes in employee benefits. We are redefining how these programs are designed, delivered, and used.
Enhancing DE&I is everyone's responsibility. In the benefits space, it's our expertise.
We see the future of benefits.
It is a future in which programs and communications allow all participants to access and achieve health and financial wellbeing, no matter who they are.
We make benefits accessible.™
Independent. Nelu does not administer benefits, which enables us to look objectively at your designs, communications, and processes. We want what's best for our clients and their participants. Period.
More than terms of employment. We help our clients deliver inclusive and sustainable benefits and wellbeing programs that meet the needs of today's diverse workforce.
An extension of your team. We partner with your internal and external stakeholders to provide comprehensive solutions.
We established a Total Rewards DE&I function at a global manufacturer. We created first-of-their-kind solutions that optimized programs based on employee feedback and increased vendor diversity
We led and communicated a benefits re-structure and redesign for a large energy company with 20+ unions. We helped them more simply and accurately communicate applicable benefits to each group
We helped a large chemical company restructure their health and retirement benefits to increase operational efficiency and save 100s of hours of work
We increased women’s representation at a leading financial services firm, connecting women employees with women financial advisors
"Nelu is EXACTLY the missing link between what I want and what the big benefits providers are able to do."
- Benefits Director | Fortune 500
"Nelu's leaders created a more inclusive environment for the LGBTQ+ community at our company. The intentional focus they brought to their work on building greater visibility, cultural understanding, and acceptance made all the difference. Thanks to them, our voices were heard and our members felt seen.”