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7 English questions out of 7

30 May 2020

What is health insurance like at AXA?

Pros

A Flexible company with good medical insurance and multi national culture

Cons

Low salary compared with other insurance company

A Flexible company with good medical insurance and multi national culture

30 May 2020

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2 May 2019

Does AXA offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Experience , pay is decent and tuition reimbursement

Cons

Horrible management that has no prior training or leadership skills

Advice to Management

Obtain training

Experience , pay is decent and tuition reimbursement

2 May 2019

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16 July 2019

Does AXA pay for professional licenses?

Pros

A typical day is busy and productive. I learned to work really well on my own and also as part of a team. Excellent management and workplace. It is a good place to develop.

Cons

You have to pay for a series of licensing exams.

Advice to Management

AXA could shoulder the payment for licensing exams of the upcoming employees.

You have to pay for a series of licensing exams.

16 July 2019

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7 January 2019

Does AXA offer dental insurance?

Pros

Typical financial benefits package, life insurance, private medical and dental package, bike to work scheme, etc Global organisation so huge opportunites.

Cons

Too much change in short timescales. Poor leadership in areas allows young high flyers with little experience to rule the roost and create chaotic work routines and communications.

Typical financial benefits package, life insurance, private medical and dental package, bike to work scheme, etc Global organisation so huge opportunites.

7 January 2019

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23 July 2019

Does AXA offer parental leave?

Pros

Longer maternity leave than other companies, an international work environment with a friendly atmosphere, employees submit high quality work which makes the job easier and is a motivation to produce quality work yourself.

Cons

Few opportunities for job advancement other than promotions within own perimeter. This is department specific. But on the other hand, many opportunities for training.

Longer maternity leave than other companies, an international work environment with a friendly atmosphere, employees submit high quality work which makes the job easier and is a motivation to produce quality work yourself.

23 July 2019

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