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17 November 2018

Does AXA offer a quarterly bonus?

Pros

You will be offered either 20K, 30K, 50K monthly allowance depending on your work experience. If your experience is related to Sales and/or Financials esp. Insurance, you expect a higher offer. Quarterly Bonus Offers the highest commission amongst other insurance companies Virtual and Office based Trainings provided Local/International Travel And many more bonuses

Cons

Monthly Allowance is prorated The branch that I belong don't value your feedback System being used is conventional Communication bridging/Process is very slow ....And worst, when you share your feedback on things that seems not right to you and for your clients, or share how your team and the management can develop a more effective way to fix things, they will listen but they don't really understand a and will stick to their old process. I guess they are just TOO focus on expanding the business to meet the revenue standard of the Insurance Commission.

Advice to Management

Listen and value each individual.

Quarterly Bonus

17 November 2018

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20 October 2018

What is the salary like at AXA?

Pros

Average salaries and benefits, flex time, home office, great parental leaves

Cons

No meal plans, no dental or vision, difficult management, lot of turnover

Average salaries and benefits, flex time, home office, great parental leaves

20 October 2018

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17 November 2018

Does AXA offer a monthly bonus?

Pros

You will be offered either 20K, 30K, 50K monthly allowance depending on your work experience. If your experience is related to Sales and/or Financials esp. Insurance, you expect a higher offer. Quarterly Bonus Offers the highest commission amongst other insurance companies Virtual and Office based Trainings provided Local/International Travel And many more bonuses

Cons

Monthly Allowance is prorated The branch that I belong don't value your feedback System being used is conventional Communication bridging/Process is very slow ....And worst, when you share your feedback on things that seems not right to you and for your clients, or share how your team and the management can develop a more effective way to fix things, they will listen but they don't really understand a and will stick to their old process. I guess they are just TOO focus on expanding the business to meet the revenue standard of the Insurance Commission.

Advice to Management

Listen and value each individual.

You will be offered either 20K, 30K, 50K monthly allowance depending on your work experience.

17 November 2018

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17 February 2020

What are other benefits and incentives like at AXA?

Pros

Good benefits and compensation

Cons

Few opportunity to stay after internship contract

Good benefits and compensation

17 February 2020

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30 July 2019

Does AXA offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

Really cheap PMI for employees and family Big company so movement and development is possible The people (the 'workers') are fantastic Annual bonus at around 8% (depending on performance) Option to buy and sell holiday days Lots of local and national discounts

Cons

Still has a very outdated corporate feel in some departments

Advice to Management

Your middle management level seems lost. There's lots of messages coming down from the top about feeling empowered and flexible working, but it feela like middle management are scared to actually allow it to happen.

Annual bonus at around 8% (depending on performance)

30 July 2019

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