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62 English questions out of 62

15 January 2020

Does AXA offer massages?

Pros

Training provided Free fruit and drinks Nice location

Cons

Understaffed for amount of work Hard to progress Outdated computer systems

Advice to Management

Take a serious look at the computer system as it is ridiculously outdated and so complex to use

Free fruit and drinks

15 January 2020

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28 April 2019

Does AXA offer relocation assistance?

Pros

- Good benefits package.

Cons

- Lot of politics. - Very hierarchical.

Good benefits package.

28 April 2019

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12 July 2019

Does AXA offer dental insurance?

Pros

Great colleagues, good benefits (great insurance coverage)

Cons

Entity relocated to a lower cost country

Great colleagues, good benefits (great insurance coverage)

12 July 2019

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29 November 2020

Does AXA offer parental leave?

Pros

Some good benefits such as life insurance and enhanced maternity pay

Cons

It's hard to describe how much I hated working here! The job starts with 6 weeks of overly complicated training with multiple tests that you need to pass or you'll fail training and be shown the door (I later learnt that you wouldn't but they need to instill the fear early). If that wasn't enough, they make you take your books home to revise in your own time or you'll be seen as not taking it seriously enough. Once out of training and on the phones, you're faced with call queues of sometimes over 100 callers waiting. Everything is scripted, so you feel like a robot reading the same thing again and again and again. You don't get any time in between calls, it's just horrendous. They also audit EVERYTHING you do. You can't breathe without it being audited or quality checked. It turned me into a nervous wreck. There's a reason why they're always looking for staff. It's because it's low paid slave labour!

Some good benefits such as life insurance and enhanced maternity pay

29 November 2020

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27 January 2020

Does AXA have a pension plan?

Pros

Varied work in a busy office but good features are decent salary, flexible working and excellent pension scheme.

Cons

Training is not great

Advice to Management

Need to invest more time in training people and need more staff

Varied work in a busy office but good features are decent salary, flexible working and excellent pension scheme.

27 January 2020

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