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8 English questions out of 8

1 September 2020

What is a typical working day like at AXA?

Pros

shift timings no work pressure and good working environment

Cons

assistant manager and manager are useless

Advice to Management

please change the assistant manager and the manager

shift timings no work pressure and good working environment

1 September 2020

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26 November 2018

What are meetings like at AXA?

Pros

great team, good energy and motivation

Cons

I could see a lots of meetings and managers who seem to like micro management

I could see a lots of meetings and managers who seem to like micro management

26 November 2018

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10 June 2020

What is it like working with clients or customers at AXA?

Pros

Always hiring due to call centre environment.

Cons

The most rude clients I have ever dealt with.

Advice to Management

More posts for West Sussex area please

The most rude clients I have ever dealt with.

10 June 2020

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19 May 2020

Does AXA provide leads to sales teams?

Pros

Great products, support, environment and money to be made IF you are a salesperson by nature. AXA's commissions are top notch in the US and worldwide.

Cons

You gotta start your portfolio from zero. You get access to tools and courses on how to improve your salesmanship however on building a portfolio you are on your own, no leads.

You get access to tools and courses on how to improve your salesmanship however on building a portfolio you are on your own, no leads.

19 May 2020

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23 July 2019

What is the work environment like at AXA?

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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