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39 questions about working at AXA
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Answered by AXA
24 December 2019
Thanks for your question. It depends on the role you're applying for. Some of our roles have assessment centres, some just an interview. You can ask the AXA resourcing person if you get through to that point. There is usually a telephone interview to start. We will obviously make any adaptations if needed to support people through the process where required, so if the recruitment process for the role you're applying for is going to be something you need adapted, please do speak to your AXA resourcing person upon contact.
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24 December 2019
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Answered 25 February 2019
Our line managers would usually give feedback as part of an employee's ongoing career/work discussions. This can be as formal as in a 1:1 or through an informal chat. Some areas of the business have training teams who give feedback as part of continuous improvement - this is most likely in one of our contact centre's.
Answered by AXA
20 July 2020
We do "dress for our day" at AXA, meaning if there are no formal meetings then the dress code is slightly more relaxed on a normal working day. However, at interviews, most people would attend in formal business wear.
Answered by AXA
24 December 2019
We love it when our people talk about working at AXA. That is why we encourage our employees to follow our social media pages, to share content and also to refer their friends to come and work for us (for which they get a monetary thank you!). We read reviews left on Indeed and Glassdoor from our employees so we can hear what our people are saying. We hope our people are proud to belong to AXA.
Answered by AXA
24 December 2019
This will depend on the role you have. Our contact centres tend to have shifts they work which do include one Saturday a month and one bank holiday year. Whereas other area's tend to work 9-5 or 9-5.30. This information will be on the job advert you're looking at but please do contact the resourcing team if you're not sure about the role you might apply for.
Answered by AXA
24 December 2019
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Answered 2 July 2019
At AXA we ask our employees frequently (at least once a quarter) in a survey if they have any comments to feedback. Every single one of these comments, that are captured anonymously, is read by the leadership team and the managers so they can hear what our employees are recommending to the CEO by way of improvements.
Answered by AXA
20 July 2020
This depends on the role. Our contact centres are open at the weekend for our customers so there is usually one Saturday a month for roles like that to do. The teams in our contact centres work very closely together and if there is a Saturday that a team member really needs to not be working on then they're usually able to swap with their team colleagues. Non contact centre roles do not work on Saturdays.
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24 December 2019
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