Willis Towers Watson
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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Willis Towers Watson Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Carl Hess
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting
  • Headquarters
    51 Lime Street London, England EC3M 7DQ
  • Link
    Willis Towers Watson website
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Salary estimated from 130 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.5K reviews and is evolving.



Risk Management Consultant in Belfast
on 1 March 2022
Global company- inclusive work ethic
Global culture and ethics, didn’t cascade well into regional office.Spent lots if not too much time training on what not to do ethically. Operationally they seemed to disregard ethics in many creative ways.
Business Administrator in Bristol
on 4 May 2022
the company not good for work.
the people working in there are not friendly, treat you very bad. couldn't get support from them at all. the leadership is very poor. difficult to get training from your leader. very bad working experience with them. I am not learn everything.
Actuarial Analyst in United Kingdom
on 29 March 2022
Great Environment
Everyday is different and a new challenge and opportunity to learn. Seniors are very supportive of junior colleagues. There is lots of flexibility to work from home and flexible hours. Work life balance can be a challenge at times.
Associate Director in London, Greater London
on 9 March 2022
Flexible environment and lots of development opportunities
No two days are the same - very large range of work and everything I do is mentally stimulating and challenging, typically involving solving problems for clients.The people are very talented and intelligent, and everyone is willing to give their time to share wisdom / ideas and help with the development of their junior colleagues.The working environment is very flexible and relaxed - even before the COVID pandemic there was flexibility to work from home, work varied hours, etc. You are given the trust and autonomy to get on with your work and take ownership of it.
Manager in Reigate, Surrey
on 23 February 2022
Career progression is great, but at a cost of little work life balance
I cannot begin to explain how much knowledge and career growth I built during my time at WTW. WTW is a very well organised professional company with many benefits. The main issue is that there is a lack of work life balance and work overload. Please also note this depends on what department you work for and what management you have. The company is HUGE! I would recommend it for career growth and learning how to work in a very professional establishment. You will get treated like royalty if you do well!Like all places, there is good and bad, but this one is overall good.

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Interview insights

Insights from 84 Indeed users who have interviewed with Willis Towers Watson within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview questions

They asked what I was looking to get out of this work experience .

Shared on 20 December 2018

What were your experience in customer service? Give an example were you have struggled or turned a difficult situation around? What did you do in your previous role?

Shared on 25 October 2018

Its mainly centered around getting to know you as a person and how you deal with scenarios. The idea was to gauge your personality.

Shared on 4 March 2018

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