Willis Towers Watson
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19 questions about working at Willis Towers Watson
For the Ipswich office, the look is casual. Jeans, t-shirts, trainers considered acceptable work wear. Not a professional look.
Answered 4 July 2019
Sick leave is when you leave.
Answered 3 April 2019
They asked what I was looking to get out of this work experience .
Answered 4 March 2018
Generally a 35 hour contact and optional start time of between 8-10am and leaving time of 4-6pm for full time staff. Busy periods in peak renewal seasons for the broking teams, but unlikely for HR positions.
Answered 4 March 2018
Prifesdionally and friendly
Answered 11 March 2021
Yes, they are hiring both new graduates and mid-career hires
Answered 2 December 2020
Yes. Remote working is set up and in most departments flexible working is acceptable.
Answered 4 March 2020
Once a year
Answered 18 February 2020
Interview and then appointment
Answered 24 September 2019
Middle managers get no communication or consistency from upper management and little to no reward for the extra responsibility of managing a team.
Answered 19 June 2019
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