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5 days ago

Mid Corporate Property Manager

AXA London, England

You will help us to further build our reputation and expertise in this segment. You will be dealing with, and creating, strategic partnerships with…

6 days ago

Commercial Underwriter - Real Estate Property Owners

AXA London, England

• Identifying poorly performing accounts and investigating reasons for lack of retention. • Contributing to the improvement of profitability by…

5 days ago

Commercial Underwriter - Property & Casualty

AXA London, England

Delivering planned financial results through the effective underwriting of cases. Contributing to the loss ratio control by effectively adhering to…

14 days ago

Client Advisor

AXA London, England

Customer Service skills are important and Real Estate experience is desirable. Skills, knowledge and behaviour Education · Cert CII or above…

13 days ago


AXA London, England

Up to 12 month fixed term contract to cover maternity leave. The role You will be managing your own portfolio of around 40 - 50 corporate clients…

6 days ago

Financial Risk Analyst

AXA London, England

The role involves risk and control identification and assessment, developing action plans, monitoring and ensuring that all significant issues have…

14 days ago

Account Executive

AXA London, England

The role We are looking to recruit an individual with around 5 years experience of Private Clients insurance to join our team in London dealing with…

12 days ago

Risk Pricing Analyst - AXADP

AXA South East England

To be successful in this role, you are likely to be a part qualified actuary who has completed the CT exams and be part way through the CAs and / or… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Psychiatric Nurse Case Manager

AXA South East England

AXA PPP healthcare are looking for an experienced Psychiatric Nurse to join our ever growing clinical services department, based in our offices in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Information Security Analyst

AXA South East England

Be responsible for ensuring security reviews take place on AXA PPP & subsidiary company third parties. Your main accountabilities will include… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at AXA full-time (more than 10 years)


    AXA had good benefits when I worked there. In fact, that's pretty much the only reason I stayed. I loved the holidays off and the vacation time. The medical benefits were pretty good also.


    AXA is an okay place to work if you're just looking for employment but not if you're looking for advancement. The company trains and promotes only those employees whom they like. AXA is BIG on favoritism. As long as you kiss up to the managers you'll get what you want; but don't expect hard work, integrity and character to benefit you in any way, shape or form. I deeply regret having wasted so many years with the company. I was overworked and underpaid the entire time I was employed, but I stayed a/c the benefits and in hopes things would improve...which they never did.
    Even though I always reported to work on time, put in overtime when asked with minimal complaining, did my job well with no salary increase worth mentioning, I was set up by my manager and team leader so that I could be terminated because of my age....I'm approaching retirement. They couldn't find any fault in my performance so they had to fabricate something.

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    Stop being so biased in your decisions when it comes to promotions and terminations. You have let go valuable employees just because they were at or nearing retirement age. You'd rather keep young, trifling, money hungry employees that are always goofing off and couldn't care less about the future of the company and terminate hard working, committed employees because they're older or you just don't like them. You need to learn to prioritize and do what's best for the company. It's hard working, dedicated employees that have made the company what it is today.

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