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I have been working at AXAPros
Solid training programCons
Repetitive daily workAdvice to ManagementAdvice
More tools available to help obtain a larger client baseRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at AXA.Interview Details
Submitted my resume after seeing job postings on various sites, including my universities career center. After a few weeks I got a call asking to schedule a phone interview.
The phone interview was short (about 20 minutes) and was mostly centered around me asking them questions. The person I interviewed with was initially nice and honest. She told me about herself, the company, and about the position. She made it known that the job was mostly about sales and networking.
In between scheduling the interview and the actual interview i learned things about the position (through glassdoor reviews) that made me hesitant about the position. Basically if you don't already have a large client based you probably won't succeed. I asked her about the client building aspect and was honest with her and said I'm not sure i want to continue with the interview process because i don't believe i have a large enough network to draw upon.
The interview turned sour and she asked why i even bothered applying if i wasn't willing to do the work required. A fair point, however the ads i saw didn't mention how the position was just sales and 100% commission with little training available. I was only trying to be honest about my reservations for scheduling an in person interview. However, before i could really explain myself she said goodbye and ended the call. Yeesh.Interview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
- They'll ask you to ask them questions. Be prepared to have some ready. Answer Question
The insurance world revolves around this AXA. The company, which started as a sleepy collection of mutual insurance companies, is today one of the world's largest insurers and a financial management powerhouse. In the US, AXA owns AXA Financial, which controls life insurance firm AXA Equitable and investment manager AllianceBernstein. The company also has major subsidiaries in the UK (AXA UK), Germany (AXA Konzern), Japan (AXA Life), and Belgium (AXA Belgium). The companies offer life insurance, personal and commercial property and casualty insurance, financial services...