This company is the result of adhering to the axiom keep your friends close, and your enemies even closer. Created after the 2010 merger of rivals Towers Perrin and Watson Wyatt, Towers Watson is a leading human resources consulting firm providing services related to employee benefits, risk and financial services, and talent and rewards. The company assists clients (many Fortune 1000 firms) in such matters as controlling...
Towers Watson is a leading global professional services company that helps organizations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management. With 14,000 associates around the world, we offer solutions in the areas of employee benefits, talent management, rewards, and risk and capital management. Our focus is on giving clients the clarity to make the right decisions and take the right actions. And our approach is grounded in perspective — the kind that comes from our deep experience working on a wide range of issues. But more important, our perspective begins at eye level — with a clear understanding of a client’s organization, the way they work, their goals and challenges. By connecting the big picture, we help a client achieve real-world results.
Chairman and CEO of Towers Watson, John J. Haley, highlights the company's culture of striving to not only meet the needs of their clients, but also of their employess. He explains their goal of hiring top talent, and how Towers Watson is uniquely postioned to help you develop to your fullest potential and advance your career. Read more about John Haley here.
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2013 – Reviewed 3 days ago New
Interview Details – Two rounds. First round consisted of 4 interviews of 30 minutes each followed by a lunch interview. 1 technical interview, the rest was behavior and personality-based. Two weeks later I was called back for a second round of interviews, one with a senior actuary and one with a senior consultant… – Full Interview
Questions weren't really difficult. "What do you know about us?" (Beyond merely reading the website!!), describe excel experiences, what is going on in the health sector on the advent of health care… – Answer Question