At AXA Equitable, rewarding performance is the cornerstone of our Total Rewards philosophy. Our investment in you goes beyond your paycheck. Your Total Rewards include cash compensation, access to comprehensive benefit programs and the opportunity to share in company results through equity. In addition to your base pay, the Total Rewards programs reward you for your hard work, give you the opportunity to accumulate wealth, and provide for your protection
They have every benefit under the sun. Just last year they extended their maternity leave from 12 weeks with 100% comp to 16 weeks 100% comp. Paternity leave is 4 weeks with 100% comp. Health benefits (such as their PPO plan) is covered 100% by AXA for individual plans, stock options, share plan, unlimited sick days (as long as you don't abuse that privilege), 24 days (or more pending on your contact) of vacation days per year, full reimbursement if you want to get licensed or certified, and the list goes on. There are no negatives regarding AXA's benefits. Its literally the best benefits package I've ever seen - and I came from a government Human Resource Manager position.
Health, Vision, Dental Insurance. Short term and long term Disability Insurance. Life and Long Term Care insurance. 401k contribution up to 10% of compensation and additional 3% match to 401k. Profit Sharing, Stock Purchase Plan, Stock options and grants. Performance and development bonuses for management and producer teams.
Equity (stock) ownership program is fantastic
the wealth accumulation benefits, they will put money into your 401k without you even making a contribution. Also profit sharing, stock options and all the normal heath benefits
The benefits at AXA are pretty good. We have a 2.5 employer contribution to 401(k), with a 3 match on top of that (starting 2019) for 5.5% total employer contribution. Decent match on company stock purchase plan, medical, dental, vision, among many others.
Health insurance is expensive
Offers 401(k), health insurance, vision, dental, DI, Life insurance, profit share, stock option. No vacation because advisors are commission based so they are free to do as they choose.
Financial professionals have a flexible schedule and technically unlimited time off, which is great if you don't abuse it but for someone without discipline it could set themselves up for failure.
Great 401K Plan, Health & Insurace, Time Off & pays Over Time
You have to reach a certain level of production before you are eligible for benefits. Once eligible, your cost is dependent upon how high your production is.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.