I worked at Allianz full-time (More than 10 years)
lovely campus, gym, low stress work environment
repeated change management, job uncertainty, lack of long term direction
Advice to Management
decline to comment, was with Fireman's Fund
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Allianz (New York, NY).
The interview process itself was great. The HR person was actually responsive and amicable every time we spoke, all the people I met with during three separate interviews (2 in person and one with someone in Europe via web meeting) were friendly, warm and easy to talk to and I was led to believe by both HR and the people I spoke with that it was just a matter of time before I got a call with an offer for the job (which I would have gladly accepted since it seemed as if the company and I were on the same page and they spoke about the value I could bring to the department).
As I mentioned above the interview process was great. It was the post-interview process that caused me to give my experience with Allianz a negative vote. After three separate meetings with people (and knowing I was one of the two finalists for the role), the company did not even have the courtesy to send me a generic, canned "we've decided to go with another applicant" email to let me know I did not get the job once they made a decision on the role. I got absolutely nothing from them despite following up with HR on the status of my candidacy as well as all the people I interviewed with more than once. The only way I found out that I did not get the job was when one of my LinkedIn connections posted that he was starting a new job - and, yep, it was the job I interviewed for.