I have been working at Royal London full-time (More than 3 years)
Friendly people - Many people willing to help and support. Able to reach out to people for support and gaining knowledge.
Approachable Management - To me management at most levels feels approachable right up to top senior management.
Good selection of benefits for employees.
Regular updates on how things are going overall across the company as a whole.
Not a major con but at times it can be chaotic and the work/life balance goes out the window, but with a company such as Royal London that is driving forward progress, it is understandable to an extent.
Advice to Management
Keep going, keep driving us forward and keep being approachable!
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Royal London (Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)) in May 2009.
The whole interview process took over a months time . The first round was core technical and was taken by an external consutant who are Subject Matter Experts in this field. The interviewer had good questions and was based on basic concepts rather than knowledge of tools. Second round was the Behavioral Competency round and after attending so many interviews and getting stuck in this round I have failed to understand what the interviewers are looking for in these questions.
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