AXA UK FAQ

Have questions about working at AXA UK? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at AXA UK.

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35 English questions out of 35

19 May 2020

Does AXA UK offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Very customer and employee focused. Excellent benefits package for staff. Flexible working and focus on the importance of work life balance A lot of time and money invested in employees health and well being as well as morale.

Cons

I don't have any cons that I have not experienced with other employers and that you would expect to have in a large company

Excellent benefits package for staff.

19 May 2020

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11 August 2020

Does AXA UK offer massages?

Pros

1. flexiblity in working culture( WFH option) 2. Good Holidays 3. laptop, phone provided to work. 4. very smart work colleagues 5.always a clear picture to get ahead of the race 6. easy HR policies 7 . car park facility 8. good coffee machine(free) 9. comfortable dressing( smart casual ) dress code. 10. high integrity and honest values which are followed by all, which makes gives place a positive vibe making it a great place to work

Cons

1. for new comers - there isnt much of a plan to understand the existing process. This can be improved. You need to be smart to get to know as quick as possible,

8. good coffee machine(free)

11 August 2020

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12 July 2019

Does AXA UK have a pension plan?

Pros

Good benefits, life insurance, pension, buy/sell holidays, employee discounts. Good working environment, the company promotes empowerment, diversity and genuinely cares for its people. Constantly changes trying to improve. Supports good causes like charities, Pride, refugees’ employment and more. Also trying to move towards flexible working. Management recognises good work.

Cons

Salary is not very competitive, IT systems are quite behind. Career progression can be slow like in any big corporate. Sometimes there are just too many meetings, hard to keep up with the workload.

Advice to Management

Keep an eye on performance management. The tools are there but not used as much.

Good benefits, life insurance, pension, buy/sell holidays, employee discounts.

12 July 2019

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12 July 2019

Does AXA UK offer life insurance?

Pros

Good benefits, life insurance, pension, buy/sell holidays, employee discounts. Good working environment, the company promotes empowerment, diversity and genuinely cares for its people. Constantly changes trying to improve. Supports good causes like charities, Pride, refugees’ employment and more. Also trying to move towards flexible working. Management recognises good work.

Cons

Salary is not very competitive, IT systems are quite behind. Career progression can be slow like in any big corporate. Sometimes there are just too many meetings, hard to keep up with the workload.

Advice to Management

Keep an eye on performance management. The tools are there but not used as much.

Good benefits, life insurance, pension, buy/sell holidays, employee discounts.

12 July 2019

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3 October 2020

Does AXA UK offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great benefits, values and purpose

Cons

None that immediately spring to mind

Great benefits, values and purpose

3 October 2020

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