I experienced the interview as frivolous. The applicant must first answer a multi-choice psycho test with 210 questions. What's the point? With a little social competence, a competent HR person can find out the necessary information in conversation without a psycho test. The contents of AXA also lie...more
Workplace in Winterthur is positive, all other places are negative. Ongoing cost savings, i.e. reduction of employees with great pressure on those who remain behind. Organisational quality is inadequate. Overtaxed and technically unsuitable team leaders. Unrealistic, personal goals.
I have received no response to my application. - What a pity, I expect more professionalism especially from such a large company!
What AXA does for the employees and for the well-being of the employees is probably only available at Google, Apple or similar companies!Top!
Catastrophic corporate governance. Promises are not kept.
AXA (once Winterthur), from good to sufficient! Ever worse conditions for employees and customers. What a shame!
I have worked for AXA for 3 years and don't regret a second of it! The working atmosphere, the employees, the interaction with each other and the company attitude...simply TOP! - Who knows, AXA, maybe I'll come back sometime? :)
You don't get an answer for a long time and the process took an enormous amount of time. (over 2 months)
At the speed. And in communication. I was squeezed, squeezed, squeezed and squeezed in the application process. Didn't look so professional.
Good collegial working atmosphere. No elbow culture. Sure, pressure and speed increase, but still a good workplace. Commitment is rewarded. I can recommend it to anyone.