Executive Assistant/Licensing & Hiring Coordinator (Former Employee), Falls Church, VA – August 28, 2012
Acquiring my Series 6 and 63 was all part of the learning process when employed here. Obtaining those licenses as valid criteria to advise clients and understand financial portfolio's and products was essential. The hardest part of the job was obtaining those creditials and participating in continued education courses to remain employed. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was being able to meet so many people and learn about financial security. – less
Retirement Solutions Specialist (Current Employee), Secaucus, New Jersey – July 7, 2014
A typical day at AXA is hard to explain. We are in a world of constant change. There's something new to learn everyday at AXA which is a great thing. Everyone work as a team to accomplish personal and group quotas.
Gained knowledge and time management in preparing for the Series 7 Exam
Personal Account Manager (Former Employee), Syracuse, NY – June 25, 2014
Pros: great working environment, very compassionate about my well being, had study sessions to prepare for the exam
Cons: reporting manager was located in nyc
Daily I would set goals of what I would like to accomplish daily and weekly. I studied for the Series 7 Financial Exam by using various tools. My co-workers helped me find the most useful tools and kept encouraging me when it came time to take the test. Unfortunately the reason I am not longer at AXA is because I did not pass the Series 7 Financial – more... Exam. – less
Financial Advisor (Current Employee), Morristown, NJ – June 16, 2014
Job is what you make of it. Definitely has its challenges as a sales role with such a stigma. However they offer comprehensive training, a supportive management team, and countless opportunities for you to better yourself and your craft.
The company was good to us, we would have picnics, ice cream days.
Tax Analyst on Life Come life insurance policies (Former Employee), NC – May 16, 2014
Pros: some times free lunch
I enjoyed my work at Axa Equitable, I learned a lot about the life insurance policies. During the 15 years of working there the management changed about every 2 years. The hardest part of my job was during tax season from January to April, the work had to be done by April 15th. I enjoyed my co-workers.
Assistance Coordinator (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – May 13, 2014
• Handle high call volume, interpret and apply insurance policy benefits to international customers, provide travel assistance to international customers, communicate with health providers to develop rapport, confirm eligibility, and payment, determine level of service needed and eligibility of customer, document all relevant information effectively – more... and accurately in case management system, work with team and resources to resolve client and customer issues, maintain monthly average score according to quality standards, demonstrate initiative to communicate complaints to Senior Assistance Coordinators or the Team Leader, work in conjunction with Team Leader and Team Manager to meet performance goals – less
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 30, 2014
On a regular day, I would come in and take inbound calls from clients and agents assisting with policy issues. The environment is very fast paced and friendly. The hardest part is not being able to help the elderly when the policy premium has become to much. The best part of the job is being able to help.
International Advisor (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – March 18, 2014
Pros: having a job
Cons: weekends and overnights
Axa is filled with ambitious employees who love to help others on their way. I learned the basics of international medical insurance policies as it compares to U.S. medical insurance policies. I also learned how to navigate through double screens in order to assist the client accurately and efficiently. My Co-workers were so very kind and humble they – more... we always eager to help as a team member should. The hardest part of the job was having to deny a client due to lack of benifits but being able to offer an alternitive if there was one always made up for it. There was no one thing that I loved most. All of what I stated above is what made me love the job over all. – less
Friendly environment and great learning experience.
Internship (Current Employee), El Paso, TX – February 24, 2014
Pros: learning first-hand, advisors are open to suggestions
Cons: line of career is not my preferred path
The people I worked with were very friendly and open. I felt welcome and they took the time to teach me about the inner workings of retirement and life policies as well as annuities. A typical day of work was pretty hectic as there are very few employees and hundreds of clients. This was very enjoyable to me personally because I like to work in an energetic – more... environment were efficiency is valued. The hardest part of working there was the first week when you are given a great deal of information which you need to learn fast. It was challenging which made it fun. – less