Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Willis Towers Watson.
Have an entrepreneurial mindset.
Typical working hours of the service center is 8-7 EST depending on what client you are working for your hours may vary. Your shifts vary based on preference and business need. If the business is slow for the day they will solicit volunteers for Early out but they don't send anyone home that didnt request it. Typically you are scheduled between 32-40 hours, with a lunch between 30mins-1hr and 2-15 min breaks.
Yes, they have regular rallies to show they are with it. The reality is that as long as you're their definition of diverse, your good.
My position was only seasonal.
Although, they DO basically hire warm bodies who can pass a background check, if you are incompetent you'll stand out like a sore thumb. Take comfort that these people will be weeded out. Questions I had for a non seasonal position were...
1. What has been your greatest career achievement to this point?
2. 5 years?
4. Team player?
5. Cool under extreme stressful situations?
6. Comfortable with excel, outlook, Windows?
7. Do tests scare you?
Style of Mgt, how to handle angry clients, what to do with incomplete product, what skills (people) were required?
Question certain incidents committed by employees rather than rush to quick judgment that would cause an employee to become discouraged or be terminated.
Ghetto and favoritism going on . its not about who does their job the best is who is best at socializing