AXA
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AXA Employee Review

Too many targets and unfair breaks

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November 2, 2020
AXA continuously add more and more targets to reduce your chance of receiving a full bonus (which is capped at £180).For an 8 hour shift, you only get one half hour break. If you work overtime, you also only get a half an hour break even if you work a 12 hour shift.You have a target of 14% for after-call work and for managing your own breaks. The role is so busy that it is very difficult to meet the target of 14% so it is nearly impossible to take any additional breaks, even to make a cup of tea.Staff are not rewarded fairly for the hard work that they put in.
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Pros
Cheap car insurance, free lunch (occasionally)
Cons
Not enough breaks, unrealistic targets
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  1. Too many targets and unfair breaks