All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Willis Towers Watson employees based on 235 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.9/5
 
Benefits:
3.8/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
3.7/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.9/5
 
Overall Rating:
4/5
 

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to work on multiple things/projects each day, rather that working on one piece or work for hours on end.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Willis Re Job Title: Broker

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Continuous support and learning, the option of working in different offices.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance Job Title: Catastrophe Risk Analyst

Industry: Consulting Department: Talent & Rewards Job Title: Talent Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Investments Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- The people and the culture
- The variety of work
- Competitive study package
- The work/life balance

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance Job Title: Reinsurance Broker

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The team - they are all very easy to get along with and help when you ask them.
Management - all the seniors are very approachable and good leaders.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Talent & Reward Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good work ethic
Availability of support

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Industry: Consulting Department: Rewards Job Title: Rewards Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Great work people to learn from and work with
- Location is central and in London
- Leadership is inclusive, clear and non-divisive
- Small, close-knit team

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Pensions Job Title: Acturial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Interesting work
Well paid

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Industry: Consulting Department: Talent & Reward Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues, flexibility, good working environment.

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Industry: Consulting Department: GSS Job Title: Acturial

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Pensions Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Friendly colleagues and a relaxed atmosphere
Good feedback system

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance Job Title: Broker

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The social element
The team
Everyones willingness to get you involved in projects

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Industry: Consulting Department: Global Services and Solutions Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The challenging nature of the work.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Investments Job Title: Investment Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people and the culture.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Insurance Consulting and Technology Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Relaxing environment, opportunity to learn a lot of new things.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Insurance Consulting Technology Job Title: Systems Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

For me, I have a good work/life balance. I have a base-level of autonomy in working on day-to-day tasks with support there if I need it. The scale of the software teams means that there are product people who worry about the bigger picture, which I think is one of the contributing factors to having a good work-life balance.

The job I am doing is really challenging and a lot more fun than what I could be doing elsewhere.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Talent & Reward Consulting Job Title: Reward Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best things about my job are the following: I get to work on challenging problems and provide service and insight that is invaluable to clients in solving real problems that will benefit people across the organisation. I work within such a fantastic team and there is a brilliant working culture. We often have socials and build great friendships. There is great career progression and there is an onus placed on learning and development with senior role models who are more than happy to put the time into providing you with support and coaching. You are also rewarded with a good base salary and benefits package and the office location in London is a great perk too!

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Technology Job Title: Analyst - Software Engineer

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Retirement Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexible working hours
Very interesting job (content)
You have the option to find your path - different directions of interest

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Investments - Advisory Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The level of responsibility offered to graduates is very high, with a very diverse range of work.

The CFA/Actuarial study packages are very competitive, but you need to be sure this is something you want to do!

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Industry: Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people and benefits package (including salary).

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Analyst - Retirement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The technical ability required to do most of the work I could on a regular basis comes naturally to me, and I find it fairly easy (most of the time) to understand what is required. However, if I am ever stuck, I can always rely on colleagues to help me out, and this itself allows me to stay calm most of the time and not worry about why I am stuck and whether I should know all of it. This leads on to my next point about the majority of my colleagues not making me feel silly for not knowing something I probably should know - everyone has their own learning curve, and my team really understands that.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Acturial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very enjoyable working environment and we do not have to work silly hours despite working in the heart of the city.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Associate

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working environment

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Industry: Consulting Department: DB Retiremnt - Actuarial Job Title: Retirement Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Get good level of responsibility.
Work with everyone in the office instead of in one team.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Corporate Risk and Broking Technology Job Title: Information Management Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

work/life balance
pleasant colleagues
central location

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Imvestment Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People I work with
Training & study support
The work is varied both on a client and across different clients

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Insurance Consulting and Technology Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I work in a great team with lots of like-minded people. I am constantly challenged but help is always there when I need it. It is a great place to work.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Talent & Reward Job Title: Reward Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The job is different everyday

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Marine Reinsurance Job Title: Graduate Broker

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Interesting work
Opportunities to meet a lot of new people
Good hours

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Industry: Consulting Department: ICT Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Delegated Investment Services Job Title: Investment Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

High responsibility

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Industry: Consulting Department: Global Services and Solutions Job Title: Analyst/Actuarial Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people are great, supportive and really helpful. The company is quite flexible regarding working hours etc.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Marine & Energy Job Title: Broker

Industry: Consulting

Industry: Consulting Department: Insurance Consulting and Software Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Insurance, Consulting and Technology Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Friendly colleagues.
Excellent training.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Insurance consulting and technology Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance Job Title: Graduate Broker

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work life balance. Varied work. Learning constantly.

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Industry: Consulting, Research Analyst Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Analytics Job Title: Trainee Actuary

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Broker Job Title: Graduate Development Programme Trainee

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Broker Department: Fine Art, Jewelry and Specie Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Broker Department: Marine Job Title: Graduate

Department: North America Job Title: Graduate Development Programme Trainee

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Broker Department: Graduate Development Program Job Title: Graduate Development Program

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Broker Department: Reinsurance (North America) Job Title: Graduate Development Program Trainee

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Client Management Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Pensions Actuarial Consulting

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Consulting Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Associate

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Graduate Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Consulting, Management Consulting (Strategy) Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Consultant

Industry: Consulting, Management Consulting (Strategy) Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Consultant

Industry: Consulting, Research Analyst Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Graduate Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Consulting, Management Consulting (Strategy) Department: Actuarial Consultancy Job Title: Retirement Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant - Defined Benefit

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Human Capital & Benefits Job Title: Communications and Change Management Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Technical Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Conultancy Job Title: Investment Conultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: International

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Graduate Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Retirement

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Consulting - Defined Benefit advisory Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Engineer

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Talent & Reward Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Asset, Fund & Investment Management Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Asset, Fund & Investment Management

Industry: Consultant Department: Pensions Job Title: Pensions consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: DB Pensions London Job Title: Actuarial consultant

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Actuarial Job Title: Graduate Analyst

Industry: Broker Department: Natural Resources Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Consultant Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Consultant

Industry: Broker Department: Willis Re Job Title: Catastrophe Risk Analyst

Industry: Broker Department: Trade Credit Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Consultant Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Retirement Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: LDI Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Consultant Department: Benefits Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Risk & Analytics, Investment Job Title: Senior Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Insurance consulting Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Job Title: Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Wealth Management Team Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Consultant Department: Investment Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Executive Compensation Job Title: Senior Analyst

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Consulting Department: London Job Title: Rewrad and talent analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Organisational Surveys and Insights Job Title: Senior Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Senior Analyst

Industry: Consultant Department: Risk Consulting Job Title: Senior Analyst

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Consulting

Industry: Broker Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Global Network Group Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Risk & Analytics Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement/Benefits Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Benefits Job Title: Benefits consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Risk Consulting Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Consultant Department: Pensions

Industry: Consultant Department: Captives Job Title: Junior Consultant

Industry: Broker Department: Aerospace Job Title: Graduate Trainee Broker

Industry: Broker Department: Broking and Placement Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Consultant Department: Glasgow Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Client Support Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: DB Consulting Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant (Actuarial)

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Insurance Consulting Job Title: Actuarial Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Strategy Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Insurance Actuarial and Risk Job Title: Pensions Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Defined Benefits Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Pensions Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Defined Benefit Consulting Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Talent and Reward Job Title: Reward Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuary

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Benefits Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Analysis Department: DC Pensions Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Retirement/Reigate Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Pensions Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Asset, Fund & Investment Management Department: Investment Job Title: DC Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Pensions Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: DB Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Asset, Fund & Investment Management Department: Pensions Investment Managment Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Consulting Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Retirement Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Manager research Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Advice & Consultancy Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Benefits Job Title: Actuarial Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Analysis Department: Reigate Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Insurance Actuarial and Risk Department: Risk Consulting and Software Job Title: Senior Analyst

Industry: Consulting, HR Consulting Department: Executive Compensation Job Title: Executive Compensation Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Asset, Fund & Investment Management Department: DB Advisory Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Liability Driven Investment Job Title: Investment Analyst

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: General Insurance Job Title: Analyst

Industry: Banking and Finance, Actuary & Risk Management Department: Benefits Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Consultant Department: Retirement Job Title: Consultant

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Pensions

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Real Estate

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people at the company are the best part of my role.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: FINMAR

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You get the opportunity to speak to people all around the world as well as even the future possibility to travel out to a region to eventually meet those that you are talking to. Given a high responsibility from the start. Supported by your team, never felt alone.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The Best things about my job are:
- The work culture
- The work/life balance
- The pay
- The colleagues

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Aerospace

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: FAJS

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Learning whilst on the job.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Pro rata handler LATAM

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: UK Construction

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues are fantastic. Study - work-life balance.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: ICT Life Insurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I am allowed flexibility with my schedule providing that I complete all the tasks and responsibilities assigned to me.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The colleagues

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Property and Casualty broking

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with are great and my manager has been very supportive both with my work and with integrating me to my peers. The job itself is varied which I like and the working culture suits me perfectly.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Aerospace

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to work with a wide variety of individuals, not just in our Ipswich office but also in the London and international offices.
We always face new and exciting tasks on a daily basis, some which are complex and some which do become second nature.
There's always the opportunity to gain new skills through projects that can be offered to you from different colleagues. I had this when I was offered to work on a project in London where I spent a month of my time working there - this opened up so many opportunities

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: aerospace

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Natural Resources

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Having lots of responsibility
- Communicating with Markets
- Communicating with other WTW offices
- Being able to work in London regularly

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Retirement

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Payroll Department

What are the best and worst things about your job?

A brilliant team to work with and my team are very supportive.
Great achievement once problems have been resolved.
Challenging environment and good opportunity for career progression.
Interesting department to work within.
I enjoy being organised, working hard and problem solving - All of which are part of working in Payroll.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: IT

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The feeling after completing a challenging piece of work.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Willis Re

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Willis Re Engineering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people at Willis

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Willis Re Speciality P&C

Industry: - Select Industry - Department: Property & Casualty

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Variety of work
- The amount of people that I get to interact with on a daily basis
- The practical aspects rather than just sitting behind a screen

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Global Asset Protection Claims

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I had a lot of responsibility from day one which has challenged me within my work and pushed me to perform well in everything I do. The organisation offers lots of support in getting your further qualifications and balancing your workload.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Marine - Fine Art, Jewellery and Specie

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My team is lovely and I enjoy working with them which makes the atmosphere pleasant. I am also given real responsibilities to help develop my career and learning, rather than doing tedious tasks so I can benefit the team both now and in the future.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Willis Re

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best things are the people in my team who give me support when I need it.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Global Infrastructure Integration Services

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Getting to work in a relaxed, state-of-the-art office environment in a large organisation; the onsite Costa; the support and flexibility of my work; the salary; the benefits packages; the paid training; the flexibility for study time; the level of responsibility I get.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Corporate Risk and Broking - Marine Cargo

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- The work itself
- My team
- Career progression
- Support

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Property and Casualty

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunity to gain a professional qualification whilst working and earning money. The training is brilliant- a great mixture of on and off the job. My team have been very supportive and there is a great culture of acceptance and inclusion.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Global Services and Solutions

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Ability to lead client calls and help clients with queries and problems they encounter (eg solving invoicing issues and being able to recoup the money back, rectifying the issue). Although time consuming, it provides a sense of self-satisfaction
- Networking due to the 5 networks set up at WTW, getting involved in charitable work which is something I enjoy
- Variety of activities and tasks that can be undertaken and special projects (eg, implementation of extra benefits like Meal Vouchers) or getting involved in other work streams such as M&A or sales
- Being exposed to a variety of projects makes the work diverse as different clients have different objectives and different types of contracting and processes in certain countries - makes you more knowledgeable, boosts expertise and improves time management
- International travel, meeting clients face-to-face to build a better relationship
- Strategic planning in order to meet client objectives for that year
- Working at a global level, you are able to learn the law in different countries and bridge cultural differences

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Corp IT

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexible in terms of a work/life balance.
Great work environment, my team were extremely welcoming.
They offer a wide array of benefits.
Multiple office locations and the ability to work from home.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Accounting and Settlement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Career opportunities
Good colleagues
Good salary

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Marine Cargo

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The good parts of my job is the team; I meet a group of highly competent group with a range of skills and it inspires me to improve and learn more, also I like the sector and I am interested in learning more about marine cargo; due to it being an old class of business there is so much to learn.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Aerospace

Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Property and Casualty

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great colleagues - everyone is incredibly happy to help.
Many opportunities to complete CII qualifications as well as opportunities within your own job.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues
Challenging work
Friendly atmosphere

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: FINEX

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Learning continually with each risk you place.

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Industry: Energy and Utilities Department: Upstream Natural Resources

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Aviation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues and support.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: FINEX

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You work alongside some very experienced and respected people within the industry and are able to learn from them which is a great opportunity.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Real Estate Practise

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunities to work in London office.
The social nature of the insurance industry.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: GB Sales

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Getting to meet a large number of people from lots of different areas of the business to enhance my knowledge.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Retirement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I love the colleagues that I work with.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved with other projects and learn from them.
People are patient with me and happy to answer any questions that I have, regardless of how senior they are to me.
It's a very relaxed environment which means we can all wear our own clothes.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's very close to my home so a short commute and the opportunities to be involved in different types of work.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Cloud Enablement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Feeling valued
Encouragement
Recognition
Support
Training and progression opportunities
Pay package
Brand
Job security
Culture
Freedom in my work itself
Freedom to work remotely
Great management
Travel opportunities - This is a positive and a negative (Anxiety related)

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: GB Industries and Practices - Retail

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Specialty Reinsurance

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: FINEX

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility.
Level of training and support provided.
Being responsible for yourself.
Not spoon-fed - you are given lots of responsibility.
Career progression.
Large amount of colleagues at the same level - peer support and friendship groups.
Social events.
Good pay at the start and through the progression of the role.
Hard, but interesting work.
Interaction with senior employees.
Not looked down upon.
People acknowledge your age and look at it as a benefit for innovation.
Teams are relaxed around working time and workload.
Wide range of benefits.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Property & Casualty - Facultative

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The colleagues. They are always helpful and a pleasure to work with. The environment around the office is brilliant.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The team
Location
Job role

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Retirement

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good, exciting work
Good atmosphere

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Commercial Insurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of day to day work.
Amount of training & support available.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Aerospace

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Studying alongside working
My team - the support I get from them

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Willis Re (Reinsurance)

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The privileges of working for such a large company.
Fellow colleagues are very easy to get along with.
High apprenticeship salary.
Interesting and challenging work.
Working towards an industry known qualification.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Reinsurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

When things which were problematic fall into place and are solved.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Supportive team
- Realistic expectations
- Travel
- Independence

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Marine

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with.
The training I receive and the qualifications.
The network of people.
The atmosphere.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to communicate with a range of people (other WTW offices, Mumbai, insurers and clients).

Different work you get to carry out and that every day is never the same.

Having responsibility for tasks and ownership of some tasks.

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Interview Advice:

The assessment day was the most enjoyable one I had attended, as the activities were designed in a way which gave you a good opportunity to be yourself and demonstrate your skills.

The interview itself was actually quite conversational rather than feeling like an interrogation like some do. It consisted of a few strengths based questions where I was asked to give some examples from where I have worked in a team, what I learnt from it etc.

It is a good idea to have a good understanding of the role and why you are interested in it before going to the interview. Read up on key aspect of pensions and the industry, and it is worth having an idea of some current topics in the news effecting pensions. I was asked a few questions about the structure of pension schemes and the role of an actuary.

It is worth bearing in mind that the interview is "CV blind" so the interviewers didn't actual know much about me or my experience, so it is a good opportunity to talk about these things.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company, make sure the role is right for you.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

Enjoy yourself.
Most questions are about you rather than the industry and company as a whole although a good background knowledge helps.
Take every opportunity to expand on conversations and interactions between the interviewers and the fellow applicants.

Analyst, Investments at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be honest in what you say you can do and achieve.

Interview Advice:

Be honest again and be yourself, your integrity is key.

Reinsurance Broker, Reinsurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Show why you want to be a consultant.

Rewards Analyst, Rewards at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

To be honest, its very similar to all other grad application processes.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, the team are really nice and friendly, looking for someone hard working but a nice personality and fun to be around is a great plus.

Analyst, Talent & Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company and it's role within the industry to get enough. Make sure you are applying to the correct role that suits you.

Interview Advice:

Research recent pensions related information from the DWP.
Be knowledgeable about the different exams you are going to need to take.
Show your ability to be collaborative.

Actuarial Analyst, Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the role and the industry, what current topics are being discussed, show you've done your research.

Interview Advice:

Interview skills focus more on your soft skills, whether you can hold a conversation, be polite and interesting.

Broker, Reinsurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Practice online tests and video interviews beforehand (there are some websites for this - I would ask the careers advice centre at the university you are attending), and do a lot of research before the assessment centre/interview.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that you research the actuarial qualification well and that you know why you want to work for WTW.

Actuarial Analyst, Global Services and Solutions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Show personality and dependability.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and chatty. Ask questions.

Investment Analyst, Investments at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

My application involved the submission of a CV, a competency-based video interview including short essay questions, a coding exercise and two face-to-face interviews. The largest weighting seemed to be on the coding exercise so I would spend the time here to show what you can do.

Interview Advice:

There will be a gap between your coding exercise and the interviews so be prepared to go through your solution.

Systems Analyst, Insurance Consulting Technology at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have read up on the business area that you are applying to and have a good reason for why you want to work in Talent & Reward consulting. For the psychometric tests, ensure that you put the time into practice, practice and practice. I can't stress the importance of practice! It helped me massively to complete the psychometric tests stage.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, enthusiastic, passionate and personable. Interviewers want to know why you want to work in consulting, why Willis Towers Watson, why Talent & Reward. They also want to know more information about you as a person; what you like to do in your free time, what motivates you. Make sure you read up on the latest news in HR, what are big-name companies getting up to - particularly in the compensation space? I would also suggest learning some of the key terminology/methodology used in the rewards space - key terms such as benchmarking, job levelling, the process involved in M&A from an HR perspective. This will help for exercises within the assessment centre and at the same time demonstrate your enthusiasm and passion for working within the reward space.

Reward Analyst, Talent & Reward Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Think practicalities and reality of the world - same issues at as in education - mistakes, the timing of work, team communication, but the stakes are higher as external clients.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and imagine already working at the office. Answer all questions from a practical and logical perspective.

Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be passionate and honest about your reasons for choosing WTW.

Also be sure that you would like to study CFA/FIA.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

The interviewers were very open and friendly - a lot more interested in getting to know the real you.

This company is looking for whether they would fit your needs as well as whether you would fit theirs.

The AC has many parts beyond the interview and includes a group exercise.

Analyst, Investments – Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Always remember the STAR technique when answering questions about competencies.
Practice lots before doing the psychometric tests - that's the best way to get more comfortable with the type of questions that may come up, and you'll find yourself being able to answer the questions naturally after doing many of these tests.

Interview Advice:

Get comfortable with talking to your laptop, for the digital interview. I know it can be quite weird, but you just have to pretend that you are talking to someone, and answer like you would if there was someone sitting in front of you. I actually didn't think about this earlier, but you can always pretend that you are speaking to a friend that you would find it easy to respond to in an interview style.
Also, irrespective of the interview, just be 100% yourself. If you can do that, you've already won half the battle.

Actuarial Analyst – Retirement, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Working as a Pensions Administrator will stand out on your survey. Quite a lot of work involves working closely with various Admin teams

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Acturial Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Don't rush

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't try to come in with a load of info revised, just be natural.

Investment Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do lots of practice questions & interview questions before doing it

Interview Advice:

Ask lots of questions
Do your research on the job, company & industry

Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company before applying, make use of friends and family who can read through your application before submitting.

Interview Advice:

Always use the STAR model when preparing answers. Practice with family and friends before the day.

Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

Look online at reviews - very detailed and accurate

Investment Analyst, Delegated Investment Services at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what the company is doing, try to find out as much as possible about the work you will be involved in and also inform yourself about the professional qualification you may be required to do as part of the graduate scheme (e.g. actuarial).

Interview Advice:

Be friendly, positive, ask questions and most importantly be yourself!

Analyst/Actuarial Consultant, Global Services and Solutions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Look at forums where people have discussed applications to this company.
Put time into the application.

Interview Advice:

Look at forums where people have discussed applications to this company.
Prepare properly.

Actuarial Analyst, Insurance Consulting and Software at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Re-read the application for silly mistakes - it does not make a good impression if there are lots of silly mistakes.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - they want to find out if you would fit in well at the company!
Smile.
Make an effort to chat to people and make sure you do some preparation for the day.

Actuarial Analyst, Insurance, Consulting and Technology at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Have a solid understanding of the skills required for a consulting actuary and the developments within the line of work and the role the company plays within the sector.

Interview Advice:

Give an example of when you had to build a lasting relationship with someone.
Give an example of when you showed initiative to improve a process.
Give a time when you collaborated in a team.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Learn about the insurance industry and the challenges it faces.
Practice interviews, this is a very commercial office where people are expected to be competent at communicating both internally and externally.

Interview Advice:

Know your CV well.
Be able to pick a time when.....
..you had problems with a teammate/colleague
..you failed to reach a deadline
..you innovated...etc.

Trainee Actuary, Analytics at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Attitude is more important that skills at the initial stages.

Interview Advice:

Questions are primarily competency based.

Graduate Development Programme Trainee, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

If you have strong personable skills, use these as your strength.

Interview Advice:

Illustrate areas where you have felt challenged, how you were a leader, how well you work in a team.

Graduate Trainee, Fine Art, Jewelry and Specie at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Understand the industry obviously, but it's more important to be the right fit for the company in terms of values/behaviours/aspirations than to have a high level of technical industry knowledge on arrival.

Interview Advice:

The industry is a "relationship based" one, so the most important thing is to be engaging, eloquent and informed.

Graduate, Marine at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Great interpersonal skills are one of the characteristics that I believe Willis Towers Watson particularly look for in their recruitment process. Outgoing individuals will do best in both the environment of the market and through the application process. Do not be put off applying if you feel that your degree is not relevant, one of the best things about the program is the diversity of graduates the scheme hires, i.e. geography, politics, language, and English students.

Interview Advice:

How does Willis Towers Watson distinguish itself in the market?
Discuss a time you've had to negotiate to get the outcome you wanted?
What do you understand that Willis Towers Watson does as a company?
Why did you apply to Willis Towers Watson?

Graduate Development Programme Trainee, North America at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Build your CV, spend time to ensure that your application is in order (even the smallest of mistakes will be picked up on), and most importantly: be personable, and show that you are someone who will get on with WTW colleagues both inside and outside the office.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions are key. Also research the STAR technique (Situation, Task, Action, Response) for answering these questions.

Graduate Development Program, Graduate Development Program at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

- What makes you a unique and useful candidate to get on board? (Languages, transferable skills, experience etc.)
- Have a career plan, how does this job/internship fit into it (studied politics so you may want to work in political risk etc.)
- What is

Interview Advice:

- Do research, no need to be an expert but some basic knowledge is appreciated by the interviewers.
- Prepare the interview (experiences, skills used and how do they relate to what role you are applying for).
- Do not show off or brag about your achieve

Graduate Development Program Trainee, Reinsurance (North America) at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be honest about your skills and show a willingness to learn new ones. Do your research about the insurance market; the challenges it faces and the direction it is taking.

Graduate, Client Management at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Take your time completing the application and do research on the company and the role.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and be as relaxed as possible, also research about the role and the company.

Pensions Actuarial Consulting, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Working and studying at the same time is more challenging than you think so make sure you keep on top of studying right from the start.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared, read your application again before interviews to make sure you can answer any questions about it and try to be confident even if that's not the way you're feeling.

Consultant, Retirement Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Understand the role you are applying for and the issues facing the industry.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to prioritise tasks and to make clear the reasons why you have arrived at a decision. How you get there is often more important than the answer you arrive at.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do your research about the company and its history, the role and think about your strengths and weaknesses.

Interview Advice:

In-tray exercise, group exercise (think merger) and competency interview.

Retirement Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research in the industry and the technical exams.

Interview Advice:

Have a really enthusiastic attitude and stay calm.

Associate, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be aware that mathematical competency is not the only desirable attribute, it is just as important to be a good communicator/manager.

Interview Advice:

Be sure to read up about pensions and recent changes before your interview! Make sure you know things like the difference between DB and DC pensions and what commutation is.

Graduate Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Technical knowledge is useful but it's more important to be able to pick things up quickly when they are explained.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be truthful and concise in your application answers.

Interview Advice:

Be truthful - if you don't know the answer to something, don't blag your way through. Ask questions.

Retirement Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

If I were to give you one piece of advice it would be to research Willis Towers Watson and the line of business to which you are applying thoroughly, and demonstrate that you have done so throughout the application process. The more you know about the company and line of business the easier it is to answer the application questions, engage with the interviewers, and ask insightful questions.

Retirement Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

Always remember that the interviewers are there to get the best out of you, not to catch you out. They are looking for someone that will be able to communicate well with clients but also someone that they could imagine working within the existing team.

Retirement Graduate Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Learn as much about the company as you can.

Analyst, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Academic excellence is a must- studying at a top university and high A-level/GCSE grades demonstrate this commitment to excellence, but as consultants we require more than just top grades.

It is of paramount importance that you're able to communicate your ideas effectively and portray your interpretations to numerous colleagues and clients of different backgrounds. Interpersonal skills, teamwork and through part-time jobs you've had since school/university, sports-teams, D of E etc.

Work-experience is also key to landing an internship or graduate role. Insight days and internships at financial firms and investment banks will expand your knowledge of finance, help you build a rapport and prove your willingness to succeed in this industry, as well as your competence to take on such roles.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared. Competency questions are usually the first-step before assessment centres. Think of examples, from university, sport, part-time jobs etc., where you've used qualities such as teamwork and leadership skills. Also read the FT or Economist in the upcoming weeks before your interview. Technical or current business issue questions can be tricky...

Actuarial Consultant, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research well into the company values and how you can relate to each one, supported with examples.
It is key to get across your passion for becoming a consultant along with why you want to pursue the actuarial profession.
It's always great to read up on latest news in the industry which you can put into your application to stand out.

Interview Advice:

I know it sounds pointless but just be yourself. At the end of the day that is what the interviewer is looking at, to see how you interact with others.
Common questions:
Why Willis Towers Watson?
Why Retirement LOB?
Standard competencies:
Time management
Project management - name a time when you failed to manage a team
How would you bounce back from failure?
What is your weakness?
TOP TIP: Always have questions ready for the end of the interview. Shows the interviewer you are keen.

Retirement Actuarial Consultant, Actuarial Consultancy at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Understand what you are applying for as much as possible - attend career events specifically for this particular industry. It's very important you show commitment and understand what you are applying for

Interview Advice:

Standard interview questions - a mix of competency rounds, case study rounds, brainteasers and group work.

Actuarial Consultant – Defined Benefit, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

-Complete and rounded research into topical issues
-Interest in role

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

The WTW website can be difficult to navigate. Make sure you know what you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself at telephone and face-to-face interviews.
Be prepared for competency questions.
For final interview, some knowledge of recent pensions developments is a must.
Know the difference between DB and DC pension schemes

Technical Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Know what you'll be doing day to day and what the role entails.

Interview Advice:

How many steps does the average WTW employee walk every day.

International at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Spend time considering your application to include the best and most relevant information and check for spelling and grammar mistakes before submitting!

Interview Advice:

Research the role you're applying for, what the job entails, knowledge of the industry and crucially, why you'd like to work here.

Graduate Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Commercial awareness of the current trends in the area you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for competency questions as well as technical questions, but also adapt your answers to suit the question. If there's a role play exercise, be aware that you're trying to form a good relationship with the client and you should show your effort in doing that during the exercise.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the role, highlight the ways your experience and aptitudes are a match.

Interview Advice:

Same as above.

Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

It is not asset management, but is a great alternative to it. Apply!

Interview Advice:

Usual process with relatively standard questions. Remember that this is also consultancy and not just Excel and hence in the longer run you will be managing big relationships.

Investment Analyst, Investment Consulting – Defined Benefit advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrating willingness and ability to learn was helpful; despite not being a computer science graduate the company was eager to take me because of evidence of my potential. Be personable; WTW wants colleagues who are pleasant to work with as well as capable.

Software Engineer, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

-Do your research on the company. We want people who really want to work here so make sure you know your stuff.
-Tell us anything and everything (if there's space to do so). Every little thing you've done has made you who you are and we want to see who t

Interview Advice:

-Be yourself. It's cliché and everyone seems to say it but what makes WTW really stand out is the people. We want to see who you really are, who you're going to be on a day-to-day basis.
-Ask lots of questions. We want you to do your research but asking

Analyst, Talent & Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

WTW is quieter on the marketing front than its competitors, however it is the market leader so do keep this in mind when searching for jobs in the DB pensions advisory business

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't be ashamed of who you are, WTW is very diverse and is very open to employing people from all backgrounds.

Investment Analyst, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

Prepare for questions about pensions and the job.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Try and do an internship first. You'll get a better idea of whether this is the job for you and it provides a much easier route into the company if you perform well.

Interview Advice:

Firstly, make sure you can answer competency questions! Secondly, brush up on your pensions knowledge, especially recent developments and their impacts. (They are certainly not lacking recently!)

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm and energy. Basic pension knowledge is a plus, with an awareness of what is in the news regarding pensions.

Interview Advice:

What is the difference between a DB and a DC pension scheme?
Show examples of when you showed team-working skills?

Pensions consultant, Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Don't over embellish your application and be prepared and friendly in the phone interview.

Interview Advice:

The interview centre is an interesting day and presents different challenges. No specific knowledge of the area you are applying to (i.e. in pensions) is required, but a general understanding and keeping track of current news can help. Be friendly but professional.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate that you have both technical/mathematical ability and strong leadership/communication skills.

Interview Advice:

The process has now changed, but a broad range of things were tested. Practise talking when put on the spot and thinking on your feet.

Actuarial consultant, DB Pensions London at Willis Towers Watson
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be honest. They are more interested in the type of person you are than how qualified you are. Make them feel like they would enjoy working with you and have confidence in yourself.

Graduate Analyst, Actuarial at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Remember that it is quality, not quantity that counts. Demonstrate how experiences are relevant and that you want to learn.

Interview Advice:

Relax and be yourself. It is good to to have an understanding of insurance but this can be learned. The most important thing is to be personable, friendly, driven and willing to learn.

Trainee, Natural Resources at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your enthusiasm to learn. WTW has a fantastic training program and interviewers are keen to know whether one would make good use of it.

Investment Consultant, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

You do not need to be an expert in insurance/ reinsurance to shine in the interview, but you do need to know the basics and show enthusiasm for the role you are going for. Preparation is the key; have an understanding of the market, WTW's competitors and the current affairs affecting the insurance market (e.g. cyber insurance). I advise you to take the practise tests provided, they are quite tough.

Interview Advice:

What is reinsurance? What are you greatest weaknesses? What do you know about catastrophe modelling?

Catastrophe Risk Analyst, Willis Re at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your teamwork and communication skills.

Interview Advice:

Competency based interviews.
Network with candidates and industry leaders you meet.

Graduate, Trade Credit at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Show an interest and understanding about the current pensions industry as well as investment as a whole.

Interview Advice:

The people who interview you are the people you will most likely end up working with, so they will be judging your ability to work in the team and how you get along with people as much as your knowledge and aptitude for the role.

Consultant, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Apply early and do your research.

Interview Advice:

Try to have a variety of competency based answers and be aware of what is happening in the financial world.

Retirement Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

The company is not looking for people who act like they know everything, but rather people who are willing and able to learn quickly. In that sense, teamwork and ideas are valued highly.

Investment Analyst, LDI at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to apply if you don't have a maths background!

Actuarial Consultant, Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Sell the most interesting and diverse facets of your personality.
Focus on key elements of your experience and be specific about what part you carried out or had to play.
Highlight, but not in excessive detail, your technical and professional competencies.

Interview Advice:

Focus on competencies and examples of such, rather than technical abilities or in-depth company research.
Interviewers and recruiters will likely be focusing on whether you are a good 'fit' for a consulting environment, which means that personality is key.

Senior Investment Analyst, Risk & Analytics, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company and have an understanding of what we do. Be passionate about why you want to work here.

Interview Advice:

Be the person that people would like to work with.

Analyst, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be honest when answering questions particularly those involving technical tests. Those that don't will almost always get caught out at later stages.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic during interviews be it a phone or face-to-face interview.
Highlight a particular passion of yours that is relevant to the role being applied to.

Software Developer, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Showing a clear and structured thought process is more important than actual investment knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for a client facing scenario.

Investment Analyst, Wealth Management Team at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be familiar with capital markets, types of asset classes, hedging and long term investing.

Interview Advice:

Same as above.

Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself, show some passion, but be realistic and humble - don't lie.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - have a personality, be kind, engage with others (including your interviewers). Learn about what we do - not just topical news stories, but some of the technical aspects. e.g. What is a long-term incentive? How does it work? It'll help you stand out and perform better.

Senior Analyst, Executive Compensation at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have genuine interest in people and HR practices. There are many things to learn (and a lot of training is provided), but if you're passionate about it, it will all come naturally and you'll find everyday work very enjoyable.

Interview Advice:

It's a very relaxed and friendly process so be yourself and really show your interest.

Reward and talent analyst, London at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company thoroughly and were possible be aware of the different teams within the investment LOB. Be cognisant of wider issues/news in pension/insurance/investment industries.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions.

Investment Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

There is a very steep learning curve and you will be given client responsibilities within the first few months of starting. Be prepared for hard work (but the team is supportive and friendly and you will have a lot of help if you're willing to put in the effort).

Senior Analyst, Organisational Surveys and Insights at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the role and the industry before applying e.g. actuarial exams and tailor your answers to incorporate your knowledge of the industry.

Interview Advice:

It's natural to be stressed but try and relax and present the best of you.
When it comes to technical questions, sometimes there is no right or wrong answer but focus on demonstrating your thought process and how you would attempt to solve the problem.

Senior Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Think very carefully and have a very good reason for applying for your specific role - the company tends to look for people who have drive to excel in a given field, not those who are just applying for everything and anything on the off-chance that they might like it.

Interview Advice:

Don't give stock answers - be prepared to think on your feet in the interviews and make sure that you know as much as possible about the industry and recent developments in your chosen field in advance of the interview. Definitely spend some time thinking about what skills you can bring to the company and how you can make it clear in the interview: "Situation, Task, Action, Result" is a very good format to use to ensure you get the information across. Make sure everything is about what "you" did, not the others in your team.

Senior Analyst, Risk Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

HR specific experience helps, but isn't necessary. Core competency skills are needed. You are assessed on numeracy and analytical skills.

Interview Advice:

At a graduate level they look more towards the personality of the individual and his/her competency abilities over specific knowledge about HR and what Willis Towers Watson actually does. Be open, positive, smile. Don't be overconfident.

Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

It's who you are, not what you know.

Interview Advice:

Communicate. Talk about you. The interview doesn't really care about your degree or if you love insurance. They want to know that you are motivated and want to learn.

Graduate, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Use the STAR technique and try to keep examples recent and relevant.

Interview Advice:

Don't underestimate how important it is to show that you can get on well with the team - it's a small team so it's very important for a candidate to prove that they could fit in.

Actuarial Analyst, Global Network Group at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research around insurance and understand what is going on in the industry. Also try to gain a good understanding of the exams you will be taking.

Interview Advice:

What is reinsurance?

Actuarial Analyst, Risk & Analytics at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do some research on the pensions industry, including topical issues, latest legislation changes etc.
Apply early!

Interview Advice:

Dress appropriately - i.e. business smart.
Be thoroughly prepared for competency-based interview questions.

Consultant, Retirement/Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Don't forget to discuss your personality in your application, this firm and consultancy roles rely a lot on the likeability of their employees so stress your qualities as well as your academic achievements.

Interview Advice:

Know the recent pension news inside and out and be able to discuss it in layman's terms.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Everyone at the company is passionate about what they do and new joiners will be expected to be passionate and show this too.

Interview Advice:

Try to answer questions looking at the bigger picture, not just the obvious and short yes/no answers.

Benefits consultant, Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Check spelling, grammar, research company & technical background thoroughly.

Interview Advice:

Has changed significantly since I took part.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Important to do well in the aptitude test.

Analyst, Risk Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do your research, so you understand the structure of the company. Especially with Willis & Towers Watson recent merger & subsidiaries in any large company, it's easy to get lost or miss something essential.
Most importantly: make sure you research your interviewer - their sector within the company should be a huge clue.
With LinkedIn most people are easy to find and means you won't get caught out not knowing a key part of their job (which they will naturally be more interested in).

Interview Advice:

What were my strengths, weaknesses, explain my CV, why insurance?

Junior Consultant, Captives at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Analytics is very important.

Graduate Trainee Broker, Aerospace at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Show you are eager to learn. The company aren't so interested in how much you know about Insurance but are much more interested in whether you fit the mould of the business. Be versatile, adaptable, keen, driven and personable.

Interview Advice:

What is going to make you stand out amongst the rest of your team?
What was your biggest challenge and how did you solve it?

Graduate Trainee, Broking and Placement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Relax and be yourself in the interview.

Interview Advice:

Don't go technical as they definitely know more than you but do have some knowledge.

Graduate Trainee, Glasgow at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do your research into the company before the interview, make sure you know as much as is possible that is relevant to your role within the company.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you're familiar with the company and the role you are applying for.

Client Support Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure to demonstrate that you would be an organised and professional employee.

Interview Advice:

Stay up to date on all Actuarial Hot Topics. I found the company website useful for this.

Consultant, DB Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research or have some understanding of the work that pension actuaries carry out.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't try to over impress.

Consultant (Actuarial), Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Don't just be academic, everyone who works here is intelligent. Bring other skill sets.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and honest, know exactly what you have written in your application as well as big ideas in the industry.

Actuarial Analyst, Insurance Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research specific areas within Investment Line of business and know what each part does.

Interview Advice:

Know company lines of business, show applications of teamwork, working to deadlines etc.

Investment Analyst, Investment Strategy at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company and its competitors.

Pensions Consultant, at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do your research - Pensions is a topic most people ignore but there is a surprising amount of information to know or be aware of.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to throw questions back at the interviewers, especially in the technical interview; Chances are they don't know the answer either but like any exam want to see how you get to the answer.

Consultant, Defined Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Apply early, make the most of all experience you have.

Interview Advice:

Research the industry and changes within the industry, practice writing and presentation skills.

Pensions Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Apply if you want a broad exposure to the asset management industry and exposure to various asset classes/investments, mixed with a good work life balance.

Interview Advice:

Role Play testing consulting/client skills.

Presentation on a relevant financial/economic topic.

Competency based questions.

Group exercise.

Written exercise.

Investment Analyst, Defined Benefit Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Primarily WTW recruit for the same qualities as most other top consultancies. However, since they work in a more specific industry, being able to demonstrate an interest in that industry is a definite plus. They are not looking for you to know everything, or to profess you have wanted to be an HR consultant since you were a little kid but they do want you to show you have done some reading about recent news stories and that you found them interesting.

Interview Advice:

There is no formal case study in the interview process, but there will be a difficult written exercise which is effectively a case study. Try to avoid a rehearsed case-study type answer to the exercise - creativity and thoughtfulness is what it is testing for.
Good topics to read up on for the interview would be gender pay reporting, the difference between this and equal pay, the national living wage, DC and DB pensions.

Reward Analyst, Talent and Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make yourself stand out - what makes you better than the other candidates applying for the role. Extra curriculum activity is a must.

Interview Advice:

Know the role and the company - understand basics of retirement/pensions
Understand the idea of a client facing role

Actuarial consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company and the type of role

Interview Advice:

Don't try to mould yourself into what you consider to be a model candidate. Being yourself is a better strategy.

Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

The job isn't just about the numbers, as a consultancy firm you need to have the potential for consulting as well, and this needs to come across in your application.

Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate intellectual curiosity, a passion for learning new things and give example to demonstrate the requested competencies

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and even if you don't know the answer to a question make sure you say your thought process

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

You need to demonstrate your willingness to learn as there is a steep learning curve here. Therefore at interview is it crucial to demonstrate that you are willing to learning and are committed to this.

Interview Advice:

Have a good understanding of the firm and the industry. Be aware of any topic issues in the industry.

Investment Analyst, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Read up thoroughly on the job description and make sure it's evident you are offering what they are looking for. Tailor your CV to the role. Spelling and grammar also go a long way.

Interview Advice:

Have some questions for the interviewers about the role and be yourself!

Investment Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a good maths background.

Interview Advice:

Be confident.

Investment Analyst, DC Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Understand the actuarial exams and a bit about the area you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be open to new ideas and work well with a group.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Send applications early

Interview Advice:

Research around pensions in general and be prepared to answer simple technical questions

Consultant, Retirement/Reigate at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Read a copy of The Actuary magazine, it's free on the website.
Familiarize yourself with relevant financial/other news to pensions.

Interview Advice:

Mainly competency based and a lot of the info is available on Wikijobs.

Consultant, Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Ensure you know who the clients are and why they need our help.

Analyst, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Do your research into the field and be aware of what the job specifications are. Demonstrate your interest in the field and your past experiences that show you have the required skills to do well at the job

Interview Advice:

Dress for the occasion and present yourself in an acceptable manner. Be prepared and well aware of the job/role you are interviewing for.

Be confident and believe in your capabilities - otherwise you will never be able to convince someone else of your abilities

Demonstrate that you have what it takes to do the job well and are enthusiastic about it.

Always think of a good question to ask at the end of the interview. It shows that you have done your research. Do not ask questions like 'how was my interview?' etc. Ask questions about the job specifications or about the field more generally and how it impacts their business. Do not ask questions which can easily be answered from their website.

Be friendly and relaxed!

Actuarial Consultant, Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the company well before applying, keep up to date with current topical issues

Interview Advice:

Explain your answers fully

Consultant, DB Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have shown an interest in investment issues and your answers to the online questions are well thought at and written well. Communication is important

Analyst, Pensions Investment Managment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Think about what the company would look for in a candidate. What does the company pride itself on?

Interview Advice:

Be honest about what you do and don't know. be prepared.

Investment Analyst, Investment Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Prepare well - this is a competitive industry to get in to, so you need to be clear why you want this job, but also specifically why you want to work for Towers Watson

Interview Advice:

N/A

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Application is rigorous which is good as you feel confident that they are trying to recruit top candidates.

Be well read on the financial news, even if no prior knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Group exercise, presentation on investment topic, questions, and competency interview.

Looking for people that can think through problems logically (no prior experience required) and are comfortable under different scenarios.

Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be organised, know your stuff, start cfa NOW

Interview Advice:

Preparation

Investment Analyst, Manager research at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Read the Towers Watson graduate pages and think of scenarios where you have shown the competencies required.

Interview Advice:

General knowledge of pension related issues in the press. Read newspapers as there are always stories about pensions.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't get hung up on having industry knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Relate your experiences directly to the job role

Investment Analyst, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Take time answering questions and be open minded. Don't be afraid to say you don't know.

Investment Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the various roles on offer and figure out what interests you

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - getting to interview means you're good enough technically and it's now a question of personality fit. Similarly, "interview the company" and see if it fits you.

Investment Analyst, Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Be honest. If you will not be a good fit to the office/company, it is better for both the company and you to know. There is no point in pretending to be someone you are not just for the sake of getting a job - you will be the one to suffer when you start your job.

Interview Advice:

Practice a lot and be natural. Research the company and the role in detail. Keep up to date with industry related news and know the requirements of the job.

Actuarial Consultant, Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure Investment consultancy is the field you want to be.

Interview Advice:

Don't be nervous when they try to rack you!

Investment Analyst, Reigate at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Check everything you write multiple times. In this type of position, accuracy is vital, so don't get screened out for having made simple spelling mistakes or grammatical errors!

Interview Advice:

Expect to be asked to solve problems on the spot and be able to explain your thinking process as you go about solving them. Make sure you are comfortable explaining your assumptions and how you use them in deriving your answers to the interview questions.

Senior Analyst, Risk Consulting and Software at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your high academic achievement, analytical skills, attention to detail etc.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well (look online for tips), be yourself - show your personality.

Executive Compensation Analyst, Executive Compensation at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Make sure to have a numerical/financial background and be able to manage time effectively

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Answer questions as honestly and truthfully as possible. If you don't know the answer, then say you don't know. Honesty is valued. Questions that were asked are your normal competency based questions. Make it into a conversation.

Investment Analyst, DB Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Concentrate on writing good answers to the written questions on the application form

Interview Advice:

Know how a pension fund's liabilities are valued and how they change as interest rates change

Investment Analyst, Liability Driven Investment at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Take the online tests serious and do some practice. Lots of good candidates lose out because of this.

Interview Advice:

The interviews are normally a day or half day long. They combine formal interview with team work illustration and role playing scenarios.

Analyst, General Insurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Application Advice:

Research the role

Interview Advice:

Be aware of the wider picture, that the company is interested in as opposed to the specifics of the role you are applying for (although these are important too).

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Best:

The people are all so friendly and approachable. There are clear career progression opportunities and strong study support. Because of the diverse and large range of clients that WTW work on, there is a wide variety of different projects always going on.

Worst:

Because of the size of many of the clients that we work on, some of the teams are quite large, which can mean that it is often difficult to have visibility of an entire process/ project.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The people I work with

Worst:

Sometimes the hours can be long

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Very easy to talk to everyone when you need to

Reinsurance Broker, Reinsurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

- Great people to work and learn from
- Good location
- Challenging work

Worst:

- Pay

Rewards Analyst, Rewards at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Colleagues, working flexibilty, really good working environment.

Worst:

Again, sometimes unclear instructions/direction.

Analyst, Talent & Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

International company with good ethos

Actuarial Analyst, Pensions at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Reputation
Large office
In the City
Options to work abroad and travel

Worst:

Going through a merge with another company so a lot of unknowns at the moment

Broker, Reinsurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The friendly atmosphere and colleagues

Worst:

Sometimes long hours/can finish late

Actuarial Analyst, Global Services and Solutions at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The culture

Worst:

It is very big so can be hard to be heard sometimes.

Investment Analyst, Investments at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Very relaxing working environment, no pressure at all, very friendly colleagues, gives you enough time to get familiar with everything.

Worst:

Location

Software Developer, Insurance Consulting and Technology at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The culture is generally supportive - not much is expected of you in your first 6 months. Everyone is positive whether you do well or if there are set-backs. Most of the work we do is within a team, so it's a much more positive and integrated environment when compared with my experience at university which could be isolating at times.

Worst:

I really like working here, but sometimes I am sceptical of some of the decisions that are made at a larger scale, but on the whole management are working hard to listen to everyone which helps.

Systems Analyst, Insurance Consulting Technology at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The best thing about my company is the people that work here. Everyone is so nice and friendly and I have made some really good friends here.

Worst:

The worst thing about my company is that you can have a lot of work on your plate and our clients have high expectations. It is a learning curve to be able to manage your time effectively.

Reward Analyst, Talent & Reward Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The company are very supportive and the structure is very flat.

Can only largely comment on Investments as I haven't interacted with many other teams. But the atmosphere is very inclusive and a work/life balance is encouraged.

Worst:

The systems are currently being updated - but they aren't that brilliant

Needing help across the business it's often difficult to find the correct person

Analyst, Investments – Advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The people - understanding, friendly, always available to help out and answer questions
The work-life balance (when you don't have exams to worry about)
The culture

Actuarial Analyst – Retirement, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Very big company so there is a lot of opportunities

Worst:

Because of the size you do not get to know everyone you work with

Acturial Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Full support is given as a graduate, with extensive training and help from the team. Lots of opportunities to travel with work, including the chance to work in Lisbon for a month in my first year.

Worst:

n/a

Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Varied and challenging work

Worst:

Work life balance

Reward Analyst, Talent & Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Very big and international
Supportive for training

Worst:

Lots of hierarchy and management

Graduate Broker, Marine Reinsurance at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Colleagues, culture, work support, study support

Worst:

Salary

Investment Analyst, Delegated Investment Services at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

international, great people

Worst:

salary/bonus is not that great

Analyst/Actuarial Consultant, Global Services and Solutions at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

People
Range of work

Actuarial Analyst, Insurance Consulting and Software at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Office engages in lots of social activities, excellent and thorough training, as well as strong support of your study pathway.

Worst:

Difficult to highlight anything in particular that wouldn't be the case for all consultancies/finance sector roles!

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Manageable working hours;
Varied work;
Very large company with opportunities to move roles;
Access to industry experts;
Genuine meritocracy

Worst:

Management structures are sometimes poorly defined

Trainee Actuary, Analytics at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The values

Worst:

n/a

Graduate Development Programme Trainee, at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

International opportunities

Worst:

Does not have a strong sense of community

Graduate Trainee, Fine Art, Jewelry and Specie at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

They value teamwork and continually work to improve the office environment across teams so that the company can benefit from cross-selling opportunities. In addition there are always events and programmes on that allow you to learn more about different departments.

Worst:

There is a lot of compulsory training required which often is announced last minute and makes it difficult to organise work around it, this training can also be repetitive and time given to complete it is not sufficient.

Graduate Development Programme Trainee, North America at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Company culture - very warm and friendly colleagues, making it easy to settle in. Market leader - best place to be and to learn, also allowing for a far more interesting book of clients.

Graduate Development Program, Graduate Development Program at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The people!

Worst:

Lack of communication between departments. But the GDP is significantly improving it on that end.

Graduate Development Program Trainee, Reinsurance (North America) at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The rotation system in the grad scheme means I get a good education of the business and can direct my career.

Worst:

Initial role not what I expected.

Graduate, Client Management at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The people.

Worst:

The technology which is often malfunctioning.

Consultant, Retirement Consulting at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Working culture

Worst:

Work can sometimes be repetitive or boring

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Great work life balance, really sociable, people are all lovely, great support for exams.

Worst:

n/a

Retirement Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

try to help you progress on a personal level

Worst:

there are a lot of complicated procedures for minor things, for example, booking one day holiday can take a long time

Associate, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Great people and community.

Worst:

Not much opportunity (in my role) for work abroad.

Graduate Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The culture of excellence.
The training and exam support.
The people are amazing.
The work is varied.

Worst:

Regional offices can feel far removed from the central Reigate office in terms of interaction with senior colleagues.

Retirement Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The people and culture of the company.

Analyst, at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Study package.

Worst:

Huge firm and thus client meetings come later than if at a smaller firm.

Actuarial Consultant, at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Good reputation in market.
Top in the industry for pensions!
Innovative

Worst:

n/a

Retirement Actuarial Consultant, Actuarial Consultancy at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Solid branding, consistent work, pays attention to work-life balance.

Worst:

Bad work distribution, lack of focus on graduates.

Actuarial Consultant – Defined Benefit, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The environment and the people.

Worst:

Uneven workload.

Communications and Change Management Analyst, Human Capital & Benefits at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

High profile brand, good training opportunities.

Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Leading Pensions advisory.
Genuine client focus.

Worst:

Too much focus on chargeable hours from senior management. Understandable as this is how the money comes in!

Technical Analyst, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

A great level of funding for training and socials.

Graduate Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Good and regular communication from senior management, friendly and social workplace.

Worst:

After the merger, the company structure is more complex and it might be hard for more junior employees to know where we're heading on both an individual and company basis. Probably will take some more time before the merger process can be considered complete.

Actuarial Consultant, Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Excellent study support systems, good hierarchical cross-communication, good people management systems, good workflow distribution systems.

Worst:

Location a bit too central (expensive to live close/commute).

Retirement at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Already stated previously.

Worst:

Already stated previously.

Investment Analyst, Investment Consulting – Defined Benefit advisory at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

Eager to support positive work/life balance and overall nurturing approach to colleagues.

Software Engineer, at Willis Towers Watson
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Best:

The supportive learning. You can really develop yourself through formal sessions and lots of on the job training.

The number of clients we work with. We support many of the Fortune 500 and are involved in most industries. The opportunities are second to none.

Worst:

Top line management is lacking diversity. We're making big steps to improving this but it's a work-in-progress.

Analyst, Talent & Reward at Willis Towers Watson
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