We always start with our customers. As one of the largest global insurers, our purpose is to act for human progress by protecting what matters.Protection has always been at the core of our business, helping individuals, businesses and societies to thrive. And AXA has always been a leader, an innovator, an entrepreneurial company, fostering progress in all its dimensions. Our purpose also links back to the Group's roots.
From the outset, AXA has been committed to acting as a force for collective good. From solidarity-based actions with AXA Hearts In Action to work on prevention issues with the AXA Research Fund and the fight against climate change, AXA has always been attentive to its social environment and embraced its responsibility as an insurer: responsibility for taking action upstream in order to better understand risks, with one goal in mind: to ensure better protection.
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AXA have a clear strategy to ensure flexibility is at the core of their business. The organisation supports flexibility across all their roles, whether it's a head-office or a customer service role. In 2021, AXA implemented Smart Working, which combines the flexibility of remote working with the anchor of an office as a place to interact socially and to build community.
While AXA currently work with a hybrid model (office and home working), employees can choose what their workday looks like to find a balance that works for them. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, 38% of AXA colleagues regularly worked remotely. And some 90% of colleagues have said they wish to increase the amount they work remotely in future.
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💡AXA are committed to ensure flexibility is at the core of the business.
💡AXA have roles that can be done from multiple offices, allowing flexibility to work across the UK.
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💡Flexibility may differ for some roles, for example some customer service roles may require more office attendance, or training in the initial few months.
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