AIA Group Limited Employee Reviews in Queenstown
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My work day is flexible so requires a lot of self-discipline. Very little guidance and help but must meet target which is difficult unless you have a large warm market or leads. Everyone is for himself or herself as it is their own market so unable to share with one another or they will have less sales and not be able to meet targets. Most enjoyable part of the job is you will be very free if you have few clients to meet but for those with lots of clients, they have great friendships through the years.
Need to constantly find own leads
Trainers are nice and staffs there. Work culture depends on individual teams managers and other personal facts. Service is tough to maintain and longer time to build clients relationship.
Many trainings or courses to learn
Long work hours
I joined a company which surrounded by great colleagues and bosses. A workplace of peace, where there isn't any racist people nor political. I am contented and happy with my current job but sadly i want to progress and decided to move forward. Even-tho its heavy, future comes first and I am seeking to climb up the ladder where it can progress me into better positions and opportunities.
I've been able to learn a lot of new things in the company. My boss is very understanding and nice when it comes to my family issues. The most enjoyable part of the job is where you get to laugh at jokes together and we do things as a TEAM.
A 5-day work week with good colleagues and boss. I've pick up quite a justifiable understanding on the policies that AIA Provides through my journey with AIA. The team and company bonding have made my work experience more enjoyable.
No career advancement
Actually I am tied agent to AIA, not an employee so I am not qualified to post any review here... but from what I observed, some staff who left the company some time ago, tend to return and continue working with AIA, probably says much about the company as a good one to work with.
Several staff welfare programmes
Hours are flexible, however, income is not. most enjoyable will be working with clients and other agents. a lot of happy and wonderful memories because of the people that are there. it is always a new challenge meeting different kinds of people on the job too.
Your leader or mentors is really the deciding factor when it comes to this career. They are really the one that will help you achieve your goals and dreams. But having said this, you need to have lots of self discipline and be prepared to work very very hard.
Flexi working hours
Is a friendly working environment and working hours is flexible. Able to meet and communicate with all agents, to submit claims, ask enquiries at the agent care center and provide others admin supports to agents. I am working as a part timer, don't work closely with the management so dont really know how they manages there are districts or groups. All agents are very friendly. The working environment there are friendly and flexible. The hardest part of the job is to ask enquiries at the agent care. Working there I don't feel any restiction.
Flexible working hours
Lots of remuneration benefits and bonuses to be earned along the way. Many learning opportunities on soft and hard skills required in the financial services sectors. Decrease the turnaround time for the communication, processes and requests between back-end staff and the FSCs to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness for clients. Pros Lots of remuneration benefits; Many learning opportunities Cons Specifically, prospecting and talking to people must be a core passion, to be able to construct a long-term and sustainable business model for yourself. Otherwise, it may be very tiring for long periods
I have learnt how to make appointments for the financial consultants through professional communication skills. Follow ups of appointments are to be done through convincing the prospects effectively. Good colleagues within the boundary of work.
Working at AIA as an insurance agent was my very first job after graduation. I am a strong believer of insurance as I have my very own first hand experience of utilizing it as a form of financial protection. That was why I entered into the industry. However having said that, as much as I love insurance and financial products, I felt that the flexible work schedule is too relaxing for me and I wanted to work in a much structured environment, thus the switch to working in the bank instead.
Flexible work hours
Unstructured work schedule
Lots of remuneration benefits and bonuses to be earned along the way. Many learning opportunities on soft and hard skills required in the financial services sectors. Decrease the turnaround time for the communication, processes and requests between back-end staff and the FSCs to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness for clients.
Lots of remuneration benefits; Many learning opportunities
Specifically, prospecting and talking to people must be a core passion, to be able to construct a long-term and sustainable business model for yourself. Otherwise, it may be very tiring for long periods.
Started out 3 day due to no sales was ask to leave is very typical in telesales, while there is an FC observing the hard work of my call & want me by asking another FC permission, with this new FC I learn the art of articulate in making cold call and generate more quota than given, in term of management wise are very lenient and patience, co-workers are not hard to get along as all are working mature adults, of course the hardest part was back then AIG and Lehman Brother news where consumer start to worried, to conclude, working there is never an loss when kind heart are willing to groom, nurture and gift you the best.
Often have free meals
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