I have been working at Royal London full-time (More than 3 years)
-If you want to develop and are really self-driven, it is recognised and rewarded.
-The people are the best part
-You can challenge current processes
-Owned by Royal London and really drives the values which are a good thing
-When making decisions, thinking of the impact for all aspects of the business could be better
-Some employees who have been around for a while have got an old fashioned mind set and need to embrace the change and get on board.
Advice to Management
Continue to go forward, keep connecting with Ascentric and encorporate them into the group. Senior leaders need to be more visible although compared to most companies some do try.
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Royal London (Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)) in May-2009.
The whole interview process took over a months time . The first round was core technical and was taken by an external consutant who are Subject Matter Experts in this field. The interviewer had good questions and was based on basic concepts rather than knowledge of tools. Second round was the Behavioral Competency round and after attending so many interviews and getting stuck in this round I have failed to understand what the interviewers are looking for in these questions.
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