Working at Willis Towers Watson

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Ratings for Willis Towers Watson

  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.3
  • Learning and Development
    3.6
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    4.2
  • Pay Transparency
    2.3
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Willis Towers Watson Reviews

What is it like working at Willis Towers Watson?

Lots of challenging work for great clients.
Senior Actuarial Analyst in Dallas:
Pros: The people I work with are very smart and there is little drama.
Cons: Consulting is a faced paced business with very little time for intellectual exploration.
Peter Principle.
Associate Director of Development in Makati City:
Pros: Good pay. There is some freedom to the things that you want to do and achieve but at a cost.
Cons: The Peter Principle observes that the tendency in most organizational hierarchies, such as that of a corporation, is for every employee to rise in the order through promotion until they reach a level of respective incompetence. Core skills, strengths, and the ability to impact the business are not observed and valued. The organization has heavy politics. They do not welcome ideas other than their best practices. No matter how much they communicate cross-functional collaboration, the processes and procedures in place still adopt siloed strategies.
Up and Down.
Client Service Manager in Richmond:
Pros: The people and clients
Cons: The corporate red tape, processes, and lack of transparency on how to grow, develop, and reach a promotion.
Pension Administrator in Denver:
Pros: Solving problems, off system calculations, commencing participants for their pensions
Cons: non-competitive pay.
Good reporting boss.
Executive Assistant in Singapore:
Pros: Some colleagues
Cons: Noisy people and non-integrity colleagues.
Cog in the wheel.
Senior Vice President (SVP), Sales in New York:
Pros: The people and broking
Cons: Lack of pay and bonus transparency
Rewarding but challenging.
General / Operations Manager in South Jordan:
Pros: i love the opportunities i have to improve myself, and others.
Cons: i feel like the only way to get any sort of raise is to leave the company and come back or go to a different part of the company.