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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved AXA Advisors — recruiting tactics
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I have been in the financial services industry for six years and have been constantly harrassed by recruiters and hiring managers for this company. My resume includes only large sell side banks, which I am sure is appealing to them, but I imagine this is the company's tactic to everybody. Any time my resume has been up on any type of career site or job board, within 2 weeks, I receive at least 3 phone calls from various AXA offices in the tri-state area along with a dozen or so emails. I actually went to meet with one of the hiring managers one time and this is their deal. If you are licensed, you basically pay them to work there. You do not get any draw on anything until you bring in 10k or so, (I forget the exact number). I am sure if you are not licensed, the probably pay for you to take classes while you cold call for them, and make you stay a certain amount of time before they will not make you reimburse them for the tests if you leave. Either way, it is the fog a mirror test that they hire on I am sure.
I was fully licensed for 4 years and was working at a top 2 investment bank when I went on my interview with them... they obviously told me a completely different story about compensation structure and what they could offer me to get me into the office.
I am now working at another top 3 brokerage firm and recently put my resume on monster/careerbuilder etc. Low and behold, in the last week I have gotten calls from 5 different offices and the usual email patterns. One recruiter from NY, pushed me to the point that I am posting this on here. I think this is probably the second time she emailed me in the last week, as I recognize the name, but I am not sure if she did this last time.
I received a recruiting email from her with my email address and everyone else that the blanket recruiting email was addressed to, visible in the To: box. I don't know about anyone else, but it really pisses me off that a recruiter from a firm of that size, or any firm for that matter, would be so unprofessional to copy my email address to a list of people who I have no affiliation with whatsoever. I responded to Eli Weiss and told her my thoughts, but below is her contact information if you have had similar experiences or want a job because I'm sure she will hire you if you have a heartbeat.
Managing Vice preisdent
1633 Broadway 3rd Fl
New york, NY 10019
AXA is a joke
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