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Consultant Interview (Positive Experience)
Interviewed at Aon
Interview Details The Interview and Hiring Process went very smoothly. Met with both a manager and assistant manager. There were no trick questions by either managers, as they were just trying to get a feel for my level of experience and my personality. Both interviewers put me at ease and were very easy to talk to during the interview.
Interview Question – No "trick" questions or unexpected questions were asked during the interview. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
Account Manager Interview (Neutral Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Aon.
Interview Details Interview was easy, one with the HR department and another one with my director. Spoke about my skills and my willingness to work for an international Brand like Aon. I expected a tougher interview. What they more cared was that my studies were about to finish and to have a good English level
Interview Question – I did not find a special difficult question, Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I entered the company as a Junior with a standard contract called "Junior trainee" which has the increased salary agreed for the following three years.
Account Specialist Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Aon in May 2012.
Interview Details Took over a month - I had to meet with several people. Some of them were ok and just checking the boxes one guy was a real weirdo and tries to stump you.
Negotiation Details – They offered me and I was able to negotiate higher salary, bonus and time off.
Broker Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at Aon in March 2012.
Interview Details Very dysfunctional. The worst part about the process was having one guy ask some off the wall questions. What type of animal would you be? What superpower would you ask for?
Interview Question – What type of animal would you be if you could change in to an animal. Answer Question
Account Specialist I Interview (Positive Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Aon in January 2014.
Interview Details Great experience informal and formal. you discuss just about everything in your personnel world and then you go into another interview with a background drill down. It is a great environment to walk into.
Interview Question – They have an informal conversation with you then send you to the manager and have a drill down of your background. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Easy, but they offered a fair salary.
Business Development Associate Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Aon.
Interview Details First was a phone interview with one manager then an face to face interview with two managers followed by another phone interview with two other managers.
Tell us about your greatest weakness?
Tell us why we should bring you on board?
Interview Question – If we hire you, what would you bring to the organization that next person will not? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Yes, I was able to negotiate an extra $5,000 per year in salary.
Producer Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 7 weeks - interviewed at Aon in July 2012.
Interview Details 3 interviews by 3 different middle level managers. Focus on past production and proof of production. No testing or background. Hiring based on past production and past reputation
Interview Question – Nothing to unpredictable. Hardest question was reason for leaving. View Answer
Negotiation Details – back and forth twice. I pretty much got what I wanted.
Account Specialist Interview (Neutral Experience)
I applied through another source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Aon.
Interview Details It was a long time ago, and honestly I can't remember anything difficult about it.
Interview Question – I can't remember, but it wasn't a tough interview. You need decent excel/word and an analytical mind and you should be ok. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I negotiated up by a few thousand annually.
Document and Presentation Specialist Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Aon in April 2014.
Interview Details Recruiting arm of the company called me to discuss salary requirements and skills required for the job. We discussed the requirements and a brief rundown of what was expected. First and Second interview were quickly after that. But then I didn't hear from them. Upon contacting the recruiter 3 weeks after my 2nd interview (twice) I was told they hadn't made a decision yet. It has now been 2 weeks SINCE that email and still no word. I'm assuming they went with a different candidate, which is fine, but I'm bothered by the lack of follow up from the recruiting arm. I thought everyone at the company I met with (about 8 people) were lovely and friendly, and the job seemed interesting and challenging, but I dissatisfied with the lack of communication from the Recruiter.
Interview Question – Questions were actually pretty straight forward, but given the nature of the job, the interviewing manager did give a small text to be sure you could handle what the job would entail (Use of MS Word), without too much hassle; and so that you'd understand the job fully. I thought this was a really good idea, and enjoyed doing it. Answer Question
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