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    Does anyone have any experience with the Willis Towers Watson application process? I have passed the first couple of stages and was invited to submit a video interview, which I did about 2 weeks ago, but have heard nothing back since.

    Following the submission of the video interview, I received an automated email with said that "We will contact you as soon as possible with the outcome. Depending on when you have applied this may take up to 6 weeks."

    However, I also know that assessment centers are being run around about now. So should I assume that I have been unsuccessful in this application? I can't imagine that I would be invited to an assessment center now, since this would give such little warning?
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    (Original post by David Williamson)
    Does anyone have any experience with the Willis Towers Watson application process? I have passed the first couple of stages and was invited to submit a video interview, which I did about 2 weeks ago, but have heard nothing back since.

    Following the submission of the video interview, I received an automated email with said that "We will contact you as soon as possible with the outcome. Depending on when you have applied this may take up to 6 weeks."

    However, I also know that assessment centers are being run around about now. So should I assume that I have been unsuccessful in this application? I can't imagine that I would be invited to an assessment center now, since this would give such little warning?
    If they say 6 weeks and it was two weeks ago, then wouldnt there be another potential 4 weeks before that time was up?

    Is it possible they are interviewing many people and that there are a number of assessment days? Maybe you are later in the cycle. The process for top graduate jobs can take months.

    It would be unusual for a reputable company not to tell its applicants whether they have been rejected or not, unless they said specifically they would not. be patient at least for another two weeks.
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    (Original post by David Williamson)
    Does anyone have any experience with the Willis Towers Watson application process? I have passed the first couple of stages and was invited to submit a video interview, which I did about 2 weeks ago, but have heard nothing back since.

    Following the submission of the video interview, I received an automated email with said that "We will contact you as soon as possible with the outcome. Depending on when you have applied this may take up to 6 weeks."

    However, I also know that assessment centers are being run around about now. So should I assume that I have been unsuccessful in this application? I can't imagine that I would be invited to an assessment center now, since this would give such little warning?
    I don't know about WTW in particular, but this is normal if they said 6 weeks. The AC's are often spread on a long period of time. Furthermore, you might just be waitlisted in case someone withdraws their application
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    I don't know about WTW in particular, but this is normal if they said 6 weeks. The AC's are often spread on a long period of time. Furthermore, you might just be waitlisted in case someone withdraws their application
    I suspect that this is the case. I did receive a response from them a couple of weeks ago saying that I had 'passed the video interview', but that they were still shortlisting for the assessment center.

    Presumably, they are just keeping me on the hook with this one (as insurance...)
 
 
 
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