In order to learn and develop, we believe that our employees need constructive and transparent communication and feedback from their managers and peers.
Performance assessments are conducted at different stages throughout the year. These are used not only to provide employees with feedback on their performance but also for employees to discuss their experiences, concerns or aspirations in a trusted environment.
The wellbeing of our employees is hugely important to us. We have very agile working models that give our employees flexibility in planning and arranging their work-life balance. We also support our employees’ health by offering, for example, fitness courses, educational seminars and more different activities.
Our Work Well program addresses the impact of workplace stress and aims to help employees to manage stress, regardless of their role or level. It raises awareness about the causes and effects of stress and recommends various counter measures to prevent and resolve them.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ model at Allianz Partners. Our development approach is tailored to individuals because we care about progressing employees’ careers as far as we possibly can.
Generally, as well as having technical and soft skills training, you will develop through on the job involvements such as international assignments and job swaps. We provide coaching sessions, mentoring programs and 360 degree feedback, and you will have exposure to regional and global leaders.
As part of the Allianz Group, our employees also benefit from Allianz’s training, development, global networking and diversity and mobility programs.
Notably Allianz have just launched a LinkedIn Learning digital program offering over 10,000 online courses and video content. The content ranges from Allianz-specific topics and general business knowledge to language or technical skills and even to yoga.