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Good when I started here - management was laid back and it was easy to network in a big company. Things turned sour over time with countless reorgs, massive layoffs, and abysmal employee morale. It still was easy to work there, but the more recent years I was there I wasn't learning anything new and no one had any faith in the management.
I am thankful for the 18 plus years I had at American General/AIG. I am thankful for the opportunity I had to learn various products. I also was involved in their EAC and was able to help out in other TEAM projects as well. As our jobs were eliminated because of AIG selling off the Affinity and Small Group Employer business, there was no other place within the company. That would be the one downfault. Management was fair at times, but upper Management was always changing. You learned to adapt to their procedures.
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Poor management and no tolerance for explaining duties or expectations to subordinates. Feared for your job from day to day and it was threatened every day....................................................................................................
I've been here for 6 years. It's alright. Benefits are hard to beat but no raises or path to management. Lots of layoffs but I've been lucky. I guess just don't go in expecting to work your way up to CEO unless you plan on leaving the company and coming back after getting promoted somewhere else
AIG lays off so much that everyday people come to work with the thought, I wonder if today is the day. The managers are bullies and very disrespectful. They are not supportive of their team and request you do no talk to a member of the team on which they do not care for.
work from home sometimes
no support from Managers -rude and disrespectful
AIG is a great company to work for. They encourage skills training and provide advise for professional growth. They tend to hire from within first, so there is usually an opportunity to apply for other positions within the company
Lots of opportunity for growth
Sometimes long work hours
AIG is a great place to be if you want a good work life balance. Hours are on average 9-5. No working after hours or the weekends. Benefits are great you get 24 days of PTO to begin with and can roll over 10 days each year. Company has 2 days work from home policy if your manager deems it appropriate. Compensation is very not competitive, especially if you are joining the company out of college. Very friendly environment to work in where people help out a lot. There are some great people in the company. However there are no structured form of progression. You can get a promotion after a year and have to wait 2-3 years for the next and its completely up to your manager.
Excellent work life balance, great benefits
Noncompetitive compensation, no structured career ladder