Aon
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About the company

  • CEO
    Gregory C. Case
    78%
    approve of Gregory C. Case's performance
  • Founded
    1892
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Insurance Agencies & Brokerages
  • Headquarters
    London, United Kingdom
  • Link
    Aon website
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3.6720193.002020

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Account Management Executive (Period in Shenton Way
on July 4, 2020
Work under pressure
Must be able to work under pressure with short deadline. Alot of manual systems and too many updates on it. Hopefully they are able to invest One system that has at least 70% information of a client. Rather then goes to multiple systems to run through.
Doesnt Matter in Singapore
on February 23, 2020
Confused Management leads to confused workplace
It used to be fun to work, but off late due to constant restructuring and internal politics within our division, the work comes second, saving each others jobs comes first. This is purely what is happening at my division. I am hoping its not the same in other departments.
Client Executive (Real Estate Insurance Broker) in Client Executive
on February 19, 2020
Supportive office
Great working hours with fair overtime work. Supportive team that fostered growth. Management always found time to discuss matters and offer assistance to improve. Colleagues were very friendly.
Regional Manager in Singapore
on February 7, 2020
Singaporeans great people, English Regional Head of HR lacking
If the Head of HR, English lady was a little supportive, it would have been a brilliant role, as the businesses bought in, which is never easy, and the role was gaining momentum across APJ. The HR team lacked maturity, and thought leadership, more an ostrich when it came to resolution with HQ and Chicago. I would recommend working for AON, but not with HR as a partner unless the lady has left. No issues with local Singaporeans, great folks as always, I just wish the Regional Head HR had done what she was being paid to do, instead of number crunching, and making herself out to be an ostrich. Singapore leadership, brilliant, however HQ in Chicago, a little backward, fair bit of politic, and many shake-ups. I would not recommend working here, the attrition rate is too high, with little care for consequence on families, and zero support, after the event.
Executive in Singapore
on February 6, 2020
Overall the culture is okay depending on which department you are working in and need lots of patience and must have a positive mindset.
Flexible hours and got to work independently. Face paced environment and had to have a positive attitude. Able to take tasks given with a tight deadline. Workplace culture is fun and sometimes could be stressful with tasks given in a short period of time. The hardest part of being a broker consultants is/are requires you to work late sometimes. Involving with lots of events over the weekend for campaigns.

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