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Good IT infrastructure and projects with advance industry Technology Balanced LifeGood Compensation and BonusesGood working cultureNo Job Security
Flexible working hours and remote working
No job security
Original hire was at American General Life and Health. The culture within the original training period was good. After AIG rebranded and as Branch Management changed, so did culture. Unfortunately, AIG decided to move away from local, in-home Agents and local Customer service.
Great place to work. Good coworkers and some exciting projects. Good opportunities for continued learning and training. Spent over a 20 years tenure with the company.
Overall not a bad company...though they do not have any process for compensation reviews so the only way to grow professionally and financially is to look for other opportunities once you are employed. Has been going through many months of layoff over the past 18 months. Cronyism is very much alive and well in this organization.
I live working at AIG. The work environment is great and inclusive and management is also very good. Pay and benefits, specially 401K, are excellent; however, recently there have been a large amount of layoffs which creates a lot of uncertainty in regards to job security.
AIG was one of the best companies that I have ever worked for. The work environment is fun. Management keeps every day fresh by having contests or giveaways. We used to get cash prizes for most money collected, best customer service, best work ethic, attendance, and conduct. All of the staff was super friendly and there was not a soul who wouldn't help of help was needed. I'd recommend this company to anyone who likes a challenge, and to anyone who values job security and growth.
Great work environment, good pay, oppportunity for growth, promotions from within the company. There were just too many to list.
Not really any that i can think of.
Early morning meetings, due to India off-shore team members. Same folks who runs the meetings need to turn around and do the work, which leaves few hours in the office to work after many meetings. There are groups and clicks of people who does not share information outside of their circles. It is difficult to have close relationships with team mates, since many are in remote locations. I enjoy the few individuals who really wanted to get things done and are willing to collaborate and get the job done. The value of individuals are not praised very much, thus it is imperative you are a self motivator.
The company does community volunteering
Disconnect in communication, due to remote work locations
This is not a good company to work for. They have been losing money for the last 10 years. They are not willing to invest in technology to be competitive and have a dozen or so lay-offs throughout the year. Senior Executives have no clue what is going on with their teams and are completely disconnected. They are making decisions looking at spreadsheets.
Had a good manager
Too many to list
I have worked for CMS for seven years and still make less than $48,000 per year. The workload is heavy with very little time to plan. I have learned so much about managing my time, multi-tasking, organization skills, collaboration, leadership skills, and much more. I have been given many management opportunities. I have even had the chance to work with a textbook publishing company and present in a video that has been viewed internationally. The culture is poor. Motivation is lacking and administration does not seem quick to respond. The hardest part of the job is completing tasks in the amount of time given. I teach students 90% of my day but also have to find time to complete compliance, grading, research, analyze data, etc... The most enjoyable part of this job is working with students that are eager to learn. Seeing them enjoy an activity is incredibly beneficial.
Making a difference in students lives.
Lack of support, at times.
Reorgs on a continual basis. Friends and family hiring process. Has not made money in the past 10 years. Environment is hostile, managment offers no direction, wants to be a tech company but falls miserable short. Too many chefs with no ingredients to work with
The company itself is not that bad but has lacked direction in 2017, and they only plan on new things starting in 2020. There are some good solid benefits within the company, but pay seems to be all over the place. My position was eliminated as part of the 3rd re-org since the end of 2016. This latest round was big, and they are moving folks to either Charlotte, New York, Houston, or San Francisco. I did not want to move to Charlotte.
AIG is a great global company which offers opportunity for an abundant number of career choices. Management is fair and the company offers very competitive compensation. The AIG name is solid again. The offerings from the company are amazing and help change peoples lives every day.
401(k), health insurance