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AIG Employee Review

Smart people, but difficult to advance

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16 December 2018
Great brand, smart people but difficult to advance if you don't have a manager willing to be a true sponsor/mentor. Management training is limited to underrepresented minorities or women of certain job grades. If you aren't in either group, it's pretty much self driven.
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