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The IT organization is undergoing what feels to be an unending transformation. Processes are introduced, changed, and abandoned with little to no communication. Getting simple things done now take an act of congress. Speaking with senior management it seems that this will get worse before it starts to get better. The problem is that this has become cyclical. As things start to improve we have a shift in the executive leadership and a new round begins. Middle management is powerless to effect change and give little hope that there will be any improvement.
Somewhat generous for time off
Process change is consistent and not well executed
If you have a great manager, and find the dept. that fits you, you'll find it to be a very agreeable place to work. If not, it can turn tedious over time. Benefits are good, retirement package is relatively solid, but there is little room for advancement at times, and there are no promotions, only incentive pay packages once a year, with the value of those incentive pays fluctuating every year.
Flexible PTO usage, a good manager makes a world of difference
No breaks depending on dept., no promotions
American General touts itself on inclusion and diversity. This contributes to a very friendly and respectful work place environment . Management is amazing and the flexible work arrangement is top notch. American General works very hard to educate the employee via various training, one to one sessions and knowledge checks and this contributes to the employee performing their job with a high degree of accuracy .
Throughout my time with the organization much of the time spent during the work day was frivolous meetings about "competitive" in house challenges that really have no real value in advancement nor recognition.
stable work schedule non changing annual selection.
healthcare rates are pretty steep depending on your start pay
Consisted of upgrading and migration of software applications and building new systems for all employees. Multiple 3rd party applications were involved and a lot of customization for executing Windows operating system upgrades.
Was no opportunities to become direct employee
The expectations were to work as many hours as you had to work to handle the job. Technology is big here as is automation and there is little to no support of the Underwriters. Long days, weekend work was needed; no incentives for extra work.
Work At Home
Long Days; Poor Management
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Not much to say except that this company goes through employees like water from a faucet. They will cut you from your job in a heart beat and will do it in the most cold, clinical, terse way possible although their severences are fair to you based on time served. Work life balance is poor and their training is not very well done. Constant system changes and expectations. AIG was much better when I originally joined but things have gone down-hill.
Remote, overall good co-workers
Unstable, NO raises, pension eliminated, high chance of job loss, constant confusing changes
Very stressful environment. When people left, there were no replacements, just distribute the work among the people left. Systems not updated and maintained so that work could be completed.
Flexible work schedule
Department Heads were not on site, but in other states or even other countries.
Typical day - lots of conference calls, status reports, touching base with customers What I learned - improving one's own quality of work Management - available but you have to drive your own career
No merit increase for several years
-Management with poor EQ unable to coach frontline staff to success -Pay not competitive -Lack of defined career paths and ability to advance -Clear disconnect between management's perception of the business and reality of day-to-day operations