AIG Employee Reviews in Woodland Hills, CA
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No one notices you unless you mess up. The pay is fine but the environment is incredibly dull and corporate. No innovations are made in the department and all money is spent elsewhere by the company in order to make them look better in the public eye. If they would focus on in-house issues then id probably want my job back but as the summary says its a thankless job and everyone from all other departments look down upon new business operators. Its the most critical role AIG has and yet there are no innovations and no updates to old operating systems. AIG still requires faxes to be sent in, which most insurance agents are not happy to hear about. Everyone shoots the messenger and thats exactly what this position is.
A great company to work for. Overall, people are great. Having said that, promotions are rare. Depending on your manager, a raise is not guaranteed each year, although bonuses are usually paid out in full or close to it. In other words ... good company to work for, decent pay, great people and culture, but don't expect to climb the corporate ladder quickly or receive generous pay increases.
Fun work environment but work tasks is rather repetitive. Always managed to get the job done as I always see to it that I am at all time deadline-dri
Fun work environment but work tasks is rather repetitive. Always managed to get the job done as I always see to it that I am at all time deadline-driven to get it done. No further comments.
I greatly enjoyed my time with AIG. The management was supportive, and the benefits were great! The only drawback was securing time off. I worked in the call center where assigning time off was first come, first approved and had to be done well in advance. Spur of the moment requests were usually denied.
Poor management , lack of care for associates. Work no fun . Poor bonus structure, very subjective reviews, not enough programs for associates to benefit, cheap management , blame type culture
Long hours, stressful, unappreciative
I’ve been with AIG for just under 2 years. The department has a great culture and only has a few obnoxious/annoying people. However, there are a lot of people who think the management team sets unreasonable expectations but those are the people who are consistently ranked in the bottom of performance. Do your job and management will leave you alone. I’ve been promoted a couple of times already and have been able to accomplish and grow so much professionally.
A lot of recognition if you do your job well
AIG SunAmerica is company that sells individual annuity products in all 50 states. During that time I had worked in several different departments learning variety of function and developing a full understanding of the daily operations of the company. This required me and all employees of the company to have a basic understanding of all federal and individual state regulation within the insurance industry. One of my primary daily functions in the Compensation Department was to run audits for some of our larger broker-dealers that sold our products including companies like Edward Jones and Morgan Stanley. These audits were done to verify commission events and to ensure there were no discrepancies found within. If any were found, I was responsible to research the cause and determine if this was a one off situation or if there was any ongoing situation that would need to be address. Once the problem was determine, I was responsible for making all necessary adjustment to correct the commission payout. In addition, over the last three years, I was primary representative handling all collection duties for the Compensation (Commission) Department; which average about $1,000.00 in debt collection from other companies a week. All of this while maintaining a high quality of customer services to all of our internal and external customers.
Best part of the job was some of the tenured, hard-working people who worked there. Worst part of the job was a remote manager who had no experience with training and was not on-site to observe the productivity issues that were occurring.
Some very good employees
Administrative system issues; remote management
Very challenging with lots of overtime and deadlines but fulfilling. Worked with interesting projects.I saw the company grew and still in great shape. I had a good training and this is my weapon I carry when I look a for job.
Worked long hours especially on weekends