Travel Assistance Coordinator (Former Employee), Houston – March 3, 2015
Pros: graet people to work with, good pto, good company to work for, good benefits
Cons: too many managers, no room for advancement, pay
Duties were to help people who purchased insurance polices all over the world. Learned about travel policies and pay and file type of insurance. Learned about customer assistance and how people all over the world have different travel policies and benefits they have for coverage of losses. I saw a lot of management at time time I was working there. I think I had about 2 to 3 supervisors and then they had about the same amount of managers. Co workers were nice and they were all knowledgeable about the company and job functions. Hardest part of job was working long hours and trying to interpret policies that were vague. Usually they all would be pay and file or belong to another department. Enjoyable part of job was the people and they culture knowledge from workers all over the world
Carrier Sales Representative (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – March 2, 2015
GREATING EVERYONE,OPENED MY OFFICE,CHECKED MY EMAIL AND REVIEW MY DAILY APPOINTMENTS.CONTACTING EVERYONE ON MY STAFF.I ENJOY MANAGEMENT,LOVE MY CO-WORKERS.THE HARDEST PART OF MY JOB IS FEELED OUT DEATH CLAIM FORMS AND,THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART IS DELIVERING A NEW POLICY AND COVER MY CLIENTS NEEDS.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), NewYork – February 20, 2015
Pros: co workers
Great to learn about the insurance industry supported a department. Typical day answering phones, sending emails documents, etc. AIG was once a company that cared about its employees, we had company picnics, and christmas party and raises
Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee), Neptune City, NJ – February 20, 2015
Pros: exceptional paid time off.
Cons: long hours.
Enjoyed working along my co-workers from various departments. Was able to attend training classes (such as excel, fraud, and insurance). Hardest part, was maintaining (and exceeding) company requirements to meet regulatory standards.
Medical Disability Claim Case Manager (Current Employee), Farmington, CT – February 12, 2015
A good place to grow. Premium and Membership Analysis Planning Risk and Insurance Business Research & Analysis Customer Relationship Management Underwriting Judgments Financial Reporting Underwriting Analysis Claim Analysis of Accounts Cost Analysis and Cost Control Underwriting Market Research
EXL (AIG) (Financial Analyst) Temp (Former Employee), Pine Street NYC – February 8, 2015
My day to day operations at AIG working for EXL Consulting was an incredible experience. My job as an Analyst is to retrieve financial documentation from AS400 and convert the Documents into pivot table Format including a brief comparison and Contrast Graph emphasizing the Favorable vs. Adverse Analysis. After formulating the Analysis of the Portfolio Management of various Traders, I would perform V-lookups for traders that accumulated funds within the Nominal Value. If a particular value of AUM (Assets Under managements) is exceeding the Nominal Value, then I would conduct a test Step of all Portfolios to undergo an Audit procedure.
After performing all Audit of all walkthroughs of various securities such as Options, Credit Default Swaps, and Equity funds we will forward the Documentation to the Financial Manager of SOX Compliance within the AIG department for Approval and then the Documents are sent to the external Auditors which are PWC for SEC filing for 10-K Filing for Financial reporting.
Project Analyst (Current Employee), New York, NY – January 30, 2015
I started this job April of last year and it has been awful. This is the work job experience I have ever had in my 30 years of working. They hired me and have nothing for me to do. I work for a newly formed group and they had no plans for my position. They have been giving me busy work, administrative stuff to do that I was not hired for. Thought this would be my dream job and it has been a nightmare since the beginning.
Looking back over my career, my choice for me was a good one. I was rewarded for my hard work.
Sales Manager (Former Employee), Hickory, NC – January 27, 2015
Pros: interaction with co workers and clients. you were rewarded really well if you worked hard.
Cons: the word no, disappointments, losing clients to death, lazy agents and not enough hours in the day.
I arrived early (8am) and got ready for my day waiting for agents to come to work. I learned a long time ago in this business you had to start early to accomplish your goals. I was in management for 12+ years. I always got along with co-workers because I always believed in treating anyone the same way you expect them to treat you. The hardest part of my career was always keeping yourself motivated because it was a very easy field to run yourself out of if you became lazy and complacent. I always enjoyed helping people with my services to insure that their family would be protected in case of an early death or disability to the breadwinner.
Customer Service Professional (Current Employee), Amarillo, TX – January 22, 2015
Great company, management and co-workers. Plus, the benefits are great. I enjoy my interactions with my co-workers and clients. I have been with AIG since March of 2014. First as a temp, then I was hired full time with AIG in August of 2014.
Internal Wholesaler (Current Employee), Woodland Hills, CA – January 22, 2015
Pros: tons of time off, match your 401k contribution 100%
Overall, the internal wholesaler position is quite easy going. It can get stressful at times with actually issuing the policies. I have learned how to be confident with sales and the coworkers are fun.
National Training Consultant (Former Employee), Gurnee, IL – January 21, 2015
Pros: working with people.
Cons: being away from home.
Traveled, training staff on computer data program for tracking claims. Worked with staff transferring all claims data from paper logs to computer program. I reported to home office in New Jersey while residing in Illinois. Enjoyable part of job was traveling and meeting new people in different offices. Hardest part was being away from home.
Agency Director (Current Employee), Erie, PA – January 20, 2015
I have learned a lot about how to properly educate and position people in strong financial positions with their retirement portfolio. Also, learned a lot about how to protect all assets and liabilities with certain financial vehicles.