Regional Vice President (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 7, 2017
Great team focus. High net worth clients, good broker relationships. Enjoyed the independent general agents and BGA's, exciting NYC atmosphere where you were allowed to be yourself and nuture your region and business partners. a serious player with great products and comp plans.
Office Staff (Current Employee) – Texas – June 7, 2017
There are many of benefits for working for a large company like AIG. Fully vested employer 401k/Roth IRA matching of 6% and additional 3% is outstanding. Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance. Immediate 24 days of Vacation/PTO. Its matching contribution to charitable organization and 2 employee volunteer days to allow employees to take part and volunteer in their communities is really neat. There are the typical flaws you'd expect from a company its size but those are trade off one has to make on his/her own. The opportunity for growth is available. Work hard, do your best and someone will notice.
Internal Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 4, 2017
Typical day at work involves making/taking 40 to 50 calls. All calls are recorded and some are reviewed weekly. Everything you do is documented: calls, emails, etc. There's a lot of opportunity for advancement if you want to go into external wholesaling. There are many layers of management, which can result in disorganization and confusion.
Great benefits, external sales opportunities, decent salary, lots of vacation days
There are too many layers of management and it can feel overbearing at times, too many inefficient and ineffective meetings
Team processor (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – June 4, 2017
I was wrongfully terminated for following the directions of a manager who instructed me to alter dates on a spreadsheet for audit last week. At this time, I do not have any positive feedback for the company due to the situation I was put in which caused me to lose my job of 19 years and the reason was CERTAINLY not my job performance nor production numbers.
Typical office environment. Quiet. Sectioned in cubicles.
Scheduling Clerk (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 1, 2017
Easy workload. Repetitive work. Work closely with financial advisers and their clients. Given a weekly list of clients to call and schedule them to meet with their financial adviser to review their financial and retirement plans,
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – June 1, 2017
Like any big company, the RIF's come regardless of tenure.
Loved the co-workers. Good feeling of a job well done. No rewards or recognition programs, they are too expensive. Management is very mixed from the over qualified to never managed anyone. I feel bad for the co-workers I left behind, always fearful of the next blood letting.
You take your chances with this big company, the branches are falling off this tree very quickly.
I would go back if only there was better job security, but the company is a reflection of the times, there is no such thing as job security.
Good work life balance, benetits and PTO
You never know when the hammer is falling on your head.