Benefits Advisor (Current Employee) – Lincolnshire, IL – July 16, 2018
The Retiree Exchange does a great job of providing growth opportunities, but there are limited places to go. They are continually trying to "engage" everyone, but it is ineffective because they do not really really listen. They keep changing for the worse.
Aon in Winston Salem, NC provides an opportunity to prospective employees to expand their knowledge of employee benefits offered through the workplace. I really enjoyed my time there and they also are very good at giving company wide recognition to employees that reach career milestone or reach team specific task
Benefits Specialist (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – June 26, 2018
Working with AON has been a great experience. In previous jobs, I was nothing more than a statistic or a number. Here I feel valued and important. The managers are supportive of your goals and they are not threatened by your need to progress. I have yet to run into a supervisor / manager that refuses to help me move forward in achieving personal goals I have for moving ahead. There are plenty of incentive driven challenges between teams. We participate in every holiday event. We love activities that build morale. We are more of a supportive family than just employees.
It was a fast paced, self motivating place to work. It offered a good salary and beenfit package
Delivery Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 19, 2018
I worked in the Human Resources Outsourcing division of Aon. I originally hired at Hewitt Associates, who was acquisitioned by Aon a few years later. I was responsible for the administration of death related pension benefits. The process was mostly manual, time sensitive, high volume, and often complex (depending on which of the pension/retirement plans I administered).
Strict & bad work envyroment, fair pay, lack of consideration for their employees.
CSR Ongoing Specialist (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – June 15, 2018
In Aon Hewitt your role is to assist in a call center which there you need to provide flawless customer service, orientation and guidance through their web pages, managment of health benefits, life insurance, 401k, annual enrollment of benefits, securing calls during each transaction with the employees.update clients employees files, fixing errors in accounts, data entry and many more things.
They constantly give strict evaluations in your day to day calls for example: what to say, what tools did you use, what voice tone you use during the calls, no pauses no brakes during the transacions etc.
Bad work envyroment constant test as I mentioned before, bad managers, constant threat of getting fired, too much stress during your shift. Employees getting fired constantly and hiring other employees so they don't provide benefits. They commit injustices to employees clients due to lack of care, Lack of consideration for their employees. Very small break room for the ammount of employees (more than 100 employees). You can't take your assigned lunch brake if you are assisting calls which ment more than 5 hours without a brake.
In other words I do not recomend this for a stable job only if you are in desperate need of money.
Administrative Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 14, 2018
It varies widely. Some are such micromanagers and that behavior is rewarded. Others understand what it takes to get people's best work. They also pay at the very low end of market value with benefits that don't offset pay.