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7 days ago

Senior Security Controls Tester

Aviva London, England

Youll also contribute to and at times, lead on - the development and continuous improvement of controls testing methodology. In addition, as part of… experteer.co.uk


2 days ago

Application Specialist – new

Aviva London, England

PURPOSE AND CONTEXT OF THE ROLE • Support the Blackrock Green Package Multi-Asset implementation and develop operational processes around it to… Aviva


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Aviva Group CEO Mark Wilson
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    Great company and heritage; at last recovering, but with impaired potential, from calamitous CGU / Norwich Union merger.

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    Former Employee - Director in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Director in London, England (UK)

    I worked at Aviva full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Sincere commitment to diversity (though cliquey in parts)
    Basic pay OK / bonuses good at senior levels
    Work-life balance respected, though cuts both ways
    Friendly environment, though massive staff turnover has not helped

    Cons

    Endless reorganisations and changes of direction, overwhelmingly driven by financial considerations that often turn out to be cosmetic (e.g. extensive form in over-shooting budgeted one-off costs of restructuring, which turn out not to be one-off after all)
    Goes through the motions of meritocracy, but, with notable exceptions, through several transitions / reinventions at the top table, senior managers tend to be surrounded by their mates, and progression is difficult without fairly blatant patronage
    Too many consultants, often there for CYA purposes or because the group has fired people it actually needed

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Given the heritage, the present position is a travesty of the historic potential, but the present team is doing a reasonable job of putting the damaged wagon back on the rails. A pity, and stretching the limits of plausibility, that the best people for the top jobs seem to be so predominantly old AIA cronies.

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