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Senior Analyst IT Programmer (Epsom/Farnborough/London/Hemel, UK)

Aon Epsom, England

Senior Analyst IT Programmer Were hiring! Aon are currently recruiting a Senior Analyst IT Programmer to join our team in London, Hemel… Glassdoor


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    An OK place to work. Could be stellar, but it still has too many pockets of feudalistic turfs.

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    Current Employee - Systems Architect in Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Systems Architect in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at Aon full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Highly open to using new technology for tackling business problems. When interacting with upper managers who are intellectually honest, it is no problem engaging in meaningful discussions. In some teams you can experience a "best idea wins" attitude. Good compensation. Good benefits.

    Cons

    Due to their "grow by acquisition" strategy, there is still several pockets of technical debt protected by "turf lords". Some areas are highly political and a new comer needs to be politically savvy to navigate those waters. Some managers are very thin-skinned and don't take constructive criticism very well. Lack of leadership with spine tends to favor platitudes over realism.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn (or re-learn) to lead and inspire others. Lead by example, act with discipline, be accountable and expect subordinates to do the same.

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