- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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They pay good . The office is nice and in a nice area. The people seem to like their job. Love working here.
Parking sucks. Security is tight so you have to have all types of clearances and wear a badge. At least we're safe. OH YEAH and parking is really bad.
Advice to Management
It was very hard for me to find out about this position. They should do a better job at promoting it.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at AIG (Anaheim, CA) in April 2015.
Applied online. Received a message within a week to setup 30min phone call.
Quite basic, asked about my background and provided details about the position. I must add, the interviewer was very unprofessional. Upon our appointed time for the phone interview, she called, I answered and then she hung before I could say anything. I called back every 5 and 10 minutes went to voice-mail. I then sent an apologetic email and requested to re-schedule. Received a response an hour later saying she got a call immediately after mine and was too busy to receive my calls, obvious lie.
With the re-scheduled interview I mentioned in my message that I would call into her office to ensure no disconnection would happen. I called exactly on time, not second later, I received her voicemail. A few minutes later she called back saying again that she was "on another call and was not able to answer my call". Throughout the interview process (asking about background, laying out the details of the role), she sounded annoyed, bitter, and as if she wanted to rush me off the phone and role. Completely unprofessional.
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American International Group (AIG) is one of the world's largest insurance firms. The company's subsidiaries have steadily provided general property/casualty insurance, life insurance and retirement services, financial services, and residential mortgage guaranty insurance to commercial, institutional, and individual customers in the US and more than 130 countries around the world. Its non-insurance activities include financing commercial aircraft leasing.