AIG
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AIG Reviews in Boston, MA

Updated Jun 6, 2014
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AIG President & CEO Robert Benmosche

Robert Benmosche

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    Underwriting Manager (Current Employee)
    Boston, MA

    ProsGiven a lot of freedom a young age, some people have the ability to move up t hee company quickly, good balance between marketing and underwriting

    ConsPolitical, demanding culture, nothing is good enough attitude, often times you need an offer from another company to be compensated fairly, not a good training company, terrible bonus structure for underwriters, no incetive to perfrom at lower levels

    Advice to Senior ManagementPay for performance

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    Analyst (Former Employee)
    Boston, MA

    ProsThey have lots of money

    ConsWork life balance. Hostile work environment. Not inclusive.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGrow out of the big boy club.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Lack of effective leadership and constant change

    Manager (Current Employee)
    Boston, MA

    Proswork from home option is a plus

    Consoutsourcing partners selected to reduce staff however they can not complete tasks properly causing additional work, which management ignores. In the past 2 years there has been constant changes with no final vision or plan revealed to the staff, causing many employees to leave due to uncertainity with the future

    Advice to Senior ManagementCommunicate & be honest. Pay your employees fairly

    – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Self created career employer

    Program Manager (Current Employee)
    Boston, MA

    ProsEnergetic atmosphere, opportunities and career advancement are self-driven. These are great assets of the company if you are a self motivated, professional, driven and competent individual. There is a great level of professional development available by senior level professionals, for any employee willing to raise his/her hand and ask. The internal training opportunities are tremendous. Access to exceptional information is readily available.

    ConsTough environment, competitive but rewarding. AIG will take what you are willing to give it. Long hours are expected and needed to accomplish the corporate goal. Young professionals early in their career should take notice to speak up, advocate for their ideas, these are championed by management.

    Advice to Senior Managementpay special attention to your 'coaching' ability in order to retain and attract young talent. We need to train and retain.

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