We’re the new AIG.
We’re one of the world's largest insurance organizations, with more than 88 million customers across the globe. We’re leaders in property casualty insurance, life and retirement services, and mortgage guaranty. But we’re more than the sum of our parts. We’re a network of approximately 63,000 people in 100 countries who come together every day to take on the world’s new challenges. We’re people who believe that with the right values and hard work, anything is possible. We know that when we’re at our best, it allows each and every one of our customers to be at their best, to realize their dreams, and find success every day.
Together, we’re working to help see, build, and secure a better future for everyone.
AIG offers you world-class opportunities in a broad range of disciplines. As you might expect, our industry-leading enterprise is made up of underwriters, actuaries and claims examiners. However, we are also attorneys, engineers, and professionals in the finance, marketing, IT, and communications fields. We have industry-focused practices that draw the best and the brightest from the sectors they serve, from construction and aerospace to real estate and human resources. Your opportunities at AIG are tremendous, as we give you the freedom, resources and support to help map your career path across numerous disciplines and geographies. At AIG, world-class opportunities translate into exciting careers.
Diversity and Inclusion are vital to the mission and long-term success of AIG. At AIG, we are an international organization in every sense of the word, going back to our roots in Shanghai in 1919. Today, we continue to have one of the largest insurance networks in the world, with more than 85 million clients spanning more than 130 countries. We take our commitment to building, developing and retaining a talented, diverse, and inclusive workforce and supply chain seriously. At AIG, we value diverse ideas, thinking styles, backgrounds and skills.
Not only are we committed to identifying and hiring outstanding talent, we are also committed to developing our employees. We’ve implemented a number of diversity development programs for both men and women, and are continually growing our internal infrastructure for diversity and inclusion—to enhance employee engagement, mentoring, collaboration and networking. In general, our goal is to broaden the types of opportunities and experiences available to employees at every level.
AIG sponsors a number of internal and external activities in support of our employees. The company annually hosts a Global Forum for Women. We participate in the Out and Equal Conference, conferences for employees with disabilities, Wounded Warriors, and invite members of our employee resource groups to join our campus recruiting teams. AIG also affirmed its longstanding commitment to consider all qualified candidates for employment by signing the White House's best practices to assist long-term unemployed Americans.
We make available Inclusion education for all employees. And our annual Employee Engagement Survey provides feedback to executives on how our employees view the level of inclusion within the company.
AIG also places importance on Supplier Diversity. It is AIG’s policy to proactively seek out certified diverse-owned enterprises and ensure opportunities for these businesses to participate in the sourcing and procurement process.
I worked at AIG full-time (More than 5 years)
Very good compensation and benefits. Annual bonus can be generous commensurate with performance. Ability to work remote, and good work/life balance. Global reach makes for good opportunities internationally.
Very unstable environment currently. Management's view is that AIG is not a career company. Job cuts/ consolidation in progress due to reorganization of various businesses into a single company. Unfair performance management process.
Advice to Management
Insist on and provide adequate training for your staff.
Incredibly long and tedious - the recruiters were the worst people to deal with. management was fine, but the recruiters were negligent. Not a very good first impression for the company. Hope they don't have the same people there.