Some people think insurance is stale. Brian Duperreault thinks “meaningful” and “challenging” are better words to describe our industry. Read how his 40 year insurance career shaped his opinion. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfXd
What’s the culture at AIG? Our CEO points to our 8K volunteer Employee Resource Group members: “Think about it — 15% of the workforce volunteering to take time out of their day to do something for others. A culture that can produce this kind of ERG effort, I’m all in.” #LifeatAIG
Innovation needs a safe place to grow
Innovation doesn’t grow in a box. But it does thrive in safe places. At AIG, we provide the safety that gives companies and individuals the freedom to grow. We work to pinpoint risks and prevent them from becoming losses so our clients are free to create the future; we help our clients identify unseen risks—and stop accidents before they happen.
For nearly one hundred years, our organization has faced and managed complex risks; and provided the risk expertise and financial strength that empowers 90 million clients in more than 100 countries. Today, our organization is evolving to better meet our clients’ needs. We’re simplifying our structure so that we work more closely with clients, provide greater transparency, and deliver value faster and more efficiently. As One AIG, we’re becoming leaner, more focused, and more profitable. We recognize the constant need for change, and we’re up to the challenge. The world is changing faster than ever. What was true yesterday may not be true tomorrow. But with AIG’s risk expertise, you’ll be more prepared, with less fear for the future. We’re ready to help you seize new opportunities.
Our employees exemplify our values of diversity, inclusion, and global citizenship – and in return, we offer world-class opportunities that lead to exciting careers across a broad range of disciplines. Discover who you can become at AIG. Find your place at AIG.
At AIG, we believe that diversity and inclusion are critical to our future and our mission – creating a foundation for a creative workplace that leads to innovation, growth, and profitability.
Through a wide variety of programs and initiatives, we invest in each employee, seeking to ensure that our people are not only respected as individuals, but also truly valued for their unique perspectives.
Are you interested in working in an environment where knowledge is cultivated, innovation is encouraged, and achievement is rewarded? Are you looking for a truly global company that considers diversity to be a business imperative? We’re looking for team members who want to grow their careers and give back to their communities. Let’s partner for success – for you, for AIG, and for our clients.
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Since 1919, AIG has grown and thrived through our commitment to our clients, our community, and our employees – and also because we’re dedicated to learning and adapting as a company.
If you share our interest in new prospects and new possibilities, please keep in touch. We invite you to join a community of career seekers – both students and seasoned professionals – who are interested in working with AIG. When you sign up for our Talent Network, you’ll receive notifications about new opportunities in your field or areas of interest.
I have been working at AIG full-time (Less than a year)
AIG is a truly collaborative and trusting professional work environment. I truly enjoy working at AIG and the leadership team is A+.
I am being asked to write something negative about AIG but I don’t have anything to write here, in this organization.
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Keep up the good work.
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at AIG (Los Angeles, CA) in March 2018.
I was shuffled through 3 offices to interview with 3 different interviewers individually. The interviewers asked typical behavioral questions, One of my interviewers was highly unprofessional, and used profanity in his language. I felt that he was baiting me to use profane speech in response, and I didn’t. My final interviewer was keen to let me know that he would conduct a “poor interview” because this was his first time. I was friendly and acknowledged that I wasn’t judging him. I followed up with all three of my interviewers, and received no response from any of them. I spent 5 hours commuting to and from the downtown LA office, only to be completely ignored. It is extremely rude and disrespectful of them, and I hope they change their ways. I am lucky to have missed out of this wretched opportunity to work with such heartless employees. We shouldn’t have bailed them out.