Aon Appoints Eric Andersen and Michael O'Connor as Co-Presidents of the Firm
- Co-Presidents will lead integrated global operating committee designed to bring the best of the firm to its clients
- The firm will retire remaining business unit brands, Aon Risk Solutions and Aon Benfield, and go-to-market as Aon
Aon Reports First Quarter 2018 Results: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6Gz
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Every day, around the world, our Aon colleagues are working closely with our clients to develop solutions to some of their most complex challenges around Risk, Retirement, Health and Talent. What sets Aon apart is our ability to bring insights from our Data & Analytics expertise to drive results for our clients.
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I have been working at Aon full-time
Work From Home Flexibility
Great opportunities to move up
Working for a large company there is always fear of outsourcing
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Aon (Stamford, CT) in March 2018.
The interview process was very straight forward and simple. Participated in a recorded video interview at the end of January that involved a handful of recorded video behavioral questions, and a few simpler typed questions like which office would you prefer to work in. The gentlemen that I met with in person were honest, personable and welcoming. Feedback from HR was often and detailed, so that I never felt left out of the process.