AIG Employee Reviews about "pay"
63% would recommend to a friend
(892 total reviews)
69% approve of CEO
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Updated 4 Dec 2023
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- "Benefits are good and not as expensive as other companies" (in 734 reviews)
- "Great people around the world which will give you an amazing network and business opportunities." (in 505 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and 9" (in 360 reviews)
- "Depending on your department you may have a flexible or work from home schedule available." (in 215 reviews)
- "The pay is good and remote working" (in 204 reviews)
- "Management is poor" (in 343 reviews)
- "Constant layoffs and organization restructuring" (in 153 reviews)
- "Managers have set Skype alerts on direct reports to see when they are away and available" (in 140 reviews)
- "No training to climb up the ladder" (in 93 reviews)
- "Lack of guidance from senior management" (in 93 reviews)
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- 4.03 Jun 2021Underwriting AssistantCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsAtlanta, GA
It’s great to start here and get your feet wet. Learn a lot about the industry and have the brand behind your name.
Tough place for minorities to build a career in management and they don’t increase pay.1
- 1.016 Oct 2015Regional Operations Investigations LeadCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearJersey City, NJ
Good benefits and experience. People are generally nice and pleasant to work with. They are flexible and give you opportunity to experience new jobs
Low salary for the role and experience. Too tight on expense and low morale as there is general fear that our pay might be cut or even lose a job.
- 1.013 Feb 2019Medical Assistance CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 1 yearShoreham, England
Challenging but rewarding job. Not much else.
Management doesn't care for you. They consider you are a commodity. They expect total commitment and flexibility from their employees but then won't accommodate your holidays. Will try to not pay you what you are owed and the HR service is unhelpful and very aggressive.
- 4.030 May 2022Customer Service RepresentativeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAmarillo, TX
Excellent Benefits, Bonuses, Pay Raises are often, Room for advancement and opportunities in US and globally,Mental Health Days, definitely learn a lot about finance and insurance
Everything is great about the job except for the job itself . Training should be much longer . You basically are a financial planner w shorter training and no commission , because these financial planners that should be calling you for forms and rates are continuously asking thing they should know . It’s very stressful. People jump ship after training because they feel as is they are overwhelmed, overworked and under paid. High level Customer Service with low start pay but you do get raises pretty fast and often.
- 2.06 Apr 2017Internal AuditFormer Employee, more than 8 years
Really nice people working on the front line. Big name company which looks good on your resume. Work from Home was nice.
Aggressive expense reduction targets mean almost no pay rise and management unable to offer market competitive salary. In some cases, sections are laid off abruptly that people don't have enough time to hand over work. Lots of changes over the past 8 years have lead to Change Fatigue. It starts at the top, and it shows with the recent resignation of the CEO. In my 8 years there, he was the 5th CEO. Changes often made without considering impact to antiquated systems that can't handle it, especially when there is headcount reduction.6
- 4.029 Nov 2011Customer Service RepresentativeFormer EmployeeVestal, NY
For my local area, the pay and compensation was reasonable. The (paid) training was wonderful and the company pays for all licensing and certifications. The majority of the staff was wonderful and professional.
The CCS and Managers tend to promote only friends without regard to experience, professionalism or abilities.... typical office politics. Very stressful environment in which customers verbally abuse the rep for 8+ hours a day.
- 3.031 Dec 2020Claims Examiner IICurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsJeffersonville, IN
Generous PTO and benefits from day 1
Pay is not on par with the rest of AIG or competitors and raises are unheard of
- 4.016 Sept 2017Account ManagerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearChicago, IL
Great work/life balance & benefits.
Pay can be lower than the industry average; raises and promotions are difficult to obtain.1AIG Response7y
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- 2.07 Feb 2022New Business SpecialistFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Great benefits and company provides and supports channels for all diversity and interests. Provides mental wellness days.
This job specifically is an 'entry level' position. The training is all over the place, they only offer one person to train multiple people at various stages in their training so you are constantly skipping ahead, going backwards, and getting lost in the shuffle. The manual is the size of the bible, the workload is out of control (many people quit this position), the priority level is all over the place leaving high demands, pressure, and lack of assistance from anyone and you are expected to retain and work using a lot of secure/private information while getting paid less than 18 an hour!?! Are you kidding me????? I could write a novel and how horrible this job is. The pay is embarrassing for the amount of work and detail you need to do. It's not worth it. I have a college degree and have work high level positions and this job was degrading.8