Why don't you care about diversity? Why don't you care about Juneteenth? Why can't I have a day off to reflect? You said AIG loves DEI. You said you cared. You obviously do not. Stop the fake virtue signaling. No one is buying it.
Other companies have figured out to keep employees happy by paying well, rewarding excellent performance,...and especially giving cost of living merit increases tha helps offset inflation (no thanks to Putins war disrupting oil and gas and supply... — read more
Starting to wonder if all Claims departments left will be sent to Gallagher Bassett (shudder!) or Accenture too. Including A&H, Travel, and I don't know what's left. Amazing how great our quarterly reports say, but then we got miniscule raises... — read more
I have seen posts that say AIG monitors these sites, but I never really believed that. I now wonder if it is true. I saw the post about interns being pictured on Contact a couple of days ago. I looked and it was there. The day after this site started... — read more
After all the bad decisions made by the leadership - if you can even call them that - the company is still standing. I sometimes wonder if it's true that some businesses have grown enough they're too big to fail. No matter what happens, the company... — read more
Any rumors or updates on "corebridge"? Will there be layoffs in L&R?
That is the caption on the Contact page. 270 fresh careers to destroy. It is unconscionable to teach kids that this is how a company should act. Interns, if you read this, run!
Woke up to not seeing my final and last check in my account from AIG since my resignation. Is your final check still DD or do they mail it out??
Is this just happening in the U.S or is it going on in other countries too?
Seems like a new round of RIFS started yesterday and I’m hearing about a reorg in GI whereby some people and/or groups would be pushed over to Accenture. Can someone in the know explain what happens when an AIG position/employee gets transferred to... — read more
Has the transfer to Gallagher Bassett fallen apart? Not only have most taken other jobs who were to go but I am hearing rumblings of a big problem with the contract and work going over, anyone know?
Years of bad management could be fixed only with a miracle. Is there anyone who thinks that the company could somehow get back on track? I no longer have any hopes for that. Management here manages the decline and that’s all.
Treating employees as an expense instead of an investment. When the management decided that knowledge and experience meant nothing and started laying off the highest-paid employees (the ones who have been here the longest) was the beginning of the... — read more
I do miss my coworkers ALLOT, but wow, leaving that toxic he-l ho-e of AIG is the best thing I ever did!!! Feels amazing. You really don’t know how bad it is working at AIG until you aren’t there anymore, at least that was my experience. — read more
Imo (but it's a wild guess), They want to outsource everything outside underwriting to accenture. They already did it with IT and partially for claims, they'll continue maybe with a part or accounting (not the part that makes up figures to make the... — read more
Sadly that is the situation for some time now. AIG does not value its employees, we all know that very well and that has become a part of the company culture. What I don’t get in this whole situation is how do they not realize that people will leave... — read more
For example, AIG is outsourcing more claims, generating layoffs, and transferring and hiring Accenture to take on a larger role is handling what typically would be AIG business.
AIG stock is tanking again. Time to cut expenses and dump another billion into a share buyback. Looks like no raises next year and good luck with sti if you get any at all.
We all hope that things will eventually get better, and that this way of treating employees this way is just a dark faze in company life. However that is not the case anymore. The disgraceful way in which this company treats its employees is a well... — read more
If yes, what do you expect to happen? Who will be affected and how?
Culture at AIG has taken an extremely negative turn in the past several years. Some of the changes implemented by the management in that period show how little they care about their employees. It's changing the way employees interact with each other... — read more
Seriously what is going on with AIG HR these days! Many of us received letters about Cobra to then receive an email to say the Cobra letter was sent in error. So AIG spent money to mail letters in error?!? Come on the heels of the most disastrous... — read more
Last week I went back to the office and it’s really depressing. I think returning to the office will have a very negative impact on productivity of teams. Perhaps AIG figures employees will get used to the office again, but I think most would... — read more
I mean not that we learned anything from last time, nor did any radical changes happen in the business model. Not that I would like for that to happen, but when you coin in the inflation that is happening and the possible recession that could come, I... — read more
I left AIG three years ago on good terms, or so I thought. A great opportunity presented itself for a position I fit perfectly. I applied and heard nothing back. I applied for another position and again, nothing. I see no reason for this other than I... — read more
How long after your last day does it take for your PTO balance to hit your account?
Is there a mass exodus now that people have gotten cr---y raises / found out other companies are willing to pay more?
Does the company have a vaccine mandate or not? We have constantly been told that we were to decide what is best for our families with regards to returning to the office. We have also been told that we were to either upload proof of vaccination or... — read more
I’m not a financial person so can someone explain the results in common-folk speak and why does it seem all the number don’t include CAT? By including CAT, are all the numbers worse or look bad?
The one and only thing that matters to this executive team. Taken directly from Q1 earnings report highlights: Repurchased $1.4 billion of AIG common stock in the first quarter of 2022. AIG Board of Directors increased the share repurchase... — read more
You'll learn all the wrong things. You'll learn that working hard doesn't mean being recognized with bonuses, raises, or promotions, but being saddled with even more work. You'll also learn that it's okay to increase the volume of your work while... — read more
A 2% raise and get your bu-t back in the office in 15 days...Thanks for all the notice, by the way. With the prices of everything going up, this is effectively a pay decrease. Now I have to pay for fuel to the office, spend time in my car... Oh... — read more
I am happy for others, but at the same time I am depressed because people are leaving while I'm still failing to get a new offer. It’s my fault that I allowed myself to stay here so long and didn’t keep my skills updated, so I’m not marketable now... — read more
Anyone hear anything? I thought we were supposed to hear about raises before the end of April
Anyone wanna bet how many years would it take for AIG to completely shut down or divided into 200 parts( goal of AIG 200) and sold off. My bet is 5-7 yrs. Working at AIG is equivalent to working for textile companies in 1980s.