Thread regarding AIG (American Intl Group Inc.) layoffs

WC employees: do you feel undignified, disrespected, & disgruntled? — is it time to organize???

I have been a WC employee w/ AIG for almost 2 decades. Most of my colleagues have similar tenure. Everyone I have spoken to is experiencing the same things, & we collectively continue to be abused by AIG. They continue to give us new jurisdictions (w/ little to no training), transferred claims (that are a mess), “data project”, & just continue to pile on the work with more and more pressure. All the while not giving us any indication as to our future; either severance, transfer to GB, or straight termination.
I personally feel We, as the backbone of this company for decades, deserve better and feel it’s time to organize in order to force AIG’s hand to show us some dignity and respect, by telling us what our future holds.
Should we organize a “walkout” for as many of us to call in as possible, on a certain date? In hopes to hold AIG accountable, and force them to show some respect and provide the necessary info as to what our future employment and financial situation holds. Anyone feel the same way, and/or willing to participate??

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Post ID: @OP+1eMuv66g

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The better plan is to take whatever is offered you, severance package or employment with GB, update your resume (hopefully you have already done this) and find a great place to work. This will take some effort on your part; however there are a lot of claims positions currently open due to the pandemic.

Look on the bright side, at least you weren’t riff’d by AIG during the holidays.

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Post ID: @1kfl+1eMuv66g

I’m sure the plan is to “surprise” you and walk you out the door. Your manager (or his manager if he is being rif’d to) will call you into the office for a mandatory meeting and deliver the “news” so that the can humiliate you further walking you out the door.

Good luck to you, there are much better companies!

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Post ID: @1slp+1eMuv66g

AIG owes you nothing. If you’re planning to have a strike day like a union you’re crazy to think adjusters will do this. Most adjusters at AIG are beaten down scared bottom feeders. Just hanging on with false hope from the elites at the top, begging for raises thinking things will change for the better. Lol, that’s why I left last year.

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Post ID: @qgo+1eMuv66g

This is why I recently left AIG. If you’re holding out for a severance package, good luck. That’s all I can share with out exposing myself. I hope all works out for any WC employee that’s not Fed, MCU or VS.

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Post ID: @pjt+1eMuv66g

It’s like you read my mind. I feel so disrespected by AIG. There has been zero communication since that “unscheduled” meeting that almost no body was able to attend. I have children, and not knowing my future has been extremely tough on me and my wife. I have over 20 years with AIG and I feel like I’m being treated like a child. The stress of not knowing is the main issue. AIG has a corporate responsibility at this time, since they were prematurely forced to tell us about the GB “partnership” back on 12/13.

Not like we need a Union to strike, right?

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Post ID: @nia+1eMuv66g

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