You’ll be fine if you're lucky you get to be a remote employee. Otherwise, your happiness will be depending on the office you are allocated to. Not every office has proper resources. At the Lincolnshire office, the desks are outdated and chairs are not functional.
Not every office has good resources. At the Lincolnshire office, the desks are outdated and chairs are not functional. Aon is going thru corporate restructuring, meaning people are being laid off. My manager didn’t have the nerve to tell me herself. Instead, I received a random phone call from the HR department in the evening telling me that my time at the company was done and to drop off my computer the next day at the security desk.
It was very unprofessional to not even have a conversation with your mgr. For them to just call you at home while you're having dinner with your family to tell you that your job is gone, it is quite revealing of the management at the company.
Management has to take the time to care about your people more. Letting people go in the way you did to me was rude and unprofessional.
Not my post, took it from: https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Employee-Review-Aon-RVW13688009.htm