The sad thing is, at least for me, is that the management isnt overtly rude or difficult to get along with. I frankly just feel they're ill-equipped to manage employees who are more prepared for the future than they are. In my situation, the management is kind of slow to act, too lazy to directly tackle disengagement , and are insecure that they are going to lose their jobs and their check. That being said, I still feel that if they were "with it" they' be spending their time beefing up their skills and trying to get out like myself and most of my peers around the same age. But instead, they come to work to go to pointless meetings, and probably just pray that they don't lose their jobs.
Like HELLO, there is no such thing as employee or company loyalty anymore...so why would ANYBODY invest in becoming a lack-luster corporatist?? I'm extremely disengaged with AIG, to the point of it basically being irreversible..and although we all need to take responsibility over ourselves, I directly blame the middle management and directors for the low morale.
These people have 0 skills for how quickly the digital landscape is basically changing the work environment. I loathe going to a place which is stuck, and as an extention attempts to keep me stuck, 10years in the past. There's no excuse...either RIF me or make it an obligation to invest in the future of this company (i.e. employees under 35ish) because those who have been with AIG for 10+ years (a.k.a middle management) are basically garbage.