On average, employees at AIG give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest AIG employees are Customer Service Representatives submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Business Analysts with a rating of 4.6.See all AIG reviews »
"Horribly underpaid position. No way to advance. Career path advancement is pure propaganda . Many people in higher level jobs either lack training or should I just say, incompetent? No raise in 3 years. Their scheme is called STI's for short term incentives. That way you get a small bonus if you made high production and no raise if you don't make it the next year. Bonus never figures out to be worth it since you get it in one chunk, the taxes wipe it out! Lousy place to work. Avoid."
"I've worked for AIG AEROSPACE since 2007, they have many layoffs a year and expect employees to work without raises."
"Management is not involved in the work."
"I worked for AIG for 8 wonderful months. I found the job challenging and rewarding. I would recommend this organization to others."
"I've worked for AIG since 2011. It's a great place to learn about the business and contribute my own ideas. AIG is great because I wanted a new career with global opportunities, and I wanted to make a difference to an organization and the community,"
"I've been here for over 20 years. No salary increase in 5 years and a forced ranking system for evaluating performance is grossly flawed. I've participated in many performance round tables and know rankings are subjective and based very little on performance but instead are based on the likability of workers. Grading is determined by a distribution bell curve. 20% of employees must be rated a 4 (under performer). If there are no under performers they still have to force 20% to be 4's."
"I have been with AIG for almost 24 years. When I first started here in 1990 it was a great company to work for. I loved coming to work. Back in 2008 when the company almost went under that is when the company started going downhill. There is no communication at all, no raises in 5 years, the higher-ups get $1m dollar bonuses and the employees below them get squat. All the work that the UT/UA's do is being sent over seas because it is cheaper and they think the quality of work will be better, the moral at AIG is very bad, I would not work here again."
"AII Beauty is the most unprofessional, hostile, dysfunctional company I have ever worked at. The upper management is vicious and deceitful and will throw anyone under the bus to save their own skin. Unless you have a good psychiatrist, I recommend you stay far, far, away from working with or doing business with them."
"AIG has a lot of focus on Type A personalities. This means good communication skills would take you places even if you don't get the job done - management does not have a good handle on how to measure performance. Lots of mediocre people in senior roles who have good communication shills but don't really perform well in their role. Culture is very entrepreneurial. Matrix Organization."
"I have worked with AIG for almost 4 months plus and it was a great experience. They asked me to work on a tool which I have never worked on before, which was a challenging thing for me. They knew that I did not have experience and I could catch up within a week and performed well and am now very much confident in that area. I enjoy putting my efforts into to learning new things and catching up with the environment."
"I've worked for AIG since 2011. My experience with them has taught me much about what I value in employment. For example, I found that I do not want to be in an environment where corporate policies and goals drive unrelated departments into the ground. I am also not fond of the slow adoption of technology especially in the information era. Although the working environment is very relaxed and the people there are great, my career prospects took a priority."
"I have been working with AIG for 6 years."
"I am working in Virtusa Corporation as a Pega Developer in developing large scale, multi tier Enterprise Applications."
"I worked at AIG for 3 years and would still be there is they hadn't closed my department."
"I am about to graduate from The Art Institute of Houston with my Bachelors degree in Web & Interactive Media Design. I interned at VALIC, AIG for one year as a Web Developer."