"I have been Working at AIG for 9 yrs and it’s always a place that will inspire and motives for improvement."
"An ever-changing company, not always good. Depending on your managers, change could be an opportunity, but most of the time people were exhausted by too many things changing was to recurrent. I decided not to pursue an internal movement because the shut down a great part of the Data Science team."
"Very few opportunities to grow"
"Work culture is very good and supportive. Management is good and appreciative. I thoroughly enjoyed working at AIG."
"Great place to work! Competent supervisors and room to grow within the company!"
"All is good in the organization"
"AIG does not support it's employees. It thinks mostly about the bottom line and lining the pockets of the executives. Communication is poor and jobs now are being sent overseas. Managers do not support their employees."
"a very good company, salary not on time but average salary scale is good, the staff are friendly working as a team always"
"Although this company does not provide employees with the feeling of stability (they practice RIF about twice a year), they do promote growing your career within the company."
"I've learned a lot more than I could imagine at AT&T. It has been an intense study in tech, people and honesty. I am looking for a new place that allows me to continue to expose me to high tech and super people, but there is a corporate focus on saying the truth ALL THE TIME."
"I've found it to be a strong company with good ethical values and an emphasis on customer retention."
"Great company to work for and great people."
"The workload was very heavy and the VP I worked for was cruel, nasty, and criticized his entire staff in public."
"Worked there 5 years. Flexible work schedule and good benefits. Good salary. BUT- raises are done in secret for friends only. There's no incentive or evaluation to get one. Promotions are based on favoritism or "likability." Doesn't matter if the person has no experience and no degree, if he/she is related to the boss. ABSOLUTELY NO DIVERSITY! If you speak Spanish you won't get hired. If you're a person of color you won't get promoted. If you go, don't stay more than a year. There's no training, but you'll figure it out."
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