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AIG Summer Internship Program
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Decent compensation, Good hours, Good benefits 12% to 401k, Good managers on my team
Company is cutting expenses which mean layoffs are highly talked about, Expense cutting has resulted in the company not covering expenses for certain things, No structured method of being promoted.
I would say be very careful about this company. Depending on the team, it might be part of the layoff plan it might not
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Can take on as much responsibility as you push for
Not a lot of focus on junior talent development or career growth
AIG is a fine place to serve as a training ground but over the long-term is probably less of an ideal choice
A diverse set of opportunities for involvementCompany Reputation worldwideSome great people to work withHR can be effective at times
Cronyism - Cronyism - CronyismSome executives were practically uselessDuring the crisis years they gave retention bonuses to their friends.
The Enterprise Risk Management Division was a practically useless entity. At the time we had a CRO who was the laughing stock of Wall Street. Being what he was he had chosen people of similar traits.There was also a lady senior director who is now probably demoted but had caused a lot of damage to people. I recall a story where she had gone out of her way to destroy a few people's performance evaluations. The current CRO is just a politician. Having said all that AIG has some great individuals. I was extremely lucky during my days there because I had the opportunity to mingle and work with them.