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American International Group, Inc., also known as AIG, is an American multinational finance and insurance corporation with operations in more than 80 countries and jurisdictions. As of January 1, 2019, AIG companies employed 49,600 people.

Aig Bank lacks communication as an employer, there is constant pressure to reduce costs and no room to grow, and employees are micromanaged, according to a current employee at glassdoor.com

"Constant pressure for reducing costs that are leaving employees no growth opportunities, that is increasing attrition at all levels. Micromanagers, failure to make employees successful and lack of communication."

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"Regulators make it very difficult for the Bank to take any degree of business risk to grow the business in any meaningful way."

Employee (Former Employee) says

"It’s great for white advisors, but the management is horrible for black advisors in Chicago. If you’re a white advisor you receive all the opportunity in the world to succeed. You must work twice as hard as the top white advisor to keep your job in the Chicago office."

Claims Representative (Former Employee) says

"Worked for this company for over 15 years. Started off great until 911. I disrespected and toured for 6 years until I was forced out the door, signed papers to not reveal the reasoning of the Many losses of AIG financially."

Claims investigators (Former Employee) says

"Manager was retaliatory, rude, vindictive. Non supporting, out to get you, a believer In the inner circle. Very stressful, played mental games. Not a good place to work."

Processor (Former Employee) says

"AIG fired me when I revealed to my manager that I would be seeking counseling due to suicidal thoughts. Upon my advisement that I would be seeking legal assistance regarding this blatant discrimination, AIG Human Resources threatened me. AIG could not handle being liable for an employee's mental well being so my employment was temrinated. The fact that I was a knowledge guru of my team and one of the highest producing processors on the floor with great attendance made no difference. The state of Texas agreed that AIG participated in discriminatory practices and ordered AIG to pay me the maximum legal amount for unemployment. I have not let AIG's intimidation tactics scare me, the attorney I have retained will be filing a notice of suit against AIG, the HR dictators, and my ex manager very soon."

Script Monkey (Former Employee) says

"Reading scripts all day was boring, the managers were mainly poor but one was nice, the other staff were generally ok as we were all suffering the same thing together, which brought us together. Our mutual hate of our job kind of brought a macabre humour to our time there. In the end redundancy got alot of people and they tried to save money by avoid paying out our bonuses. Penny pinching, mean spirited losers."

Assistant Manager (Current Employee) says

"If you are a big spooner then only one can grow in AIG else there is not chance of growth. If One is having a senior in AIG then only the company is good for him, as Senior has all the powers and Junior only have to follow the instructions of his senior. In some of process the are the people who is working as a salve of their onshore partner which is ridiculous."

Financial Representative (Former Employee) says

"This is not relevant to my resume .Therefore I am not answering this question. I do not work here any longer .The division went out of business a few months after I started working there"

Executive Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Hated the place. They had these random stand up things whereby you had to say what you were aiming to do that day, then again another before you left, on what was achieved. You had to rate your mood too - happy, sad etc & say why you felt that way! Such a strange place. No home/work balance! I felt like I was at school!"

Accident & Health Underwriting Assistant (Former Employee) says

"This was by far the WORST place I ever worked. The management in my department was awful. Just a few months after I left the company cut about two-thirds of the people. I worked at a branch office and the culture there was not white collar at all, they treated people like they were on a manufacturing line. They only cared about production and not the person at all.The location was very prettyWalking in the door every morning"

Sr. Director of Technology (Former Employee) says

"Revolving new management every year led to: - 2-3 reorgs per yr - constantly have to re-prove your value - >65 hrs/wk - you still can't sleep at night if you try taking more than a few days vacation After >15yrs, this translates into a career killer."

Office Support Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed working with my co workers and the clients. Team work is very necessary at any office environment. Our office in Hickory were a great family/team, we always supported each other.benefitsnot job security"

Multinational Service Team Lead (Former Employee) says

"Management and training is horrible. Company moral absolutely no existent. The moment you start you will want to resign. Its not worth the money. At least in Travel Guard Department. There are many divisions in AIG so I cant speak for all departments but as far as travel insurance. Travel Guard is the worst department to work in. No organization, no structure. EVERYONE THERE IS MISERABLE AND its contagious. Working there will cause you to have strokes or heart attacks its a proven fact.no ProsThe worst environment bad for your overall health and well being."

Sales Executive (Current Employee) says

"Not a lot of positives about this company right now. Lots of lay offs, no clear communication to the field on the direction of the company. Executives are getting huge salaries, while the worker bees scrap by. The work culture is very stressful and pretty toxic right now. I would not recommend working for this company."

Excess Casualty Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"I had to learn quickly at this new position, since there is no training to they teach you to figure it out yourself quickly and survive. This job had taught me a lot."

Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"Will not recommend A failing company desperate for revenue, in turn they take terrible risks. Unenjoyable work week. Micromanaged Hated going to work every dayExperiencePredatory management, poor career path"

Financial Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Employees don't care about their job. The job is just scamming people out of their money. It is an insurance company, what else do you expect out of this kind of thing?NoneSleazy business"

PMO/Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"long hours ; even asked to comein at 8 and leave after 6. no work life balance or flexibility; no progression map or appraisals. people paid different salaries varied from 35k to 110k doing literally the same job."

Manager (Current Employee) says

"It's not what you know, how well you know it, how much value you bring, but its about who brought you in. Never seen nepotism run so rampant. This is why this company is such a epic failure. Middle and upper management are all in the same club. Managers will never admit they are the problems, rather they will shoot down lower level hard workers and keep their job security than to make sure the company runs profitably. You have been warned, do not work here!"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Very long hours. Very poor systems. Poor direction from management. Poor collaboration among workers. Lots of relatives work throughout the company - political more than skill based decisions. 10 years never got a raise. Management seems very well aware of all the issues but indifferent to making any changes."

Claims Examiner (Former Employee) says

"The hardest part of the job was management and dealing with co-workers. I learned that co-workers were back-stabbers and wanted to keep all information to themselves for job security.popcorn on first Friday of the monthmanagement"

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