- Kultur & Werte
- Vergütung & Zusatzleistungen
Ich habe bei AIG gearbeitet (Über 10 Jahre)
Salaries and bonuses are good.
Consistent layoffs are taking place all throughout 2016. Morale is awful and many of the experienced managers have left making me wonder how they will forward.
Rat an das Management
Just because someone is over 50 doesn't mean they can't contribute anymore.
Ich habe mich über einen Personalvermittler beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 3 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im März 2013 bei AIG (Parsippany, NJ (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
My interview with AIG occurred in late March 2013. It was preceded by an "out-of-the-blue" phone call from an independent recruiting firm, with the recruiter indicating that she saw my LinkedIn Premium account, and noticing that I was in the midst of job searching. The time between that initial phone call and the actual interview was one week, because of the persistent efforts of the firm to secure the interview for me.
The interview process was mostly, "business as usual." When I first arrived in the Parsippany, NJ office, I was mistakenly taken to the Senior Manager's office first, and then correctly taken to the office of the relevant Functional Team Lead. We had a productive 30-minute discussion about my past work experiences, education, skills, and what I was looking for in AIG.
Following our discussion, I then interviewed with one of the Senior Manager. Many of the questions were similar, but there was certainly more discussion about the broader goals of that particular area of AIG. Many of the goals seemed in line with my expectations and desires (i.e. develop my general knowledge of SAP into a professional skill-set). He was also impressed with how I prepared a binder filled with artifacts displaying and describing my past accomplishments. The interview ended on cordial terms.
The time between that interview and the initial job offer was less than two weeks. By the end of March, I had a firm offer, and a higher starting salary than others in my position (again, due to the fantastic negotiating efforts of the recuiting firm).
My biggest recommendation for those interviewing with AIG is to Be Prepared. In my case, I brought a binder, which fleshed out my Resume by illustrating specific examples of my accomplishments. It helped me to tell my story of success, and certainly impressed the recruiters and interviewers.
Best of luck to all!!
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch
The negotiation phase was handled by the independent recruiting company. They managed to negotiate a starting salary that was over 8% higher than average. That was made possible, because 1) I had an MBA, 2) I had prior work experience, and 3) I was one of the most prepared candidates that the recruiters and interviewers had ever met.