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Anonymous shared this review of AON, United States on Jun 8th, 2020
"If you want to work here thinking you will be developed and promoted, you will be developed only if you take the initiative to do it on your own. Promotions are scarce and do not come with appropriate salary increases. A woman is promoted to a job previously held by a man and she is paid significantly less for the same job and with a lesser title to boot. Regular merit increases are insulting for the amount of work you are expected to do and the hours you work. "
Anonymous shared this review of AON, United States on Jun 3rd, 2020
"Lacking structure and expertise to met high volume project implementations. No true empathy for welfare of their employees. Stagnant and capital focus."
Anonymous shared this review of AON on Mar 8th, 2019
"Really diligence your potential group and manager to make sure that they will be supportive of flexibility if you need it. "
"It is a great company to work for, and offers the flexibility to still maintain work-life balance! There are big internal initiatives to have even more women in senior leadership, which is really exciting!"
"There is endless opportunity for women and an active, engaged conversation around sponsoring high potential women in the firm to expand opportunities internally and give greater visibility to those who are adding value"
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