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Anonymous shared this review of AON, United States on Jan 12th, 2021
"They are fully supportive of women and family needs. There's also room for women to advance within the company."
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"
"President is a woman, normal to see lots of women in leadership, but still a corporate environment so expect more of the same. A lot of the insurance industry is aging out, so there are still many older men in high positions, but Aon doesn't seem to prioritize them. "
"You have to get a sponsor and be part of the boys."
"My favorite aspects about working at Aon are the people, flexibility (work from home, modify hours, etc.), and ability to move internally into new roles/teams."
"Aon is a great company to work for, one that truly values inclusion and flexibility. Women (and everyone for that matter) are encouraged to pursue their careers and their lives with equal commitment. "
Anonymous shared this review of AON on Feb 10th, 2018
"This is a male dominated and mostly male-led company. The male leaders have been in their roles for significant periods of time whereas the small handful of female leaders or women in very strong and senior leadership roles, have come and gone and have not been replaced or the position has been eliminated in its entirety. "
Anonymous shared this review of AON on Feb 6th, 2018
"I never felt that there was gender biased while working with this organization. "
"Very Stressful and lousy with office polotics"
"This company makes it really easy to work from home. Our entire group is remote and it works great."
"Many women hold senior positions. Gender does not seem to play a role in North America promotions. However, Indian promotions are very different. Female employees in India are much more likely to be held back from promotions simply due to their personalities or behavior seemingly against the female norms of Indian culture."
"It's a challenge for the administrative assistants to 'grow' in their roles. There is still a bit of the 'old school' thinking in terms of what an AA's role is. We are valued, however, just doesn't reflect in the pay."
"There are many women in leadership in my department, but few with children. The consulting lifestyle is a difficult one for a woman or man with primary childcare responsibilities, so there seems to be a solid gap of very few women from 30-40 years old. However, the company has a female CEO, which is encouraging!"
"I've worked here for 7 years and there are a lot of women in middle management roles, but none in upper level management. I've never personally experienced sexism, but there's a subtle issue of women not advancing in to higher level roles."
"Long hours. Relatively no life balance."
"Somewhat flexible with wfh as needed"
"Overall, a good place to work. Firm is relatively flexible with schedules, but when you're working - you're WORKING."
"Women are well represented at all levels. Men & women are equals. Pay and benefits are low compared to the industry but a major plus is the number of virtual jobs."
"A global company with diverse functions allowing great potential for growth and development. "
"Very flexible in their personal time but aren't realistic about the amount of additional hours you need to work, it's expected to work more than your 100% target but not get paid for that time or receive any flex time."
"Be prepared to work hard, learn and contribute your knowledge to improve products."
Anonymous shared this review of AON on Nov 1st, 2017
"The support framework for women is there and I have seen it strengthened in my five years there. I really appreciate the work they've done to improve the Aon Colleague Experience."
"I worked at Aon for two years. In that time, I noticed a few different things about my department and other departments. HR was a great place to be a woman - very flexible, working from home, women in more senior roles. However, in other parts of the organization I know that we are the outliers. Other groups were not flexible about working from home, maternity leaves, etc. A new mom told me she had to pump at work and her manager brought it up in her review that she "wasn't at her desk enough" to ensure she was being productive. Ludicrous! I think I would advise women to be very careful. It's not the best environment and I don't see a lot of powerful women willing to mentor there."