We crowdsource AON PLC's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on AON PLC's employee reviews and anonymous tips from AON PLC employees.
AON PLC Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies
AON PLC offers 7 weeks of paid maternity leave and 5 weeks of unpaid maternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.
Insurance: Diversified Maternity and Paternity Leave
How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Insurance: Diversified industry offer?
Maternity Leaves Taken at AON PLC
- Madam blueflowers
- 6 weeks paid
- 6 weeks unpaid
- Madam Tech
- 8 weeks paid
- 8 weeks unpaid
- 18 weeks paid
- 34 weeks unpaid
- 4 weeks paid
- 48 weeks unpaid
AON PLC Maternity Leave Comments
- "Aon as a whole has very generous benefits (except PTO) and salaries are okay. The biggest benefit to working there is work-life balance in most areas including the ability to work remotely and sometimes more flexible hours. It isn't necessarily a place that's great to grow your career but if you want something stable it is a great option. They also provide maternity leave after only 3 months of employment I think--a lot shorter of a waiting period than other places. Also have some other benefits that are great for families like discount admission to local museums, volunteer opportunities, and discounts to cultural events. There are a fair number of women in senior/management roles (I always had a female manager who was at least a director level) and an active women's group." - Lady mags
- "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." - Lady bookworm29