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A great company to work for and very good through COVID with working from home and flexible work day. Very busy periods where pressure is high, but a supportive team to rely on.
A good company and a great team of people
Budgets and forecasts & systems are a bit ‘clunky’
I agree to disagree that I enjoyed my time there. Management at times was a bit annoying. Also the lack of flexibility to work from home (pre-Covid-19). Since I left the job, within 4 months' time I found my ex-colleagues from AON working in other companies of the same kind!
Free tea, coffee
For the most parts I enjoyed myself here, there were times where stress was overwhelming but that came with the role I assumed. Towards the end, the pressure did become intense as a lot of my colleagues felt the place was falling apart rapidly which made team morale dreadful. A shame in some ways.
The CEO’s and higher management
staff behave how they want (bad hygiene, condescending attitudes, general rudeness) and managers don't do anything about it. Good luck if you have mental health issues caused by aon, HR, managers and ops managers will lie, gaslight you, not listen to corporate health to make the situation better and actively make you worse by refusing to deal with the situation, very immature and poisonous place to be. You dont get any proper training just on the job as they call it aka you'll sit being ignored by the socially awkward teams that make no effort unless you do first and you constantly have to ask for help and training. Awful communication in general, they cover up and hide alot from staff, the IT is shocking, systems always going down and the servers can't handle the databases so its stressful trying to work with snailpace network. Avoid like the plague.
Aon has a good life balance working flexible hours. However progression is very diffcult and their is no bonus insentive and 1% fixed raise. Furthermore there is a big difference between seniors an non seniors, non seniors do most the work but get non of the recognisations.
free fruit and tea, flexible hour
Pay, no prgressions
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Things can move slow due to size of the company but they do focus on their employee's welfare. They offer home and office work. A typical day would be liaising with clients and providers ensuring client employees policies are up to date.
Working for Aon was a great experience, it is evident that Aon is a company that thrives on progressing careers and looking after their employees. Work/life balance is good too, with added flexibility in terms of working hours and work from home arrangements.
A Happy office and enjoyed it there. Should have stayed and not been tempted to leave. A bit dusty and dirty due to the renovation work, but when finished should be very nice. Don't know how long AON will stay there though as they are making a lot of staff reductions