Productive and fun workplace with very nice people
HUMAN RESOURCES DATA ANALYST (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 August 2014
Translate business requirement into technical specification Perform data manipulation (including coding, cleaning, and merging of data) and conduct statistical data analysis for various types of requests. Prepare reports (creating charts and tables, using MS Excel and Access) as requested by internal / external clients Conduct ad hoc analysis as requested by internal / external clients. Provide support to clients, as required Automate the production reports using different tools and methodologis to enable quicker production, greater consistency and lower error rate Identify opportunities to streamline standardize and automate i Proficient in Microsoft Excel and other productivity tools.
Customer Service Representative /OFS (Current Employee) – Toronto ON – 28 April 2014
Support the Sales, Operations and Service Departments Record keeping Track shipments Screen and responds to general telephone inquiries from clients Dictation and creation of memos, letters to be mailed to clients and/or staff Manage and defuse customer complaints Service walk in customer while fulfilling service and pharmaceutical orders Create invoices and service for products Create and fax PDF and Hardcopy quotes to send to potential clients Answer phones and provide accurate product information on company products Update client accounts with up to date information Maintain SAP database regarding customer accounts Assist Sales Reps with customer orders and inquiries
Financial Specialist (Project Administrator) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 April 2014
A typical day for me is usually very busy and filled with deadlines so time is managed very carefully My co-workers are co-operative, professional and friendly. I don't try to think of what the hardest part of my job is - because I am results oriented and solutions driven. The most enjoyable part of the job is the satisfaction of seeing positive results after working on projects, be it small or large. The figures speak volumes.
Great company with good benefits and friendly staff
Long hours without compensation or appreciation of talents
HR Benefits Operations Administrator (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 2 March 2014
Pros – Depending on which department you're working, it can be a hit or miss overall working experience. Overall reviews: - good vacation time (3 weeks plus additional purchase vacation days if needed) - good health and dental benefits - flex hours - work life balance (depending on your role) - 35 hour work week - will increase to 37.5 in 2014
Cons – When the company was Hewitt Associates, the upper management was more caring and open to their employees. After AON took over, the culture is slowly but surely becoming way more toxic and secretive. Upper management does not care about its employees, only bottom line is important (they treat you as numbers, nothing else) Aside from that, the negatives: - paltry pay increase - incompetent managers - declining employee morale
Project Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, On – 22 January 2014
Don't ever think of working here. The worst employee. Management is biased and favoritism thrives. There is no room for a hardworking honest employee. Its is a sneaky scary place Staff turnover in all depts is unbelievable
Customer service Adviser for Participant Benefits (Former Employee) – Montreal – 16 January 2014
I was working from 9-5,monday to friday. I learned everything about insurance company.My co-working were amazing and very friendly.The hardest part is when the client is angry for no reason. the most enjoyable part was when the client was satisfied. It was located in Montreal Downtown.
Productive workplace with great co workers and culture
Deployment Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 January 2014
I really enjoy working at AON where we face challenges and work as a team to resolve any technical issues that may arise.
It was easy as I learnt the process within a day that is to be followed according to the SOP.
The management team and the colleagues are great people to work with.
One of the difficult parts of the jobs was when users requested new computers, which we did not have authorization to. However, speaking to their managers and getting authorizations usually solved this issue.
The most enjoyable part of the job was to perform tasks and learning new methods.
Benefits Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto – 18 November 2013
As a Benefits Analyst, I administer the Benefits for more than 12,000 employees (3 major clients) from a benefits and payroll perspective. My day consist of working anywhere between 8-10 hours per day.