HR Benefits Operations Administrator (Former Employee), North York, ON – March 2, 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 – more... – 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 – less
Project Manager - Health &nd Welfare Benefits (Current Employee), Bridgewater, NJ – January 23, 2014
Pros: good work environment with flexibility
Cons: not much growth opportunity in terms of a career path
AonHewitt offers a good work environment that challenges your skills continuously. I have been fortunate to work with a group of very hard working, and innovative individuals that have contributed to my growth.
Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Bridgewater, NJ – January 19, 2014
Aon was a good place to work, The company is an outsourcing company, day to day dealt with analyzing the system creating coding procedures for off shore associates, Management was average had a good relationship with my manager. The hardest part of the job was working with the offshore associates.
Customer Service Rep (Winston-Salem) (Former Employee), Winston-salem, NC – January 15, 2014
My experiance at AON is great. I love it cause my position really allows me to help others. We have a great and friendly staff ,and mostly everyone is willing to help you. I would say the hardest thing would be if you have someone call ,and there's no way to assist them in your department. The most enjoyable part would be talking to people all over – more... the Nation. It made me realize how southern I am. – less
Team Member Advance (Current Employee), Navi Mumbai Maharashtra – January 14, 2014
Pros: no strict rules. no target pressure
Cons: work culture, man-management
We work for US Payroll process. We are third party BPO. I worked for 3 different clients i.e. Bank of America, Duke Energy and International Paper. I have advance level of knowledge about US payroll. also conversant with usage of PeopleSoft and SAP. About co-workers I found people having in-depth knowledge about US payroll and other activities like – more... Work Force Administration , Benefits and Learning & Development. Every client has her peculiar and unique rules and methods for getting things done. Find it hard when logic applied by them is bit different from regular norm. There is no target pressure. We are not overburden with work. I would say I enjoy that very much. – less
Productive workplace with great co workers and culture
Deployment Specialist (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – January 14, 2014
Pros: long lunches
Cons: having to stay extra if an issue occurs
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 – more... 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. – less
Large corporation yet they keep worklife relatively exciting and fun for employees
Tax Filing Shared Services Analyst/Administrator (Former Employee), The Woodlands, TX – January 13, 2014
Large corporation divided into many different subgroups and divisions. I happened to luck out and work in a very fun group (although it was the tax filing department). The office building itself was very modern and well-kept. The company would frequently host parties and events to break up the monotony of the work weeks.