Aon Jobs & Careers in Portland, OR


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30+ days ago

Proposal Project Manager (Chicago)

Aon Portland, OR

The Proposal Project Manager will lead, plan, develop, produce, and deliver proposal and presentation deliverables required by client solicitations… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Account Executive

Aon Portland, OR

About Aon Aon plc (NYSE: AON) is the leading global provider of risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human resources solutions… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Part Time Flexible Candidate Selection Associate

Aon Portland, OR

About Aon Hewitt Aon Hewitt empowers organizations and individuals to secure a better future through innovative talent, retirement and health… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Account Executive - Requisition #: 49101 – new

AON Portland, OR

We currently have an exciting career opportunity for an Account Executive/Broker I in our Portland, OR office. This position will support Aon Risk… InsuranceJobs.com


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    Former Employee - Senior Account Specialist in Vancouver, BC

    I worked at Aon full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Excellent employee support programmes, good benefits, reasonable salaries, flexible work place roles, energetic forward thinking client driven synergies

    Cons

    Aon is too quick to terminate older senior employees that have a wealth of experience that can benefit the corporations immediate and longer term objectives. instead it has caved into the culture of youth wherein salary compensation levels are lower. However the trade off is a loss of experience that can give a company an edge in a highly competitive, fast changing marketplace.

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    Aon's leadership teams have to consider the long term benefits to shareholders of maintaining an investment in experience rather than seeking resolution of short term goals with a less qualified and experienced employee base. What they are giving up in their senior staff is not compensated by the necessity to focus more resources on employment training to bring staff up to an experiential level that already exists. That cost exceeds the cost to maintain an experienced employment base.

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