February 13, 2018 by Staff
The annual competition, managed by Mediacorp, evaluates employers based on programs and initiatives offered to young employees, such as tuition assistance, co-op programs and mentorship opportunities.
“AIG has created a comprehensive suite of programming to attract and retain Canada’s best and brightest,” Elizabeth McSavaney, AIG Canada’s HR director, said in a news release. “We strongly believe in investing in our staff members.”
AIG Canada holds a series of innovation boot camps where young employees present new business plans to a panel of global executives. The insurer also has an analyst program that allows undergraduate students in their final year of study to gain on-the-job experience.
“Young professionals seek a career with a higher purpose and a deeper meaning,” said Lynn Oldfield, president and CEO of AIG Canada. “The property and casualty insurance industry offers the opportunity to help put people and businesses back together following a claim.”
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