AIG is committed to respecting and supporting human rights in the global communities we serve and conducting our business in accordance with internationally recognized human rights standards, including the UN International Bill of Human Rights (the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) and the International Labor Organization’s Declaration on the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Please click here to read AIG’s Human Rights Statement.
An Open-Door work environment means every manager’s door is open to every employee at any time
AIG is dedicated to fostering a workplace culture that promotes employees’ physical, mental and social well-being.
It begins with our Open-Door work environment which encourages open communication, feedback and discussion about any matter of importance to our employees, including human rights and employee well-being. This Open-Door Work Environment means that every manager’s door is open to every employee, and that employees are free to talk with any manager at any time.
AIG focuses on fostering a culture of respect in the workplace and maintaining a work environment free from discriminatory harassment, including sexual harassment and bullying. Our Global HR Policy and employee handbooks detail our employees’ responsibilities, establish guidelines for appropriate workplace behaviors and set forth procedures and practices that govern the workplace. These policies and procedures address topics including DEI; Equal Opportunity; Disability and Reasonable Accommodations and Substance-Free Environment. Also included are policies and procedures that govern time off from work, performance management, career opportunities, emergency conditions, corrective action, complaint procedures, policy violation reporting and a benefits summary.
AIG also provides multiple avenues for employees to present concerns in a safe and secure environment, without fear of retaliation, which allows the Company to review and address issues appropriately. These avenues include Employee Relations, Human Resources, designated compliance officers and our Helpline.
To support a non-discriminatory environment, AIG provides employees awareness and training through:
Online training modules via our internal training website, Your Learning Journey
- AIG’s enterprise-wide Code of Conduct and associated mandatory annual training and certification
- AIG’s extensive online policy portal, an internal database that houses all company policies
AIG upholds freedom of association and collective bargaining. AIG’s Human Resources, Employee Relations and Compliance departments are responsible for the protection of labor rights, and AIG does not restrict the rights of employees under any legislation, federal, state or local laws. AIG also investigates anonymous complaints to the best of our ability. Employees are free to discuss their wages, hours and other working conditions. Some of our international locations have works councils and collective bargaining agreements. Additionally, AIG recognizes the value of allowing groups of employees with common interests to formalize their professional relationship by creating an ERG. You can read more here.