I have been working at Aviva as a contractor (Less than a year)
Relaxed working environment
Fairly flexible working hours
They are not very keen to let employees work from home, not to mention that their systems are not particularly well set up for this purpose either.
I worked at Aviva as a contractor (More than a year)
Personal responsibility - they give you responsibility and the space and time to deliver against those responsibilities.
People and culture - work life balance is important - people will work long hours to deliver to schedule but it is also considered important to have time with your families and friends.
Group centre changes it's program structures a little too often the senior management changes lead to line changes and this does lead to project and program challenges.
I have been working at Aviva full-time (More than 5 years)
People are very nice and cool. Nice personal/professional life balance. No crazy working hours, you can manage your time as you wish as long as the job is done. Good profit share benefits. Good CE with good offers...
In Aviva, work doesn't pay. If you are a hard worker and ambitious this is not the place to be. Or you can just be there for two or three years max. No promotion, no salary increase. In yearly appraisal this is the message: we're really happy, you're doing great, please continue; BTW your raise is 0.8% ( or 1.5% etc.. Never above 2% and often 0%)
It's ideal for people who want to prioritize their family and/or other project.
Advice to Management
Stop talking bla bla.. People only want recognition for their work..
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