Aetna Jobs in Austin, TX

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3 days ago

Registered Nurse (RN) - Continuum of Care Manager

Aetna Austin, TX

Provide comprehensive healthcare management to facilitate delivery of appropriate quality of healthcare, promote cost effectiveness outcomes and… ClickCast


11 days ago

Medicare Broker Manager

Aetna Austin, TX

Responsible for the sales of Aetna Medicare Advantage products through various channels throughout Texas. Fundamental Components: - Responsible for… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Registered Nurse (RN) - Clinical Care Manager

Aetna Austin, TX

Experience in field of case management with history in the field of managed care, or insurance preferred in addition to a clinical background… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Mgr, Medical Underwriting

Aetna Austin, TX

This key position is focused on leading the daily underwriting operations for Aetna Voluntarys fully insured medical line of business. The position… Aetna


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Aetna Chairman, President, and CEO Mark T. Bertolini
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    Very corporate, no concerns for employee's personal lives

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    Current Employee - Employee Assistance Clinical Counselor in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Employee Assistance Clinical Counselor in Austin, TX
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    I have been working at Aetna full-time

    Pros

    This job pays fairly well and provides the opportunity to work from home. In some ways the job is easy in the sense that it can be monotonous and once you know how to use the computer programs that part becomes second nature. You accrue PTO 12hrs/month starting out. Fairly good benefits overall, and domestic partners can be included.

    Cons

    The monotonous work is certainly also a con. It's very corporate, and while I'm sure every department is different, EAP has definitely become a place where they don't care about the individual employee. There is a push to treat employees equally instead of fairly, and some members have management have made it clear they don't even understand the difference. The medical insurance itself is shockingly expensive (high deductibles, $1600-1800 for an individual) working as an employee for the actual company. Lots of the company is 24/7 which may lead to an awful schedule you're stuck in.

    Advice to Management

    Learn the difference between equality and fairness so that employees feel motivated to do well. Reward those employees who do well with things they really want, like a better schedule, to create a better work-life balance.


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