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30+ days ago

Nurse Educator

Aetna Boston, MA +6 locations

Facilitate the delivery of appropriate benefits and/or healthcare information which determines eligibility for benefits while promoting wellness… ClickCast

17 days ago

Strategic Planning Mgr

Aetna Boston, MA

This candidate will have Health Care Network Management and negotiation experience to develop and implement Value Base Contracting (VBC) initiatives… ClickCast

13 days ago

Business Project Program Manager

Aetna Boston, MA +2 locations

The Manager of Joint Venture Business Development will help develop and execute strategies to drive 2 - 3 highly complex joint venture health plan… ClickCast

27 days ago

Clinical Strategies Senior Project Manager - Vendor Management/Commercial Risk (WAH)

Aetna Boston, MA

Responsible for managing projects and relations with external vendors with regards to Retrospective and Prospective, Commercial Risk Management… ClickCast

11 days ago

Field Case Mgr-Vocational

Aetna Boston, MA

Responsible for assessing and analyzing an injured employee to evaluate the vocational needs required to facilitate his/her appropriate and timely… ClickCast

30 days ago

Dental Retention Executive - National Accounts

Aetna Boston, MA

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Specialty Business team and join an industry leading and growing dental and vision program. The Dental… ClickCast

3 days ago

Licensed Nurse Educator – new

Aetna Incorporated Boston, MA

Education level: experience: license: training: work Shift: Shift Duration: hours per week: salary: - NAICS: company information…

30+ days ago

Senior Medical Director (New England)

Aetna Boston, MA +3 locations

include development and implementation of medical programs/policies, enhancing relationships with providers and facilities, plan sponsors and… ClickCast

6 days ago

Registered Nurse - Quality Management Nurse Consultant

Aetna Incorporated Boston, MA

Education level: experience: license: training: work Shift: Shift Duration: hours per week: salary: - NAICS: company information…

30 days ago

Case Manager Trainer

Aetna Cambridge, MA

This role uses a variety of educational media to design and develop state-of-the-art training tools and programs for designated Aetna audiences… ClickCast

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    Former Employee - Implementation Manager in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Implementation Manager in Boston, MA
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    I worked at Aetna full-time (More than 5 years)


    Flex time/Work at home. Pay was decent - hard to make as much elsewhere. I worked at smaller division of Aetna, so not part of the mainstream corporation. PTO is decent and annual bonus was usually paid to maximum or overfunded at times (except 2 yrs during recession).


    Difficult to find positions in larger corporation once you are acquired as a smaller division within Aetna. Raises are supposed to be merit based, but "pool" for raises is so small that you end up giving the best performers maybe only a 1/2 a percentage more which doesn't add up to much! There is no measurement of workload - only need to get it done and since you are working from home unspoken expectation is that you get used to working at least 10 hr days, usually more during busiest times of yr and many work on wknds so you come into a heavy Monday if you don't do some work on wknds yourself. Very Meeting focused culture -many of them not productive. Difficult to tell who does what due to so many layers./depts. Rest of corporation not interested in smaller division needs so harder to meet customer expectations at times. Company culture is mostly work at home and that suits many people, but others get away with not doing much somehow. Very stressful during busy time of yr - people start getting nasty at times and feels like you can't please anyone. Compliance heavy environment - makes doing anything difficult. It is widely felt that annual employee surveys are a waste of time - mgmt does not really have clear action plans to improve things, but they are good at comparing benefits to other companies and then reducing anything that might be "better" at Aetna! I think company feels working from home should make up for most shortcomings like high workload and medical plans with high deductibles.

    Advice to Management

    Pick at least 2 things a year to improve based on surveys - do what employees say they want not what corporation decides to pick (cause its usually not as advantageous to employees).

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