Cigna Jobs in Atlanta, GA

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30+ days ago

Client Engagement Manager - Regional

Cigna Atlanta, GA

-Engage and provide employee communication/health/wellness strategies to clients regarding their purchased services. Develop and implement health and… Cigna


30+ days ago

Clinical Program Manager - Atlanta, GA or Charlotte, NC

Cigna Atlanta, GA

For US Candidates: Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual… Cigna


30+ days ago

Presale Consultant (Sales Administration Analyst

Cigna Atlanta, GA

For US Candidates: Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual… Cigna


30+ days ago

Nurse Practitioner - Cigna Onsite Health (33 hours, part time with benefits) - McDonough GA

Cigna Atlanta, GA

• Provide monitoring of chronic conditions in conjunction with patient PCP, i.e., blood pressure checks, Glucose monitoring, etc. • Oversight and… Cigna


30+ days ago

Coder / Provider Education GA (Requires Travel)

Cigna Atlanta, GA

This specialist ensures policies and procedures are monitored and updated to include regulatory changes and conducts training/education of physicians… Cigna


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Cigna President and CEO David Cordani
David Cordani
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    TERRIBLE

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
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    Pros

    Vacation vacation vacation they made me write 5 words and vacation is the only pro I can come up with.

    Cons

    lack of training political when it comes to job postings more about catering to inflated egos instead of work performance leaders don't follow policies such as diversity, ethics too much power in management local managers are not on same page as president terrible pay for performance terrible benefits did I say terrible local leadership Everything is political no room for advancement no cross training in departments worst than government with wasting money on "projects' (Cigna University) that don't help employees cross train to advance HR hires externally before internally ALWAYS Make employees feel trapped because if they are not marketable in the company they learned their skills how can they be marketable outside the company. stupid engagement surveys that mean nothing because no positive changes for employees are ever implemented stressed out employees with the same story trapped in position with no raise barely supporting their families. not even a cost of living raise.

    Advice to Management

    Advice to upper management come into the small local office and get engaged with the people that are face to face with the customers. Make some real changes for the betterment of the employee. Give tenure employees a change and hire or advance internally. David Cordani seems to be on the right track but the regional and local managers are way off track!


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