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30+ days ago

CEM; Client Engagement Manager (Client Acct Support Specialist)

Cigna Austin, TX

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

19 days ago

Client Manager (Account Manager)

Cigna Mc Lean, VA

Overall account management responsibility for CIGNA HealthCare assigned customers including responsibility for persistency results, membership and… Cigna

30+ days ago

CEM-Client Engagement Maager (Client Acct Support Specialist)

Cigna Englewood, CO

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

4 days ago

Client Advocate

Cigna Wilmington, DE

• Develop and effectively present service solutions to clients and customers. • Prioritize tasks and deliverables ensuring solutions are achieved… Cigna

30+ days ago

Director - Client Service Executives - Operations Manager - Tri

Cigna Jersey City, NJ

· Manage a team of Client Service Executives/Client Service Partners ut… Cigna

21 days ago

Business Project Manager

Cigna Hooksett, NH

Choicelinx develops, deploys, and services a fully-integrated suite of web-based benefit enrollment products and services. Our clients use our… Cigna

30+ days ago

Managing Editor

Cigna London vielife (GBRLOND001) 24 Southwark Bridge Road London, SE1 9HF

Sourcing evidence, plus reviewing and providing content for Marketing and Engagement materials. Managing the Research Review Group and Product certific… Cigna

30+ days ago

Sales Representative - Payer Solutions

Cigna Bloomfield, CT

Responsible for driving persistency, growing membership and earnings within existing accounts and for directly managing business relationships with… Cigna

30+ days ago

Customer Support Tech Specialist - Bethlehem, PA & Phoenix, AZ only

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

-Responsible to project manage various types of incoming electronic interfaces for group products and services. -Responsible to implement all… Cigna

30+ days ago

Account Associate

Cigna Greenock, PA

are as follows • Pro-actively manage and negotiate renewal for our book rated portfolio by executing annual renewal strategy. • Develop and… Cigna

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    Excellent Employer; Pays for Performance

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    I have been working at Cigna full-time (more than 5 years)


    Cigna is an excellent employer. Their base pay and bonuses are highly competitive and they recognize top performers with raises and promotions. If you're not getting AT LEAST a 4% raise each year, you're not working hard enough, or you've somehow poisoned your own well.

    Entry-level customer service jobs notwithstanding, the majority of their workforce enjoys flexible hours, substantial paid time off, and the ability to work from home. Cigna has major office locations in fairly average-to-low cost of living areas which pull from an unskilled talent pool for entry-level positions. This means that competency is easy to recognize early on and rising through the ranks to the lower management/supervisory positions is attainable even for non-college grads, though you can expect to need a degree in something (anything really) to advance beyond that level.


    As with any large corporation, there are office politics to deal with, but they are not a significant factor for employees below the middle management level. Some departments are less desirable to work in than others, but horror stories are the exception, not the rule.

    Their competitive base pay is achieved through skimping on the health benefits. There are no options except for high-deductible plans available to employees.

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