I have been working at Blue Care Network of Michigan full-time (More than a year)RecommendsRecommends
Most everyone was welcoming and supportive
Some are slow to accept change
Advice to Management
Doing "More with less" will not work. If you were efficient to begin with you can do more with the same or you can maintain with less. Doing more with less only increases anxiety and stress. It will eventually turnaround and bite you back.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Blue Care Network of Michigan (Southfield, MI) in August 2013.
After applying online, I received a phone call from an HR rep who discussed the position with me, asked me some basic questions, and got information on my current salary to be prepared for future negotiations. I then had a phone interview with the manager and director of the department to provide further detail of my background and qualifications. I was then invited in for an in-person interview with the 4 people that would be my superiors in the department at various levels. The interview went extremely well and everyone was very friendly and easy to talk to.
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I got a call from the HR rep on the next business day to discuss a potential offer (she already knew my current salary, so she had an idea of where negotiations needed to start). The HR rep went above and beyond to keep me updated throughout the negotiation process by calling me from home in the evening and providing me with her personal cell phone number to call her if I had any questions after business hours. They seemed to go out of their way to do what they could to make a fair and reasonable offer for me to consider, which was much appreciated.
Blue Care Network of Michigan keeps its state residents healthy. The health maintenance organization (HMO) provides health insurance products and related services to more than 650,000 Michigan members. The company's health insurance plans include HMO, traditional indemnity, and supplemental Medicare. The network also provides wellness and disease management services to its members. Parent company Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan formed Blue Care Network of Michigan, one of the largest HMOs in Michigan, in 1998 to create a statewide coverage organization. Its network...