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I have been working at Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association full-time
there are great medical benefits. there is a gym on site. there is a cafeteria on site. and the people are really friendly.
The audits for customer service is a bit extreme. they put so much into it. It' can be hard being stuck to the phone.
Advice to Management
I really don't have advice to give right now. Management is pretty good. My experience has been positive
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (Chicago, IL) in July 2015.
I first did a phone interview which went over my overall skill set and a few questions about excel and job experience. The manager of the dept was very thorough about describing what he was looking for and the time line for the call backs. I was then called in for a in face interview. I met with 4 people. The first 2 interviewers were great. It was more of a conversation. They put me at east and asked a variety of questions. The 2nd interviewers were more work history questions and how I would handle certain situations. I asked if they had any doubts I could do the job successfully, they said no but I received an email later saying I was not chosen.
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These Blue insurers prefer to sing a happy, healthy tune. Health plan providers affiliated with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) -- known as "the Blues" -- serve some 100 million members nationwide. The association is a federation of about 40 independent health insurance companies who license the Blue Cross and Blue Shield brand names. Member companies own the rights to sell Blue-branded health plans within defined regions. BCBSA coordinates some national programs such as BlueCard, which allows members of one franchisee to have coverage in other ...