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Former Employee - Supervisor, Medical Management in San Antonio, TX
Former Employee - Supervisor, Medical Management in San Antonio, TX

I worked at Aetna

Pros

Organized training, ability to work 8hrs days most days without expectation to work 10-12 hours day other companies have.

Cons

Salary not competitive with job market.

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    It's been pretty good, other than compensation and growth potential.

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    Current Employee - Medical Management in Linthicum, MD
    Current Employee - Medical Management in Linthicum, MD

    I have been working at Aetna

    Pros

    Flexibility is very good at this company. There have been many positive changes related to business practices that have implemented that have impacted the company in a good way.

    Cons

    The downside of working at Aetna is that there is very little room for career advancement. The salaries are not comparable to other companies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Aetna has a very good leadership team. Most of the issues at the company seem to be internal. With proper restructuring, most of these problems can be resolved.

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    Incompetent Managers Attempting to Direct Poorly-Designed Program

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    Former Employee - RN Case Manager in High Point, NC
    Former Employee - RN Case Manager in High Point, NC

    I worked at Aetna

    Pros

    The non-management personnel in the HP BAC operation are some of the most talented, creative, kind people in the world.

    Cons

    The strongest skill of the managers in the HP BAC operation is hiding their incompetence from their off-site supervisors.

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    This program has all the earmarks of on which has been designed and managed by.....should I say it?......women. The failure of this program is directly the result of "inclusion" run amok. In most cases, men and women think and plan differently. The HP BAC program is a good concept which was left to women to "flesh out," and they failed. Miserably. Now, they expend most of their energy trying to keep their supervisors from finding out what a train wreck they've created.
    Before you discard this review, understand that I am a woman. If Aetna wants to save this program/account, they'd be wise to hire at least ONE man in the chain closer than the executive VP at corporate headquarters, and ask him what needs to be done to straighten out that disaster. Ron Williams, this is only your fault inasmuch as you've failed to know what's truly happening in High Point.

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