Blue Cross (TX)

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Former Employee - Applications Specialist in Richardson, TX
Former Employee - Applications Specialist in Richardson, TX

I worked at Blue Cross (TX)

Pros

Lots of new development. Some knowledgable people

Cons

Testing process is complicated. Release process is very time consuming

No opinion of CEO

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Not worth the higher-end pay for local entry-level jobs in the area; redefined micromanagement!

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    Former Employee - Claims Processor in Abilene, TX
    Former Employee - Claims Processor in Abilene, TX

    I worked at Blue Cross (TX)

    Pros

    Benefits package and pay scale

    Cons

    Mangement and Corporate's heavy hand in even the minutia of your workday.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Allow outstanding performers, to perform. Increasing production is not achieved by calling meetings - you must let people produce.

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
  2.  

    One of the best jobs for Abilene

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Quality Auditor in Abilene, TX
    Current Employee - Quality Auditor in Abilene, TX

    I have been working at Blue Cross (TX)

    Pros

    Great flexiblity with your work schedule, and good performance can lead to the oppurtunity to work from home. The benefits are excellent, medical, dental, vision, 401(k), pension, 18+ days of paid time off plus holidays, and tutiton assistance of up to $5400 a year. The company puts a lot of money into training so they give you as many resources as they can to help you suceed. I haven't heard of any non-salaried employees being laid off.

    Cons

    I'm not going to lie, the work is boring and very tedious, but you are well compensated for it. Salary and management positions do not come open often in the Abilene location, so the competetion is high for a promotion in that area. If you put in the time and effort you can easily move into some higher paying hourly positions though. Also, there is a lot of promotion oppurtunity if you are willing to move to another location. There can be quite a bit of required overtime in peak months.

    Recommends
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