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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts CEO Andrew Dreyfus
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  1. Helpful (2)

    "Good insurance lousy pay"

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      Former Employee - Business Analyst in Boston, MA

      I worked at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts full-time

      Pros

      Good benefits but the pay is not competetive

      Cons

      Lousy pay I had to leave

      Advice to Management

      Look for ways to challenge your employees. Look for ways to increase pay. Good company though. I think I would recommend.

      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts2015-09-09
    • "Decent place to work"

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      Current Employee - Business Analyst in Quincy, MA
      Recommends
      Neutral Outlook
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts full-time for more than 4 years

      Pros

      Onsite cafe and day care

      Cons

      Too many chiefs not enough indians

      Advice to Management

      Review compensation model

      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts2013-08-06
    • Helpful (2)

      "Some revamping needs to be done"

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      Current Employee - Business Analyst in Brockton, MA
      No opinion of CEO

      I have been working at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

      Pros

      The best reason is job security the people are great there though so it makes up for some things.

      Cons

      My health insurance cost continue to rise but my raises don't measure up. Every year I lose 2-3% of my annual pay to paying for my health insurance.

      Advice to Management

      There should be serious consideration to how employees are losing money to the cost of their insurance because the raises don't make it break even. It is tough to make it in this world now with the cost of living and yet this is not being taken into consideration. In the past few months the gas prices have risen so far and so fast it is hard to stay afloat.

      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts2008-06-12
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