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This might be for the Exit Opportunity bowl, but wondering if anyone had insight into the Cigna Enterprise Strategy group? I don't have many contacts in the US and don't have a sense for what the internal strategy roles at the large health insurers are like, but I saw a posting recently and was immediately tempted. I'm at ~7 YOE made up of Big 4 and now at a boutique firm.
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Hi all- I booked a car from Enterprise car rental thru Priceline for a trip tomorrow. Even though I have auto insurance, I purchased additional insurance thru the Priceline website. Enterprise called me today and suggested I bring a copy of my personal auto insurance as well. Shouldn't I only be sharing the auto insurance info purchased thru Priceline? The agent insisted that he will need my personal driver's insurance info as well. Is this normal?
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I'm a Cloud Support Engineer in EMR, dealing with complex issues for enterprise clients. Every day is unique with high job expectations. I have 2 years of experience and feel underpaid for the work I put it. I am currently meeting if not exceeding expectations on a regular basis. I am eligible for promotion talks in Apr 2024. Need help maximizing my negotiation for the performance-based RSU grant and salary increase negotiations. Base Salary - $103,000 RSUs - 420 Units vested over 4 years
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- "The people you work with are great and the pay is nice if you stick it out" (in 1623 reviews)
- "They give you great training that you can use to move up or take with you when you move on." (in 952 reviews)
- "Compensation for this job is reasonable and you receive great benefits for being a recent college graduate." (in 946 reviews)
- "Great training program and really allows you to grow professionally while gaining valuable business experience." (in 535 reviews)
- "You’ll learn a great work ethic and your coworkers are great" (in 490 reviews)
- "Long hours and perhaps less ideal for individuals who are married or have kids; there is a trade" (in 3785 reviews)
- "There is simply no work life balance and many employees are quickly burnt out and miserable." (in 2594 reviews)
- "Hours are long but fly by! Pay is low at start but gets loads better!" (in 1405 reviews)
- "The long hours and hard work you put in would not out way staying in the same position for long." (in 1062 reviews)
- "Poor management and lack of development" (in 670 reviews)
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- 5.0Jun 17, 2023Management TraineeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearCleveland, OH
Great Opportunity towards Management, Sales Great Work Ethic is Celebrated Constantly Promotion Within the Company
NOT A CON TO ME — but Change Happens Often between coworkers and management due to promotions so Adaptability is a mustEnterprise Response4mo
Thanks for sharing your positive experience! Our promote-from-within culture means we provide the training and development you need to keep growing and advancing your career. The sky’s the limit at Enterprise!
- 3.0Feb 8, 2013Branch ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Great resume builder Great work environment for the first year in which you're doing nothing but selling and going out for happy hours with coworkers and accounts
After the first year of proven sales, you're expected to continue focussing on your personal sales with selfish vigor while now managing a branch of employees and trying to put them first (as a good manager should). The problem is, promotion is now so largely based on individual sales even as a manager - as opposed to management skills