Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Employee Reviews about "work life balance"
78% would recommend to a friend
(42 total reviews)
David H. Klein
84% approve of CEO
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- "Management is always looking for someone to blame and constant cross checking so nothing moves forward ." (in 13 reviews)
- "Low end salary Can’t work out of state" (in 10 reviews)
- "Parking is expensive and the waiting list for reduced cost monthly parking is 6" (in 9 reviews)
- "Needs better training for appeals other departments were great" (in 6 reviews)
- "My theory is that those who stay gravitate to the good managers, leaving the worst positions to be filled by outside hires." (in 5 reviews)
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Updated Nov 19, 2023
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- 3.0May 10, 2018Project ManagerFormer Contractor, less than 1 yearRochester, NY
Nice building. Good, smart people who wamt to make a difference in a political company culture. Cafeteria is good. Good work/life Balance. People tend to leave before 5pm and by 5:10pm the building is empty.
They are trying to change the fear driven, cya culture that was instituted by the previous CEO. Unfortunately, they are not quite there yet. The ”lifetime way” sounds great on paper, but teamwork and accountability are not found as often as one would hope. Parking is expensive and the waiting list for reduced cost monthly parking is 6-12 months.
- 4.0Nov 13, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 years
Strong senior leadership - commitment to employees is apparent. Very supportive of work/life balance. Opportunities to experience other areas with organization.
Somewhat difficult to move up.
- 4.0Mar 1, 2022Anonymous InternFormer Intern, less than 1 year
People are nice and helpful to interns. Good work life balance.
May not be the best place for entry level if you are looking for challenges.
- 2.0May 27, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
The benefits are absolutely fantastic. Good work life balance.
- Upper IT management is seemingly promoting micromanagement. Agile transformation is going against everything the agile methodology is about. It is making developers lives harder, and SCRUM masters are now pushing for devs to do more work so they can justify the team numbers to upper management. - Upper IT management seems shield themselves in secrecy. You hear murmurs of reorgs and when you confront middle management about it, they act like they've never heard anything about it. - Fantastic long term employees are leaving or actively searching for new positions in droves. Turnover in the IT dept will be high in the next few months. - Promotions are hard to come by.3
- 3.0Oct 17, 2023UX ResearcherCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearRochester, NY
-The people agree amazing -Work life balance is great
-You’ll never be paid what your worth. Any mention of pay will be met with a weak increase. Or they just can’t afford.1
- 3.0May 15, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Work life balance is respected
Old systems/processes create inefficiencies and stifle creativity1