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Looking to transition to a new career. Newly empty nester with tons of experience in healthcare. Worked in clinical for the last 10 years, Just started working in Administration about a year ago and I enjoy it, but I feel like I want to transition down another path. I’m currently in Patient Access at a hospital, I like this role but the money is not sufficient for what I feel it should be. I don’t know what to do. Any suggestions?
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- "Great benefits and company moto" (in 403 reviews)
- "work from home and flexible work schedule" (in 318 reviews)
- "The pay is good and depending on the group or area you work in they allow for work at home opportunities part or full time." (in 306 reviews)
- "A company that truly understands an employee with a good work/life balance is a happy productive employee." (in 267 reviews)
- "Have worked with some really great people and made some strong relationships over a long tenure." (in 252 reviews)
- "Poor management and that’s the truth" (in 236 reviews)
- "Your direct manager often has no idea what you might actually be doing." (in 115 reviews)
- "No training and coaching." (in 111 reviews)
- "In 2024 senior leadership has decided all positions are now in office aligned and is forcing people to go to an office or resign." (in 68 reviews)
- "Upper management is always changing." (in 49 reviews)
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- 5.0Mar 10, 2013Business Project ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDenver, CO
One of the most charismatic CEOs in the industry and they really do promote work life balance.
There is very little opportunity for advancement. Even for the highest performing candidates promotion is rare and few and far between. If you're happy doing the same thing day in and day out or making lateral moves this may be for you.
- 1.0Jun 29, 2021Qualiy Assurance AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsPhoenix, AZ
Cigna pays well. Cigna has tuition reimbursement and matching retirements. Work at home opportunities.
The quality tool was created by someone in operations who is out of touch with the work employees do. There is no work life balance for quality employees who make the same as the employees they review. Cigna employees and supervisors don’t want feedback. I’m not sure why there is a quality program. There is no accountability at Cigna’s. The best employees leave the company or are promoted while the people who don’t act on feedback remain employed in the same position for decades. Cigna constantly makes knee jerk reactions and the changes are not necessary and end up hurting the quality of work employees can do.1