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Anonymous shared this review of Aetna, United States on Sep 25th, 2020
"Most of us work from home BUT we all work very hard and are dedicated to our members. Working from home is a great perk but it doesn’t mean that you are able to be a slacker . ?"
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna, United States on Jun 30th, 2019
"There are lots of good opportunities for women - particularly in certain areas where growth is occurring"
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Sep 26th, 2018
"I think that working in the office afforded more leadership and development opportunities than working remotely."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Sep 12th, 2018
"Work for and with people who like and respect one another"
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on May 21st, 2018
"Lots of opportunities for women in leadership positions in my department. "
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on May 8th, 2018
"Get everything in writing, negotiate work at home/flexible scheduling if work-life balance is important to you."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Feb 7th, 2018
"Many work from home opportunities and over 80% of employees are women."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Nov 23rd, 2017
"Work at home allows for a better work life balance."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Oct 28th, 2017
"Job security as you move up is very cut throat."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Aug 4th, 2017
"Make sure you're in the right department. Different departments have very different cultures and behaviors related to professional women."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Jul 17th, 2017
"do not sleep with your boss, it will be held against you"
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Jul 3rd, 2017
"The have very nice an private pumping rooms, you can work at home with many of the positions, and the bosses are very understanding of family needs."
Anonymous shared this review of Aetna on Oct 16th, 2016
"Terrible benefits. Old fashioned management style. Poor employee culture and communications with constant reorganization S and layoffs."
"With the office I was in, there were a lot more women than men. It was mostly a call center type of job and entry level."
"Raises are very very small."
"I have worked here 2 years and there are a lot of women and a lot in management. Seems to have great work life balance at first and then gets more demanding with less flexibility the longer you are here, no matter how well you do your job. Having small children and being a working mother requires some flexibility on all parts and that is changing."
"when i first started the company was great. now it is a nightmare. men or women - it doesn't matter. you get worked to death for less than desirable wages."
"Not to try to learn and figure out everything in a few weeks, it takes years and we are still learning each and every day."
"I would ask co-workers what to expect prior to accepting a position and perhaps even do it as part of the interview. Aetna encourages training and education and their benefits are excellent but I found that my job was nothing like my job description and what I interviewed for - and what I was told in the interview regarding work from home opportunities were never a reality. Also, there were mandatory meetings on Thanksgiving and Christmas days as some of our foreign partners did not celebrate those holidays. Check it all out first."
"Honey, the politics are so vicious because the stakes are so low. Do not delude yourself about a "noble cause". There is no nobility here. Sadly, Health care is all about greed- doctors' greed, hospitals' greed, insurance greed, consultants greed, vendor greed.... So, do what you can and do not work twice as hard, or sacrifice the real life you have 'cause the good old/young guys will never really let you in. And, do not get seduced into attacking or otherwise growing at others' expense. Be kind."