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Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation, United States on Nov 20th, 2019
"good office culture, sometimes have to stay late. can be challenging "
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation, United States on Jul 12th, 2019
"As a customer service representative you will not experience anything close to a good quality of life at this company unless you are constantly kissing up to someone. The health insurance benefits are laughable for a company that is in the health insurance business.There are far better places to work."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation, United States on Jun 3rd, 2019
"It is based off of numbers, if you are in call, there are no exceptions - you will be pointed (based off of a point system with a max of 10 before you are disciplined) if you have to leave or miss."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation, United States on May 10th, 2019
"Be sure that you don't need any time off for any reason during the traditional school year."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Mar 18th, 2019
"I would tell them to give them a chance as they are working to do more"
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Oct 3rd, 2018
"On the surface Cigna talks about diversity but there really isn't any when it comes to equal pay and promotion. Men are always seen as having more input than women, even when it is clear the woman has done all the work. "
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Sep 11th, 2018
"Major gender pay gap issues. Women are hired at a lower rate than men. Raises given to women are 0% to 3%, average raises given to men are 2% to 6%. Female staff share this info with coworkers and family but are afraid to report it due to the far of job loss."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Dec 28th, 2017
"The culture is very family oriented - meetings are often moved to accommodate family obligations"
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Nov 26th, 2017
"It is a fair place to work for currently I believe."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Jul 22nd, 2017
"It's great for college graduates. But if, like me, you've worked to care for your family and do not have a degree, there's very little opportunity for advancement. Job experience and life experience are both valuable."
Anonymous shared this review of CIGNA Corporation on Dec 20th, 2016
"I would highly recommend working here. No complaints or gripes, Enjoyed my time there."
"The health insurance benefits are not what you'd expect from a health insurance company. The overall benefits package is subpar. The company does not care about work-life balance. During a departmental meeting the work-life balance working group said they renamed themselves the work-life harmony working group because balance didn't exist. Disheartening."
"Like I said, I do feel like women are judged for becoming pregnant and taking leave. The women I have met in higher-up management positions do not have children, and I think that can speak volumes. Of course, it may be of their own choosing. Mothers may not want high-stress management positions. Upon hire, I was unsure who I would be answering to, and one guy that I thought was one of my bosses mentioned how that because our clinic was all-women, we might need to pass out "chocolate and Xanax." I thought this was very offensive, but he is not a person I'd respect anyways, and I feel like if I brought it to someone's attention, he would be properly disciplined. However, there is no way to address it without several knowing who brought it up, and I'm afraid I would be negatively impacted. It's easier just to let it go, especially because I found out he really does not have much involvement in the management of my job."
"Very supportive company"
"WORKING FROM HOME IS A BENEFIT BUT NOT IF YOU HAVE TO WORK 10-12 HR DAYS. PROMOTIONS ARE NOT ALWAYS BASED ON WORK/TALENT. ALOT OF MEN ARE TAKING MID MANAGEMENT POSITIONS NOT WOMEN."
"It is very demanding no matter what department you are in and if you do not start at the highest pay rate possible you will never reach it. O and always CYA!!!(cover your ass)"
"The glass ceiling is ever strong and ever present, despite the majority of onshore employees being present, and despite a few (very few) visible female faces at the senior management level. Especially in IT."