5001 to 10000 Employees
Blue Cross and Blue Shield ...
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I really enjoyed working for this company. Had I been hired outside of the temp agency I'd still be there. Nice peaceful workplace
Great Company to have worked for.
The company overall appears to treat men and women equally. However, despite having a healthy balance of men and women in leadership positions, strong female voices are actively discouraged. Women who lead do so under the direction of men, which is maddening. But being coy, persistent, sugarcoating things, and smiling often help get females what we need.
I love working here because they treat employees as people not just numbers, or even just workers. They actively strive to hire diversely and that definitely includes women (of all color and creeds!)
This company and the position were perfect for an entry level medical billing and coding graduate. I would recommend this place over and over again for anyone who just wants to get there foot in the door in the healthcare insurance industry. I loved every minute of working there but unfortunately it didn't last very long due to their extremely strict and unorganized attendance policy. I am going to try and reapply because I liked it that much.
This is such a great place to work, with the upper management being equally diverse in women and men in the higher postitions. My peers are helpful and easygoing, and enjoyable to be around. Not to mention the benefits are great!
Even the worst male employees always do well and are promoted. The company also times bathroom breaks, allowing for two minutes worth of "personal break" if you are on the phones, if you go over it leads to write-ups, disciplinary action then termination. I had to get on Depo Provera to stop my period or risk losing my job due to menstruation. And at one point the CEO was a women.
In an office of 800 people with someonwthing like 90% being female you would find it hard to complain about the female-friendliness. Except majority of the males that do qork there are in higher positions or experience advancement faster than the females. This was frustrating because when you applied for a higher position and a male applied too, you could pretty much jnow they wpuld choose the male over the females.
Although run by a woman our company lacks movement in its ranks.
They care nothing for their employees. They take away vacation and sick days and do attendance policy changes mid year and everything in their power to fire employees. They are a garbage company.
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