I have worked at Anthem since Nov. of 2009 as a Training Specialist. I was hired to specifically train their HPRS (Health Program Representatives). When I started, they did not have a formal training program or materials. Over the past 7+ years, I have developed the training program, the materials, the revisions. I have trained new groups in Atlanta and the Phillippines as well as a new trainer hired in St. Louis to train HPRS. I have been instrumental in revising materials, updating the training program and right now we are in the process of "flipping" the cirriculum for the HPR training. Anthem was voted the #34 in the top 150 training organizations in Training Magazine last year partially for our work of flipped classrooms. Anthem has great benefits and takes very good care of the employees. There is a culture of advancement, diversity, educational opportunities, openess and creativity. There is a comfortable working environment and the opportunity to work at home 2 days a week.
Great benefits, free college degree to fulltime employees, good location, work/life balance, working at home
I am stuck in a role now that is hard to break away from, not much chance to do something different, challenge