Robert 10 days ago
I received a text message from a Campbell Dakota saying I was selected for an online interview via Yahoo messenger. This person said they found my resume on the ladders.com. I was given a Yahoo IM to add (email@example.com) and was told I was required to set up a yahoo account to complete the interview process. I have been a manager many times before and have always done a face to face interview or at the least a phone interview. Never have I been so unprofessional as to do an interview through an instant messenger. I am not sure if this is a legitimate job interview but I am 99% sure it is not. Unless someone knows something I don't. Any suggestions?
La_Princesa 3 months ago
Do you work at CIGNA? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
What a mess 4 months ago
What do you think -- is this company going to survive and thrive? Are they looking to expand their staff, or do you think layoffs are inevitable?
How does CIGNA stack up against the competition?
RJRA in Phoenix, Arizona 56 months ago
they have no respect for patient's privacy, there are HIPAA, violations everyday, sexual harrasment, discrimination, no respect for the patients, no support for the customer service people, I know I worked there...no wonder they been in business for over 200 hundred years and still the SMALLEST health care co in US, and the reason is...customer service and product is the worse...
La_Princesa in Illinois 66 months ago
I got a phone interview, and now they want me to come in for a customer service position. I'm wondering about this because they got back to me so fast. Does anyone know what kind of job this is? How's pay? I have a master,s experience,skills and don't want a job that pays bad.
abc in Pennsylvania 74 months ago
All health Insurance companies like Cigna care about is the BOTTOM LINE.$$$$$ Profit profit profit no matter WHAT they have to do to get it.
They are wasting health care dollars all around, cheating the patients and the physicians alike. I hear the doctors crying constantly, for Gods sake what about the poor patients. Shame on all of you, only thinking about yourselves, and the monetary rewards. What about these people who are suffering, and fighting for their lives.
Does this make any sense, or have we lost all sense and sanity? Lets really do some SOUL SREARCHING.
People such as Cigna auctually employ an army of people to keep you from getting care. Ask any physician what dollars are being wasted trying to get referals for treatment, that never materializes, and while these sick patients are waiting they could die, and they are suffering. Or ask anyone in need of care, who has had to battle for months to get it.
Would someone please tell me if a person needs to be followed by lets say an Oncologist. Why would they need to see a Gate keeper doctor pay a co pay, have Cigna pay that doctor, who has to get authoriziation from Cignas Case Manager or someone similar, pay that Case Manager.
Will someone for GOD SAKE wise up, and lets put an end to the abuse of Consumers, abuse of good physicians,
a total waste of our healthcare dollars, to let these people run to the bank with OUR MONEY needed for healthcare of sick people.
When will you all get it, peeople who are Well do not need a doctor. More dollars for the "PIGGY BANK"
Medicine is not a commodity that should be traded on the Stoock exchange, and nobody should benifit from healthcare dollars except patients and the physicians who are good and dedicate their life to treating them.
People wake up, sooner or later you will learn the name of the game. I hope that day it will not be too late.
My comments to this physician you were probably doing the best for your patients, and that is not be
Telco Central Region Employee in Pittston, Pennsylvania 75 months ago
Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at CIGNA?
Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?
What is a typical day in the life of an employee at CIGNA?
pam in Northford, Connecticut 76 months ago
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at CIGNA?
What do you like best about working at CIGNA? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
Diane Wyatt-Armstrong in Stuart, Florida 76 months ago
Over the next few months I'm looking into being proactive about my job. The company I work for was sold and we may be loosing our jobs. I've been thinking about following the trend and staying here in N.E. Pa and going to Cigna like a lot of my coworkers have done or moving to the S.E. Pa/DelMarVa area to apply at one of those offices there while I still have a job to fall back on. The offices I'm mainly looking at now are in Northern Delaware and Philly suburbs with the N.E.Pa offices also in the running. Anybody have any info to share on the company? Everybody thatâ€™s left where I am to go work in the N.E.Pa offices love it but Iâ€™m looking for more opinions. Willing to hear the good and the bad on it. Currently employed for a telephone/DSL company doing a few different jobs, looking mostly into a position as a C.P.A. Right now just looking for info on Cigna and the offices there, but anything would be appreciated.
Steven Burda in Feasterville Trevose, Pennsylvania 81 months ago
I had an internship at CIGNA... and I had a great time working there in 2002!