Awful if you're a temp.
Pros: cool co-workers
Cons: management, everything else
While I loved my coworkers, and some of the claims managers we helped support, the company overall was awful to work for.
Since you're a temp, you are not allowed to participate in any company functions. Oh? The office cafeteria isn't open today because the entire office is going to lunch? You aren't! Hope you packed a lunch that day!
If you do your work, and help other people with theirs, there is no reward. People there that don't do their job, are late or no call no show still have jobs there. Management is a joke.
Oh, you applied for a job with Cigna! Figure, you're a temp there, you know how the company runs right? Too bad. You don't get any feedback on your interview or anything. Because even though you are there every day doing work at Cigna, you're a temp. And you're treated as an outsider. Because you aren't a real employee. Hopefully your name gets pulled out of a hat that day so you get a job.
And working overtime? You still get straight pay.No time and a half pay for you.
And depending on what temp agency you're with, you get paid differently. The pay ranges anywhere from $11.25 - $12.50. It's ridiculous.
And they'll never tell you if the position is going to made permanent. (It's not.) They just keep talking about how upper management is still debating on it. You'll be there for over a year as a temp with no benefits.
It's a good job to have it you're looking for a real job but still need money.