flowersinmay 2 days ago
There is validity to the negative postings regarding Humana's culture. I have been with Humana for over 10 years and the politics have prepared me to RUN THE WORLD! The most political enviroment I have ever seen. The key to success is developing strategic relationships in a field of land mines! I am bound by the golden handcuffs, but I definitely am disgusted at how we treat people! It is disgraceful!
anon 28 days ago
I got a call on Wednesday from a recruiter, he asked me some questions and then said something along the lines of he is going to forward my information to the hiring manager and they are hoping to do face to face interviews next week. I'm just curious how slow of a process the hiring area can be at Humana? Should I be concerned that I haven't had a call to set up an interview time yet?
StillWaitingForAnInterview 1 month ago
Do you work at Humana? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Laughing 1 month ago
Absolutely positively the WORST culture that I've every been exposed to in my entire career. The business is a joke! If you are having problems with your manager, hr is a joke! Some of the most horrible people I have ever been exposed to ever. IF you take a job at Humana, you will eventually regret it.
The work environment at Humana is so bad that other companies tell you that they won't count it against you that you worked for Humana. Anyone in the know in Metro Louisville WON'T work for them!
Girlie 2 months ago
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Humana?
What do you like best about working at Humana? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
Dee Ann 3 months ago
I've read several comments about Humana and how great of a company to work for and then how bad they are to their employess. I on the end of the bad. My record is completely unblemished, my attendance is WELL above average(had 1 absence due to breaking my leg), my production was improving each month since i started in January. I wasn't there long enough to get awards because i was fired on some made up lies. I talked to highly about this company that Humana outsourced to(Rightsource) I was in their Order Entry department in Springdale, Ohio. I was telling people i knew to see if they can get hired because they were still hiring and i even told friends on Facebook. So when i was fired on some bogus made-up story it really hurt.
My schedule was 8-4:30 Tues.- Sat but i always worked 5am to 4:30 weekly. I enjoyed my job this place is the only job where i looked forward to going to work. This job was my 2nd home and it was just 10 minutes from my house so after reading all the negative comments i do believe everything that i've read. I was a dedicated and loyal employee but that didn't matter to them. So anyone thinking of working for Humana or Rightsource please reconsider your options unless you like being talked down to or being used and abuse then this the company for you!!!!
Curious 7 months ago
I summarized this discussion without bias and I have a Question for you to answer.
I'm interviewing for actuarial analyst position on Friday. So far, I have seen many negative comments on this company. Other than Aaron (whom I question his identity), most negative comments come from sales personnel, tele marketing, and people with a bad interviewing company. What about other roles? (please do not only quote Aaron, I have already seen it)
After my phone interview, I did notice that the pace of the company has a fast pace, but their agent was never the less very friendly. (I spoke to Ms. Woodley btw) I worked as an HR assistant in a large company before, and take my word, it's not as relaxing as you may think. At this point, I have to say that I look forward to a challenging and fast paced environment. However, I do have a little doubt in my mind. Can any you tell me, without bias, how bad is the office politics? (I'm especially looking forward to hear the answer from Mable, Aaron, and loving Humana)
A Rain in Cincinnati, Ohio 16 months ago
I've applied for several nursing positions with Humana. I enjoy case management/utilization review aspects of the nursing world, though I've never worked for an insurance company. Any other RNs out there interviewed/worked for Humana who can give me pointers on the process & other "what to expect"?
Susie6189 in Jonesborough, Tennessee 24 months ago
Just curious if anyone has any experience with relocation assistance if selected to a position several hours away, but in the same state (or in another state?) Nothing that fits is available in my current area and the openings are very few; looking to relocate.
crystal in Ypsilanti, Michigan 25 months ago
Does anyone know the starting salary for the Sale Account Coordinator- enrollment position with Humana Lancaster, SC.... Just had my phone interview I feel that is went really well but im a little concerned with my salary expectations; I told her I currently made around $30,000 a year an im looking for something a that pays a more than that....too low, too high?