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They wanted someone to come in, do the job, and go home. It wasn't right for me. I was a single mom with a child with severe medical issues. My attendance wasn't great and I was out a lot. Not really Anthems fault though. But they make taking time off next to impossible and even if you request it, they will deny it for silly reasons. Seriously, if you just want to work a ton and not have a social life, Anthem is calling for you.
Free lunches and snacks, great benefits, Dental is awesome
Minimal manager support, a 'get over it' attitude, no work home life balance
Anthem is a very good company to work with. I really enjoyed working here. Team is very supportive. Managers interact very informally thru team lunch very often. Frequent high level meeting the team enables everyone to know the strategy and how to orient our efforts further
Difficult times....challenging work. Understaffed. Lots of belittling for experiences nurses. Concern for money more than staff. Unrealistic expectations
Work from home
No work life balance here . Salary here is working all hours. Unreasonable expectations
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While overall the company pays well and has great benefits, the culture of the sales team misses the mark. I don't feel they have the customer's best interest in mind when selling the product.
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Sales Practices, Good Old Boy Culture
Anthem is a great place to work. The work-life balance is fantastic, the management supportive, the culture is one of diversity and inclusion. The pay is not the best but far from the worst. The benefits are amazing, though, and make up for any lack of cash in hand. There is plenty of opportunity for growth with the company but you have to show you want it. You have to work hard, you have to meet your goals, and you have to actually show up and be on time.Seriously, as long as you show up on time, and you apply yourself at the job there is no reason why you would not do well. You have the opportunity to gain new skills so you can advance or even transfer to other departments. When the Pandemic hit, they were quick to mobilize us home so we could continue to work while remaining safe. They actually do care about their employees mental and physical well being as well as their job satisfaction. Of course, like any job you have to meet expectations. You have to put forth effort in order to benefit from the work. For those not afraid to apply themselves, the sky's the limits. For those who barely want to show up, it probably won't be for you.It is a call center with all that entails. That isn't a job for everyone, of course. I've seen a few who refused to apply themselves cry about favorites but you get that everywhere.
I am just going to say they are a company that is all about numbers I had to put in my two weeks and the same day I did so I got all my access denied I was unable to fulfill my last two weeks and get my last check all because I couldn’t make 80-100 calls a day like they don’t care about you as a employee your very much so replaceable.
A typical day would include Scrum ceremonies, removing impediments of team, planning and managing releases, and meeting with other Scrum Masters for resource and work planning. Often times there is either too much or not enough work per our resources. The company has tried to embrace Agile but after a few years cut corners on training and implementing DevOps and ultimately team personnel. The company does embrace diversity at the non-management level.
Good compensation, work/life balance
Company culture is regressive. Decision-making is centralized. Little prospects for advancement
I learned a lot from this company about health insurance. It's a good place to get your foot in the door to expand later on. I was laid off due to the claims director taking on to big of a contract. If you get employed here, keep it for the experience!
Great place to make connections and room for growth. Senior Leadership can lack transparency but most middle management are very transparent, supportive of their associates. However, they are going through a reduction in force (I'm a recent victim.) in the project management teams, etc.
Remote, training available, room to grow
recent reduction in force, Senior Leadership have become focused on costs and not people of late.
This company has its ups and downs like any other Employer. Your main focus should be coming in to work, doing your jovlb, then leaving at the end of the day. Anything else is irrelevant.
It's ok to work here
Managment could be better in leadership.