Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield Careers and Employment
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- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
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I enjoy the company. The area can have a big effect on whether it is a good job or awful. Mostly good jobs.Benefits are better than most.I don't want to include anymore detail.
Project Manager in Little Rock, AR
on May 20, 2021
Worked there over 20 years. Loved the other employees. Good group of folks. Benefits were outstanding. I have since retired and still have excellent benefits.
Financial Analyst and Customer Service with insurance in Little Rock, AR
on April 2, 2021
I worked there for two years and it is the worst. People are treated like numbers. Specifically in the call center. Managers are unprofessional and if you make one manager mad they all gang up on you. HR is a joke.
Anonymous in Little Rock, AR
on March 21, 2021
Working here is not worth your mental health. They do not pay enough for the workload you handle and information you need to know. There is no upward growth. They hardly hire from within in higher positions. If you start in customer service you will likely be stuck in customer service until you quit.
Customer Service Representative in Little Rock, AR
on January 26, 2021
BCBS can be a great place to work if you are under an understanding supervisor. The benefits are amazing and the pay is top notch. There is a lot of micro managing. This place does not have a high turnover rate, they like to take all the proper steps before letting someone go. Working as a Health Care Advisor can be stressful and tedious, but take time for yourself. Don’t get on upper managements bad side or they will watch your every move.
Health Care Advisor in Little Rock, AR
on September 24, 2020
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