Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Happiness rating is 67 out of 100
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Tunde Sotunde
    86%
    approve of Dr. Tunde Sotunde's performance
  • Founded
    1933
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $5B to $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Insurance
  • Headquarters
    Durham, NC
  • Link
    Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 762 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Program Manager in Durham, NC
on March 22, 2022
There is a lot of opportunity for movement within the company. There are training opportunities available. Many positions are permanent WFH due to pandemic.
Senior Clinical Pharmacist in Durham, NC
on July 23, 2022
The HR department really knows how to treat employees and has all kinds of programs and perks in place to make it a great place to work. Examples: comparatively great salary and benefits, raises, organizational structure is clear, yearly training is fairly common sense and well done, change is communicated well, lots of perks like discounts on fitness memberships and equipment.
Consultant | Business & Systems Analyst in Durham, NC
on June 30, 2022
During my tenure the company an industry leader and advanced their technology on an ongoing basis. As a contractor I was fortunate to be assigned to a variety of projects.
Financial Recove in North Carolina
on March 21, 2022
Overall, the company is a great. They reward hard-work and promotes advancement. I have learned so much will working here and I utilized the career advancement learning classes and programs that were offered. However, the department, well team, wasn't a good fit for me. I felt like my team leader was blocking my growth which had an impact on my view of the overall company.
Business Intelligence Developer/Analyst in Remote
on February 18, 2022
If I could rate management a zero stars I would. No real focus on meetings and tasks. Lack tasks and jobs to do. A lot of meetings without achievement of a strategic purpose. Poor access and delay to tools and server names needed to work. Denied access to tools as a contractor to work and do tasks. Why hire ppl onboard if you don't have access to all the tools needed for them to work, unheard of. Favoritism and clicks are in this place and they don't value ppl who actually want to work and bring and share ideas. Team work and job culture horrible. Contractors are treated like dirt no benefits or health insurance. Lack of respect for others. Blue cross is a company just like Red cross that has been around for many years with a target goal of helping people. People in leadership and management are really giving Blue cross a bad/damaging reputation. If you continue like this might end up with lawsuits! Get rid of Leaders who are not fit to be managers; give feedback on work files and check on teamwork. A lot of ppl seasonal, have been wrongfully pushed out.If you want to grow with your talent and be a part of a team, this is not the place.

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Interview insights

Insights from 86 Indeed users who have interviewed with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Situational.... event.... detail.... outcome of whatever situation...

Shared on May 11, 2020

They were all behavior type questions like give me an example when you when you went above and and beyond your job requirements? Give us an example when you were confronted by and employee and how did you handle the situation?

Shared on October 30, 2018

Why do you feel your a good candidate for this position? With over 10 years of customer service experience I know how important it is to satisfy our customers. Our customer's are our business and we should strive to resolve the issues the first time. Never give a customer homework. It's our job to make sure all concerns are resolved.

Shared on September 25, 2017

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