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Well, it depends on what team you work for. My time is “managed” through a system to see when I sign in and out and I cannot leave until that exactly 7:30pm on the dot. “Salary” employee monitored like hourly clocking in and out. Also, if you need a shift change, hope you don’t work for a specific team because you won’t get it for quite a while, if you’re on 11-7:30, you’re stuck there.

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Yes! Customer Service Advocate (Chattanooga, TN)

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I was fired after 15 yrs with Cigna due to a dip in my performance I tried to advise my manager of having issues at home with domestic violence but was coldly told if I didn't improve within 3 months I would be terminated. I was in the process of getting my partner out to make a better life for myself when I was told I was terminated. My advise would be to have more information on domestic violence when it comes to your employees sometimes that's the only thing they have is their job and I truly enjoyed mine and it was the last thing I had that was all mine. Now I am losing everything because I cannot get hired anywhere because i had been fired.

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I submitted resume online over weekend and rcvd email to interview..by end of week rcvd job offer

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The pay was fair and no frequent raises.

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I'm not sure but I would do amazing at one of them too.

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