Health Educator who loved her job but no room for advancement
HEALTH EDUCATOR (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 2, 2018
Cigna fosters a happy work environment and takes great care of you as an employee via financial compensation, paid time off, somewhat flexible schedules, and having a gym on site (Norterra campus). Some managers were better than others, I was lucky to have 2 great ones during the 4 years I worked there! Not everyone got annual bonuses but I was fortunate. My only qualms were that I was never promoted to team lead and never allowed to work completely at home (I had one week WAH every 5-6 weeks). What finally lead me to quit was that they started micro-managing hard core. I needed more autonomy in my life. They were paying people with Master's degrees to do the jobs of high-school graduates. I mean, we were getting good money to do it, but it made no sense to me. When I started in 2011 it was the perfect job. When I quit in 2015, not so much and my ex-colleagues say it hasn't really changed.
on-site gym, great pay, some WAH opportunities
difficult to get promoted