"Worked for Aetna from February 2013 to November 2019. Great company, lower management, including my direct superior was very poor in qualification, not adequately experienced, and was cruel and unforgiving. They way management responded was to shame me. There is no support for me, with the exception of upper level management whom wouldn’t dare talk to about another employee."
"I am Certified mule soft developer also I have been doing as mule soft developer over 3 years I was designing and developing various interfaces for the product function with MuleSoft AnyPoint platform."
"I’ve worked for Aetna since 2013. It’s a fair company that provides strong growth opportunities."
"There is lots of room for growth."
"I worked for this company for 10 years and it is a great company with excellent growth potential."
"I have worked for Aetna Better Health since 2016 ad they have excellent benefits for FT employees. With the acquisition by CVS their has been a lot of changes in policy, procedures, and upper management."
"I've worked for Aetna for a year (since December 2018) and I have learned much about the company. Aetna is a billion-dollar company that emphasizes the importance of showing appreciation and empathizing with our members. Quality customer service is something I take away from my experience with Aetna."
"They love me at my work place, Because I'm very hard working and a team player too,Always looking out for problem to be solved and my recommendation is always welcome .even when it is put of scope they find it relevant. we operation an open door policy , we can approach our superior/manage when we are not clear about issue."
"I worked at Aetna for 11 years. It was a good company to work for. I learned a lot."
"Aetna is good company ,I can recommend to anyone.Culture is good,Working environment ,technologies adopting is good"
"I have worked at Aetna as both a utilization managment nurse and as a quality and compliance auditor. I am looking to take my skill set and move up to a managerial role. Highly organized and wick learner. Green belt in sigma six."
"I worked at Aetna for 4 years in product development. They are generally a good company with good pay and decent benefits. They have a problem communicating between corporate needs and local teams, and it is easy to feel lost there. They talk a lot about innovation and disruption, but its a 150-year-old company and it really feels like that most days."
"Aetna is a good company to work for in terms of compensation and fair leadership. They do, however, lack the culture to keep up technologically, as much of the healthcare industry does. Much of the work could be automated, yet antiquated and manual processes are favored here."
"I have worked for Aetna for 2 years now and the job is about being passionate to help people."
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