On average, employees at CIGNA give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest CIGNA employees are Senior Specialists submitting an average rating of 4.5 and Application Developers with a rating of 4.3.
"I have been with Cigna for 15 years and I love working here. You're supported, ethics is # 1 and growth opportunity is ample."
"I have worked for Cigna since 2002. Cigna values its employees. They are ethically strong and leadership is amazing. I have loved every position that I have held here."
"Cigna is a health payer company with truly good people who want to do the right thing. The company is very global and can present a difficult environment for effective communications across functional areas. Every meeting is conducted via phone and webex. This presents major challenges. To conduct any meeting can be a challenge and requires certain abilities even on a face to face basis."
"I contracted with Cigna and found it to be a good company to work for. I learned the home delivery business and was able to use this information at another healthcare facility."
"I am pretty much good with my current employment."
"I've worked with Cigna Healthcare Since 2012."
"I worked for Cigna for 7 years as a senior software developer. I have been exposed to most Microsoft technologies."
"I have worked with Cigna since January 2000. It is a strong company with great ethics and customer focus. I am fortunate to work with a great team with strong leadership. Cigna has more than 5000 employees located around the world."
"Great job with great pay."
"Great company with plenty of opportunities and great benefits."
"Been with the company almost four years. I've been fortunate enough to have great managers and promoted to resource planning. Overall a great company to work for. Convenience to work from home and efficient trainings and great opportunities to grow."
"Management is very poor. The company in Houston was originally called Gulf Quest which was a Mom & Pop type of business. They became Health Spring and merged with Cigna. The management was not prepared to transition into the corporate mentality. They required us to hang signs on our cubicles when going to the restroom and constantly badgered us about productivity instead of member satisfaction. I was never reprimanded for low productivity but morale was low. Managers were very inexperienced."
"I've had the opportunity to work with Cigna since 2011. This experience has allowed me to grow and mature in a client and consumer services perspective. There are many sites within the US and have expanded across the globe, Europe and Asia specifically."
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