"Had a great working relationship with the management."
"I worked with Wellpoint Inc since 2007. It is an excellent company with almost 40,000 employees. It provides a stable work environment with very good work/life balance."
"WellPoint is a health benefits company. They are ranked as one of the largest health benefit companies offering network-based managed health care plans to employers, individuals, and seniors.The goal was to implement a web-based payment interface to allow a member to view and pay their monthly bill online using a credit card/check. I was kept on and extended to be part of the team that helped with Phase 2, which was to implement paperless billing. This was a huge project, impacting multiple systems on front end and on the backend."
"Worked at Wellpoint for over 20 years and was able to move up from a lower level to an executive level during that time. Focus and direction were an issue but with the new CEO, Joe Swedish, those seem to be improving. Mergers and layoff's are common and happen frequently."
"WellPoint, a leading health insurance plan, has acquired numerous companies over the past decade and is also an independent licensee of Blue Cross Blue Shield Association in 14 States. As a manager supporting the Senior Reporting and Analytics Department, I focus on delivering critical and complex reporting and analytical projects to WellPoint business, Senior Management, and the Federal reporting requirements, handle multi-million $ projects comprising 15-30 technical resources and business personnel's, and durations ranging between 6-18 months over the last 6 years."
"Each department is different. If there is an established structure and project tracking system then it is a good place to work."
"Ok job, fairly easy, check out the temp agencies before choosing one, some pay more."
"Good experience. Helped me grow."
"I've worked with Wellpoint for 15+ years, the pay and benefits are good but the bureaucracy and outsourcing have made it a challenging environment to move up."
"Good company overall. I worked in the Government Business Division. Felt like we were doing a good thing - the work mattered because we were helping less-fortunate people get healthcare. However, the good was outweighed by a management culture that was too much high-school politics and cliques in management. Competent coworkers and relaxed atmosphere are good. Lots of stealing credit for work by management."
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