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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Culture FAQ

Read what Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has a culture and values rating of 4.1.

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3 February 2022

What is the company culture like at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina?

Pros

Great benefits and company culture

Cons

Typical corporate culture and politics

Great benefits and company culture

3 February 2022

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1 July 2021

What is the hiring process like at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina?

Pros

Getting laid off was the best part.

Cons

During the hiring process through temp agencies, upper management lies and says that they are converting people to being permanent but that never happens. Some employees have been temporary over a year. That’s not become they don’t deserve it but blue cross will use you and hold you to metrics as permanent employees but never actually hire permanently. Just a bunch of false hope And overworking to still be treated as 3rd woods citizens.

Advice to Management

Learn better soft skills, actually know the job and stop lying about permanent conversion.

During the hiring process through temp agencies, upper management lies and says that they are converting people to being permanent but that never happens.

1 July 2021

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