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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has a diversity rating of 4.3.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina?

17 English reviews out of 17

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2 February 2021

Pros

Individual contributors were great, plenty of teamwork. Steady pay

Cons

Company values diversity over expertise. No formalized training. Promotions based on diversity and cronyism, not expertise/talent. Epidemic level silos.

Promotions based on diversity and cronyism, not expertise/talent.

2 February 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Contractor)

25 January 2021

Pros

Family oriented, with a work-life balance and flexibility with a focus on diversity, human rights (women, LGBTQ, BIPOC) and learning. Great environment for intellectually curious, self-learners.

Cons

You have to be comfortable with change. There is constant change, but that is in most IT and healthcare related corporate jobs.

Advice to Management

There are projects where Agile frameworks such as Scrum (example: just in time planning) and Kanban would work well. Also, improvement is needed in holding teams accountable for scope and deadlines. Agile may help with this as far as empowering developers and teams to decide when something is done and to commit to focused timeboxing, so at least something is delivered, rather than nothing.

life balance and flexibility with a focus on diversity, human rights (women, LGBTQ, BIPOC) and learning.

25 January 2021

Reviewed by: Business Analyst in Durham, NC (Current Employee)

17 September 2020

Pros

Good benefits, work from home capability, and adequate vacation time.

Cons

Upward mobility can be difficult, more diversity and diverse leadership needed, high volume of work which can be stressful.

Advice to Management

Invest more into diverse employees

Upward mobility can be difficult, more diversity and diverse leadership needed, high volume of work which can be stressful.

17 September 2020

Reviewed by: Communications Specialist in Columbia, SC (Current Employee)

12 April 2020

Pros

Fair, advancement opportunities, good diversity

Cons

None. Fair employer. Good benefits.

Fair, advancement opportunities, good diversity

12 April 2020

Reviewed by: Bilingual Customer Service Representative in Durham, NC (Former Employee)

7 October 2021

Pros

Really tremendous diversity, respect amongst employees and company is dedicated to philanthropy.

Cons

IT Leadership is lacking. CIO and CTO have created a toxic culture, where there is very little empowerment, creativity or innovation. If contemplating joining the company - inquire about high levels of attrition, current C-level reporting structure and company strategy.

Advice to Management

CEO should find new Technology and Data leadership which will allow him to compete in a fairly competitive landscape.

Really tremendous diversity, respect amongst employees and company is dedicated to philanthropy.

7 October 2021

Reviewed by: Data and Analytics in Dayton, OH (Former Employee)

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