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Read what Centene employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Centene has a culture and values rating of 3.5.

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3 English questions out of 3

24 January 2022

What is the company culture like at Centene?

Pros

Great benefits, a lot of work from home options, great communication between corporate and employees

Cons

Health insurance can be a little costly but benefits such as HSA contribution match can make up for it

Great benefits, a lot of work from home options, great communication between corporate and employees

24 January 2022

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1 October 2020

How was the interview at Centene?

Pros

High pay for entry level job

Cons

Interview process was quite long

Interview process was quite long

1 October 2020

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21 June 2022

What is the hiring process like at Centene?

Pros

Starting pay, remote work (which they were adamantly against until a chunk of the company pushed back), paid holidays

Cons

low raises, terrible bonuses, hiring process takes forever, bad leadership (directors and above fail to communicate with anyone below them or mislead them, leaving everyone out of the loop, executives push for constant increase in productivity even when profit goals are exceeded and then dodge questions about why raises are low).

Advice to Management

Pay your workers what they're actually worth, not what shareholders and executives think they're worth. Treat your workers like people and not machines. Try being transparent about policies instead of gaslighting and lying. Speed up the hiring process

low raises, terrible bonuses, hiring process takes forever, bad leadership (directors and above fail to communicate with anyone below them or mislead them, leaving everyone out of the loop, executives push for constant increase in productivity even when profit goals are exceeded and then dodge questions about why raises are low).

21 June 2022

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3 English questions out of 3

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