Humana Employees - page 2
I have recently applied for a position with Humana. I have read a lot of negative comments on glass door from previous employees, but not much information on RNs that work for Humana. Can anyone give... Read More
0Oct 30, '12 by a_raineyI am considering a position as a Humana Cares Manager. I have a few additional questions for you, Rntr. Can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ?
0Dec 13, '12 by RNwabestHi Cindy, I know this post has been a while, but can you please tell me which company you worked for. I'm looking for family friendly place. working from home is my dream at least for now to stay with my kids. Any advice will be appreciated.
0Dec 27, '12 by amylou85I have put in for several positions and receive the automated letter that my resume is being reviewed, and then like the next day I get a letter thanking me for my interest, but the position has been filled. Makes me think they are filling the positions before they post them.
0Jun 26, '13 by lovelygirlI did training videos for the care manager without my interview yet, I'm kinda nervous any advice? There's so much negativity with Humana.
1Jul 7, '13 by kmbtigerDid any of you ladies ever get the job as a Humana Cares Case Manager? I have my first interview tomorrow and just wondering if this job will fit with my family life. I have 3 small children, my oldest starts Kindergarten in the fall and the other 2 will go to a part-time program 9-230 3 days a week. Just wondering if working from home, is really working from home? I have over 12 years of nursing experience. I would like to be able to get my oldest off the bus everyday and then go get the other 2. Just wondering how flexible the hours really are?
0Sep 25, '13 by JeannetteMonteroHi I am currently looking to work as a case manager with Humana also. Did you get your questions answered. Are you working with them?
0Sep 26, '13 by renkatI was wondering how your interview went with Humana, if you took the position and if there really is flexibility. I'm in the same situation as you, 3 children that are involved in a lot of activities. I'm considering a position with Humana but need to be sure that I would have the opportunity to be there for my kids activities, have flexibility for appointments, etc. I'd appreciate any feedback you could give me. Thank you.
0Oct 14, '13 by bakelaI have had a phone interview with Humana for a RN Cares Manager position. I have the video interview coming up in a few days. I have read the previous comments but am wondering if any of you took the job and how is it? I am a school nurse right now so I am very concerned about leaving this job since I have read many negative comments. Thanks!
0Oct 15, '13 by tddnurses76I have been working for Humana for 3 years and I love it! I had 10 years of floor nursing experience though so this might not be a job to accelerate your skills if you are a brand new nurse!
0Oct 16, '13 by Butterfly80RNBakela-How did your interview go? I have my video interview Friday. I'm nervous and excited to try something new.
Tddnurses- Are you a case manager? If so, do you find you caseload manageable?
1Oct 18, '13 by dbzillionI hope you're still checking this website. I have an offer from Humana. I'm currently working as a case manager for United Healthcare, which means my "customer" is not the patient, but Walmart. They care very little about their employees so we have minimal resources to offer them, and we cannot keep the cases open for long because, to Walmart, it's all about the number of people we contact. My offer is a bit less than I'm making now, but my current job is so stressful (And I have to commute!) that over half the team has quit, including two managers. I'm one of the top 2 performers, so I'm not afraid of meeting metrics.
Here are my questions:
1. I can't seem to get benefit information so I can crunch numbers to compare my current salary to the one they offered, Any idea how I can find benefit info so I can compare apples to apples?
2. Do I get to keep the same patients for a while? I like to keep people once we have a relationship.
3. My current job is VERY stressful, as my caseload is >600 due to half the team quitting. Non-clinical people at Walmart micro-manage our jobs with demands that make no sense clinically.
4. I don't mind call monitoring or work tracking, as I work very hard and have nothing to hide. Is the call monitoring used for constructive teaching?
5. If you are a high performer, do you get raises or bonuses?
6. Is there a sense of community among the nurses working from home? Are they supportive of each other?
7. Are the metrics hard to reach? Do you feel he need to work extra hours to meet them?
Thanks so much in advance for any advice you can offer!
1Oct 24, '13 by RN In FL, ASN, RNQuote from Cindy SI work for Humana, I feel they micro manage for the position to be salaried. Feels like I punch a clock. I put in wayyyyyy more hrs and get less "comp time" but I guess that's my fault. I like doing a good jobthanks chica,
i have worked from my home as a case manager for about 4 years and love it. how is the flexability with humana? do they tend to micro manage? that is what i have read. i currently have a job that lets me adjust my hours as needed and is very family friendly. thanks so much for your response. i have applied for a position that is on-site and work from home combined. i'm feeling a little isolated working from home every day.