Customer service advocate. (Former Employee) – Kingston, NY – July 25, 2016
Pay and benefits were decent. The expectations from management were very unrealistic and difficult to achieve. They are not afraid to fire you if you don't meet goals. Difficult to get time off approved. Mandatory overtime since they were so short staffed because they can't keep up with employee turnover.
Pay was decent.
Poor work/life balance. Difficult to achieve expectations.
Claims Processor (Current Employee) – Davenport, IA – July 23, 2016
United Healthcare gives its employees a very flexible work schedule which is perfect for the average busy person. You have multiple advancement opportunities and leaders who push you towards your wanted goals.
The company could do a better job of ensuring their employees pay is commensurate with the market rate. Employees benefits could be a lot better. What I love most about my job is that I have a lot of flexibility and can work from home as I see fit. The organization as a whole really promotes working remote.
Working Remote, Good Corporate Ethics, Stock Options, 401k
Sr. IT Project Manager (Current Employee) – Remote – July 22, 2016
UHG is a great place to work with remote working and flexibility. There are lot of potential opportunities in various technologies, management and business operations. The culture is very diversified, which is another great aspect of UHG.
Associate Director of Business Analysis (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – July 21, 2016
UHC was an excellent company to work for. I was able to grow my career while working with awesome teams. While working for UHC, I had the opportunity to travel to different offices and work with various teams face to face. Senior management offered guidance when necessary which was always appreciated.
Sr. Provider Relations Representative (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 20, 2016
United Healthcare is a great company to work for. There a a lot of opportunities to advance. They offer decent benefits and incentive programs. I love working here and really would like to stay. My advice to future candidates is make sure you and your manager are aware of your value as an employee. It is very easy to get lost in United Healthcare because it is a large company with very talented employees.
Provider Service Representative (Former Employee) – Oldsmar, FL – July 18, 2016
a company with a horrible work force unit supervisors who either don't care about their employees, and only their numbers or supervisors who just don't care anymore and are collecting a paycheck. working with out of country people is horrible because of a language barrier how rude they are and the fact that they have all patient information is sad. They promised work at home with in a year... that doesn't happen. the "requirements" constantly change so that you cant leave or promote unless you start kissing supervisors or threaten to quit, that is when you get what you want. There were some supervisors who genuinely cared about you and your mental state at work.. different rules for different people was the norm. I had quite a few great co workers, but this particular office does not care about people only numbers.
I'm currently a temp, so having a contract with an end date means no security. Also being a temp, I don't receive benefits. As for work life balance, it's great, the only complaint I have is my commute. Management is easy to approach, it is a great and supportive environment.