Sam Edit Adjuster (Former Employee) – Telecommuter ny – August 15, 2014
Hard to feel like a important part of the company. Hours were flexible... It was required to work minumum 10 hours a week overtime for 6 years then it was all pulled away. Company's answer was you shouldn't depend on overtime...
PTO time was good
felt like just a number that you could be easily replaceds
Senior Process Analyst (Current Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – December 5, 2016
I have been fortunate to work for UHG for 10 years. In that time I have been able to work in many different departments under a variety of leaders. I would recommend anyone to look at UHG for they offer a wide array of jobs; some that one would not expect to be offered in health insurance. Strong leadership team with vision for the future head the organization and have set the pace for a strong company for year to come.
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Product Specialist (Current Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – December 5, 2016
Great place to work to build experience in healthcare. There is continuous change and growth, that can make it challenging but fun. Develop skills quickly such as time, priority and project management.
QA Analyst (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 3, 2016
I have learned so much working with United Health Group starting 2015. I has been a great experience so far. Typically, on a daily basis my work consisted of doing QA testing using QC and automation testing. My co-workers and managers are extremely supportive nd helpful. I enjoy testing, and working in a QA environment. I am hoping to advance my career further and looking forward to get more experiences from potential companies I am applying for.
Licensed Insurance Producer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 30, 2016
It is an ok place to work. There is nothing spectacular to say, you log on the computer, you work, you go to lunch, you log back in, you work some more, you log out and go home. You come back the next day and you do the same thing. The end.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 30, 2016
no cell phones on the floor you have to lock away your purses and cell phones in a locker and you can not use paper at all on the call center floor. it is like you are in jail. however it pays the bills.
Military Service Representative - Telecommute (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 29, 2016
Good culture of people, the training for the position was really bad. Did not cover anything that we actually do; so not prepared once we got started. Very punitive in nature regarding these issues. Employee accumulates "defects" for items they were not trained on; they call it a "coaching opportunity".
Provider Service Representative (Former Employee) – Oldsmar, FL – November 27, 2016
UHC Oldsmar is all about your call numbers not about its' employees.Management at best is very young with no experience. It's a good old boy network and if they like you your are not written up with below standard numbers or the days you miss don't count toward your attendance. If you like being a robot this JOB is for you.... If you don't kiss a** you will not be in the click!