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S. Smith in Corsicana, Texas

31 months ago

Jennifer in Las Vegas, Nevada said: Wow, you are so smart; do you get paid to be a virtual spell check? I didn't realize that correcting a strangers spelling was an actual job, you must get paid a lot of money. Do not correct someone's spelling, that is very rude and uncalled for, and honestly, who would want to hire YOU as an employee? I wouldn't want you in my office with an obvious lack of respect and bad attitude.

and then there is the grammar and sarcasm...I'd hate to talk with you on the telephone and I'd hate for you to be in charge of communicating my healthcare information. Spelling and grammar are important. That you become so defensive is testimony to the quality of individuals working with UHC. Take care and take an English class.

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S. Smith in Corsicana, Texas

31 months ago

Chanook in Glencoe, Missouri said: Amen. UHC has some serious issues to address in terms of how it trains, treats and recruits its employees but rather than deal with these in a fair way they monitor these boards and send out pat responses and send invitations to go to their sit. I would rather stick a red hot fire place poker in my eye sockets that work for this company again.

Excellent, I am VERY happy that I work for the competitor...

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S. Smith in Corsicana, Texas

31 months ago

mkm1222 in Tampa, Florida said: Do not believe the hype with Humana. I am employed there and everyone hates it..trust me. I am starting a new position with united health group because of the pay with my B.S. Humana is number 70 on the top 500 fortune companies and UHG is 22...big difference!!!!

Can you write an essay on what a Fortune 500 company's main objective is?

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George Homer in Tampa, Florida

31 months ago

I know who this UHC would hate to win the elections Mr.O I can't stand the slave masters CEOs at UHC so that is precisily who I will vote for. Existing preconditions covered, etc. Serve the people and cut those big profits. You get the drift.

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ag2012 in Houston, Texas

30 months ago

JustMe123 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee said: I read all these comments and more before taking a job with UHC 4 months ago. I tried to be positive thinking that only disgruntled people will come on here and complain and the others are too happy to even look for a site like this. The site where I work is as bad as everybody says.

We are implementing a huge contract with no project plan. It appears somebody put one together a year ago, but nobody follows it. Management does not know what it wants and constantly has employees dropping work halfway done to start on something else that will ultimately not get finished or used. Technical support is horrible - much worse than I have ever experienced.

I worked at another major insurance company before this one and thought it was the worst. At least the other one could stick to a plan. I have been in my profession for over 20 years, and I have just never seen a mess like this. My coworkers are all miserable as well.

As bad as the work environment is, there are a few benefits I like. For me the insurance is great. The premiums are much lower than what I paid before. The higher deductible doesn't bother me since I don't have to go to the doctor often. Actually it keeps me from running to the doctor when I don't really need to, which is really the purpose of the high deductible. Those who make less than $50,000 have very very low premiums. I would have liked that years ago. Another benefit is we all have laptops so we can work at home when the weather is bad, car won't start, etc.

Every site and job is different I'm sure, but the turnover where I am is very high and I can see why. However, with the bad economy and lack of jobs, it is a job where I can make the money I am used to making. I'll take it for now, but I don't see myself staying in this position longterm.

Did someone contact you through yahoo messenger for your job? Did you have to pay for your laptopand software?

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jor in Overland Park, Kansas

30 months ago

Glad to be unemployed in oldsmar, Florida said: Hello Justme123,

As you can now see, many of us are not disgruntled employees. This is one of the worst companies I have ever worked for. I suffered for almost 6 years trying to improve while they tore me down. It seems they do not know the meaning of running a successful organization. UHC is doing one of the worst jobs of keeping and retaining good employees and customers. They need to revamp their whole organization, starting with HRM and training ALL of their managers, supervisors, and those who think they are in charge, on how to follow through with anything they start. I worked for other health care organizations and by far UHC is the worst. Good luck to you. I hope you can hold out until you find something better.

I concur 100 percent. I worked in Maryland Heights, MO for just a few months for this horrible company. To begin with their were roaches in the training room and it had to be sprayed twice. Feces was found outside the room and was joked about by our trainer. (It was not even picked up for a few hours by housekeeping. I do not kid!!). I was harassed because I am an older worker by younger workers (illegal by the way) and the other trainees were loud, raucous and profane. The computers constantly crashed and the "trainers" seemed like they knew only a little more about the systems that we did. (I was more computer literate than the people training me.) Additionally, one trainer of mine joked one day about overhearing an employee speaking of killing "them all" while he was in the restroom. So I quit. But I did not receive UI because I quit even though my state provides an exception for granting benefits if the environment was unsafe (which it was), and hostile (which it was.) Worst job I have had by far in a long employment history.

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Cautiously Optomistic in San Antonio, Texas

29 months ago

jon jay in san antonio, Texas said: Just got hired in San Antonio for Cust Serv Rep. It is for vision or dental . I haven't seen a single coment out of SA, does anyone know what it's like to work at this facility?

Jon Jay, two months have passed. Can you tell us about your experiences in San Antonio?

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Leary in Wellsville, New York

28 months ago

ag2012 in Houston, Texas said: Did someone contact you through yahoo messenger for your job? Did you have to pay for your laptopand software?

I too received the same yahoo IM with an offer to purchase software at $312 via Western Union purchase. I told them I was very leary as to this kind of purchase. Did you purchase anything via Western Union? If so, how did it go? Did you receive what you purchased in the time alloted?

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Me in Chicago, Illinois

28 months ago

No. They do not make you pay anything for software. They provide you with the computer even.

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Leary in Wellsville, New York

28 months ago

Me in Chicago, Illinois said: No. They do not make you pay anything for software. They provide you with the computer even.

They are making me pay for the software upfront, to be reimbursed with my first paycheck.

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LifesBestWork in Plymouth, Minnesota

28 months ago

Leary in Wellsville, New York said: They are making me pay for the software upfront, to be reimbursed with my first paycheck.

Please note that UnitedHealth Group will never ask you to buy any computer or software upfront before starting a job at UnitedHealth Group. Any request to do so by anyone is not a employee or representative of UnitedHealthGroup and you should consider this a scam. All e-mails from UnitedHealth Group will come from a uhg.com e-mail address. Please visit our website to seach for and apply for jobs directly. Thanks!

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Me in Chicago, Illinois

28 months ago

Leary in Wellsville, New York said: They are making me pay for the software upfront, to be reimbursed with my first paycheck.

Then is a scam. UHC does not do that.

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Leary in Wellsville, New York

28 months ago

LifesBestWork in Plymouth, Minnesota said: Please note that UnitedHealth Group will never ask you to buy any computer or software upfront before starting a job at UnitedHealth Group. Any request to do so by anyone is not a employee or representative of UnitedHealthGroup and you should consider this a scam. All e-mails from UnitedHealth Group will come from a uhg.com e-mail address. Please visit our website to seach for and apply for jobs directly. Thanks!

Thank you for clarifying this! I will not move forward with this scam. Below is the email I received from them:

United Healthcare <email@unitedhealthc.com>

9:59 AM (11 hours ago)

to me

Dear Applicant,

Your resume on ( www.christianjobs.com ) has been reviewed and forwarded to the Head of Operation (United Healthcare) and you have been considered and scheduled for an online interview to discuss more about the job position of a Data Entry Clerk, Accounting Clerk Bookkeeper, Accounting Executive, Clerical Administrator, Payroll, or Medical Biller Position that you are to occupy. You are required to set up a yahoo messenger account or download a Yahoo IM (messenger.yahoo.com/download/) on your desktop if you don't have one. After this process. you are to add Mrs Ronnica Armour on her Yahoo IM, email is ( uhcdesk@yahoo.com ) to your yahoo buddy list ASAP for the job briefing and comprehensive details. She is online waiting to talk to you ASAP.

Time: ASAP
Venue: On line Via Yahoo Messenger
Training is Available
Human Resources
Your swift and timely response matters a lot in this beneficial position.

Best Regard

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PShea53 in Green Bay, Wisconsin

28 months ago

She's right. This person, "LifesBestWork in Plymouth" = Minnetonka's poor cousin, Minnesota, employed by UHC to, (among other things) monitor this site and all the bad things that may be said about UHC (endless), is totally correct. UHC, as petty as they are, would never do anything that low rent petty. Believe me, as someone who took a lot of their stuff unflinchingly (I was the last remaining member of my training class. Few can stand the pressure cooker atmosphere engendered here), they're gonna get you in a lot of other and more important and oppressive ways than money - should you be unlucky enough to be hired, god help ya.

UHC is Social Corporate Darwinism in action: If you get hired, you better be with the UHC program (such as it is) 100%, or you'll be taught what survival of the fittest is all about. Suffice it to say that I had 15 years in a company that they took over, and that could not save me from the management's capricious nature coupled wit a heavy firing hand. Do you think that it will save you? If you have any othe prospects, go uith that, I'm imploring you, for your own good!

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angelaavalos13 in Chandler, Arizona

27 months ago

DATA ENTRY
Profound Health

I found this ad here in indeed.com... please be carefull is a total scam, they will contact you via e-mail and ask you to open a yahoo account for an interview.. they can give you a link of a suppose company it can be Cigna Inc, or Partners group or any other company I was contact for 2 HR managers hr_johnkissel@yahoo.com, or erni_marcel@yahoo.com and almost at the end of the interview they start asking me for my bank name, I did not gave that information and as a magic trick, the got discconected. PLEASE BE CAREFULL

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jon jay in san antonio, Texas

27 months ago

Cautiously Optomistic in San Antonio, Texas said: Jon Jay, two months have passed. Can you tell us about your experiences in San Antonio?

My experience here has been a good one thus far. The training was a little sub par but I'm a quick learner so I picked it up quickly. My sup has been very helpful and there is a positive vibe at this location.

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MaryAnneinFl in Orlando, Florida

26 months ago

Jennifer in Las Vegas, Nevada said: Wow, you are so smart; do you get paid to be a virtual spell check? I didn't realize that correcting a strangers spelling was an actual job, you must get paid a lot of money. Do not correct someone's spelling, that is very rude and uncalled for, and honestly, who would want to hire YOU as an employee? I wouldn't want you in my office with an obvious lack of respect and bad attitude.

S. Smith in Corsicana, Texas said: and then there is the grammar and sarcasm...I'd hate to talk with you on the telephone and I'd hate for you to be in charge of communicating my healthcare information. Spelling and grammar are important. That you become so defensive is testimony to the quality of individuals working with UHC. Take care and take an English class.

Bravo S. Smith.

Take note of the top quote to whom S. Smith was replying. Especially take note if you are thinking of applying to this travesty of a company.

"Jennifer in Las Vegas" is the typical barely-educated suckup you may be working for--someone who has nothing on the ball and filled with an inflated sense of their importance. A typical UHC "leader." Probably admires Paris Hilton too.

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Random in Manchester, New Hampshire

26 months ago

shelly89 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania said: They do a complete FBI check. You will need to have a clean background with no felonies, DUIS, etc. They also do a consumer credit check. It's a waste of time to apply without a clean background on the local and federal level. In this type of job you are dealing with clients personal info. They were hiring in Oldsmar as of last week. Check their website if you are still interested.

This is not entirely true. You can have items. It is all about being honest with your recruiter.

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Justified in San Antonio, Texas

26 months ago

Here in Tennessee said: You would think a company of this size could manage projects better - but then maybe their problem is they have grown too large. I have never seen such an unorganized mess.

Not only have they grown too large but they have incompetent leadership!!!!!

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Justified in San Antonio, Texas

26 months ago

mkm1222 in Tampa, Florida said: Do not believe the hype with Humana. I am employed there and everyone hates it..trust me. I am starting a new position with united health group because of the pay with my B.S. Humana is number 70 on the top 500 fortune companies and UHG is 22...big difference!!!!

Be careful what you wish for......

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

26 months ago

Hi HealthInnovations, a United HealthCare subsidiary
Just received alerts that the company is looking for many Hearing Instrument Specialists.
The field of Audiology requires a Clinical Doctorate degree. Hi healthinnovations recognizes that it cannot get any reputable, qualified ,degreed Audiologists; therefore,Hearing Instrument Specialists with their H.S. degree and state test are being sought to push their cheap, inadequate devices. Hmmmmmm.....don't think that will work either!

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email4kh in North Carolina

26 months ago

Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota said: Hi HealthInnovations, a United HealthCare subsidiary
Just received alerts that the company is looking for many Hearing Instrument Specialists.
The field of Audiology requires a Clinical Doctorate degree. Hi healthinnovations recognizes that it cannot get any reputable, qualified ,degreed Audiologists; therefore,Hearing Instrument Specialists with their H.S. degree and state test are being sought to push their cheap, inadequate devices. Hmmmmmm.....don't think that will work either!

Not every position in the field of audiology requires a Doctorate. Could it be UHC simply doesn't want to hire and pay somebody with a doctorate a doctorate salary for a job that doesn't require one? hmmmmmmm.......

Sounds like somebody might regret that they wasted time obtaining a degree before investigating the demand for employees with that degree.

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

26 months ago

email4kh in North Carolina said: Not every position in the field of audiology requires a Doctorate. Could it be UHC simply doesn't want to hire and pay somebody with a doctorate a doctorate salary for a job that doesn't require one? hmmmmmmm.......

Sounds like somebody might regret that they wasted time obtaining a degree before investigating the demand for employees with that degree.

Apparently email4kh has been drinking the haterade!
UHC simply doesn't want to pay someone with a doctorate degree ....exactly! They need less educated individuals who can be easily manipulated because those lesser educated individuals are much more vulnerable in today's economic climate.
Kind regards,
The Hearing Doctor

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email4kh in North Carolina

26 months ago

Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota said: Apparently email4kh has been drinking the haterade!
UHC simply doesn't want to pay someone with a doctorate degree ....exactly! They need less educated individuals who can be easily manipulated because those lesser educated individuals are much more vulnerable in today's economic climate.
Kind regards,
The Hearing Doctor

Apparently, The Hearing Doctor is upset that she got an advanced degree in a field for which there's little demand for labor that requires an advanced degree.

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VictorZ in Saint Louis, Missouri

26 months ago

I can't speak for the person you are attacking so viciously but for my own experience UHC is a filthy, unprofessional company whose management model is abysmal. They don't value or utilize properly the workers they do employ. I worked for this jack-holes in St. Louis. You obviously are a company person - probably one of their "managers" towing the company line. The vast number of responses in this thread and from others I have known who worked at UHC are negative. Why don't you go back to your UHC bosses and take this as constructive criticism instead of blindly towing the company line and attacking anyone who sees its faults. That's my humble opinion darling.

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email4kh in North Carolina

26 months ago

VictorZ in Saint Louis, Missouri said: I can't speak for the person you are attacking so viciously but for my own experience UHC is a filthy, unprofessional company whose management model is abysmal. They don't value or utilize properly the workers they do employ. I worked for this jack-holes in St. Louis. You obviously are a company person - probably one of their "managers" towing the company line. The vast number of responses in this thread and from others I have known who worked at UHC are negative. Why don't you go back to your UHC bosses and take this as constructive criticism instead of blindly towing the company line and attacking anyone who sees its faults. That's my humble opinion darling.

You seem to think you know things about me.
Well, you know what they say about assumptions, and, in this case, darling, it's true.

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

25 months ago

email4kh thinks I am upset for earning an advanced degree for which he/she thinks there is little demand.
This forum is on indeed.com
Type Audiologist into the search bar. Surprise! There aren't enough Audiologists.....we can call our own shots. The schools aren't able to produce enough in a timely manner.
The world is our(Audiologists) oyster!
email4kh obviously has the hand of a UHC/hi healthinnovations leader up her behind...she/he is only reciting what she/he has been trained to say.
These are the kinds of mindless individuals UHC holds onto. Go figure!
@ VictorZ- you have my respect kind sir! email4kh is clueless...just pray for her/him.

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email4kh in North Carolina

25 months ago

Not enough people with Doctorates in Audiology, yet you're whining about one company that's not hiring people with those degrees to do work that only requires a high school diploma.
Good try, but it doesn't quite add up, does it?
BTW, somebody who's as clearly as hateful as you are can keep your prayers.

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

25 months ago

@email4kh in North Carolina
You clearly have missed the point. I gave my opinion about UHC.
You read my opinion and decided to spout your misery at me.
I am not whining...I am expressing an opinion about an organization.You attempted to make it personal by attacking me.
You are clearly undereducated and underemployed. Venture out of that small box you're in and gain a broader view of the world. Otherwise, organizations like UHC will continue to take advantage of you.
BTW, you can stand to take all the prayer anyone offers you!!!!!

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email4kh in North Carolina

25 months ago

Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota said: @email4kh in North Carolina
You clearly have missed the point. I gave my opinion about UHC.
You read my opinion and decided to spout your misery at me.
I am not whining...I am expressing an opinion about an organization.You attempted to make it personal by attacking me.
You are clearly undereducated and underemployed. Venture out of that small box you're in and gain a broader view of the world. Otherwise, organizations like UHC will continue to take advantage of you.
BTW, you can stand to take all the prayer anyone offers you!!!!!

"Underemployed" means that someone is working in a job for which they are overqualified. For example, someone with a doctorate who is doing a job for which only a high school diploma is required would be considered underemployed.

People who know how well-educated I am are laughing at you.

Here's an ironic one for a judgemental audiologist:
Proverbs 28:9: He that turns away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be abomination.

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

25 months ago

email4kh in North Carolina said: "Underemployed" means that someone is working in a job for which they are overqualified. For example, someone with a doctorate who is doing a job for which only a high school diploma is required would be considered underemployed.

People who know how well-educated I am are laughing at you.

Here's an ironic one for a judgemental audiologist:
Proverbs 28:9: He that turns away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be abomination.

Once again, the personal attacks persist. The thread is regarding UHC as an organization. I believe they are laughing at you because you are clearly obsessed with me.

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Nota"doctor" in Clearwater, Florida

25 months ago

Sue, I wonder how ENTs would refer to your "Doctor" title? From what I understand, they view it as a little less than how you obviously view Hearing Specialists. Just so readers are clear, earning a "Doctorate" in Audiology could've been obtained totally online in 12months after a Master's Degree. You might want to be careful who you look down on going forward.

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Sue_A in Minnetonka, Minnesota

25 months ago

Just when I thought the thread would get back on topic.....Not a "doctor" and email4KH have formed an alliance. Beautiful.
Earning a doctorate online in 12 months after a Master's Degree. Yes maybe some have done that but that is after the Bachelor's then the Master's and onward to the Doctorate. I don't understand your point.

The ENTs I have worked with in the past have regarded my title with respect just as they respect the Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Physical Therapy,and Doctor of Optometry.Many specialties have transitioned to a Doctor title.

I might want to be careful who I look down on going forward....because?

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mammiesue9

25 months ago

i worked for them in Alabama for 8 yrs and we had to do that.

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Tanya in Jacksonville, Florida

24 months ago

Hi guys, I have an onsite assessment tomorrow in jax fl can anyone tell me how it is i have read the comments here, has anything changed

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job_seeker in Independence, Missouri

23 months ago

I've never worked for UHC, but I'm in the application process. I have no idea what the work environment is like, however, I've worked for a few different call centers. Expect any call center job to tell you what time you can go to the bathroom (and how long), when you can go to lunch, etc. It's the nature of the environment. It seems silly and dictatorial, but it's actually a necessity. Having one person off of their schedule can really put a lot of calls in que and therefore put more stress on all of your coworkers. If this isn't the right environment for you, then customer service-with any employer-probably isn't a good fit.

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Bigva in Roanoke, Virginia

22 months ago

round55 in Compton, California said: I worked there in 2008 on a temp assignment, and it was not bad like everyone is saying i have been scheduled for a face to face interview and assessment test also, your test is tomrrow would you let me know just what the test is like please? good luck

Did they end your assignment when you where on temp or did they give you an option of temp to perm

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Bigva in Roanoke, Virginia

22 months ago

Have anybody worked through a temp company and got hired on permanently after working through temp agency.

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Bigva in Roanoke, Virginia

22 months ago

Greater Than in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Hi! We conduct background checks on anyone that is offered a position at UnitedHealth Group. Please be honest and upfront with your recruiter and they will work with you to determine what information in your past is relevant. Thanks!

How far do they go back on background checks?

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MeganMD in Roanoke, Virginia

20 months ago

I have an interview for a customer service supervisor position in Roanoke, VA tomorrow. Anyone have any ideas on pay for this position? Also, what is the likely hood of a decent schedule? This first interview is a phone interview, what is that like? Thanks!!

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gearsgrinding in High Point, North Carolina

20 months ago

I am set up for a 3rd interview next week and was told to be prepared to stay for 2hrs. Does anyone know what this hours will consist of because I have had 40min interview the 1st time, then about 15min interview the 2nd time. Is it testing or is this the time an offer is made and paperwork is signed. The position is in Elkridge, MD.

Thanks for your help!

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Trying in Rockford, Illinois

18 months ago

I applied for an Customer Service position in the Rockford IL office Sept 29th. Completed assessment, phone interview with recruiter and a face to face interview with hiring manager on October 3rd. Still today Oct 16th my profile still says interviewing. I am assuming I did not get the job, I did chat with a recruiter that stated I am still under consideration. I just don't like the face to just be left hanging after so long. If the company is not interested I think they should let someone know so that we do not keep our lives hanging on to nothing. Has anyone experience this same thing when applying and what could be taking so long, they only need 3 people.

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jon jay in san antonio, Texas

18 months ago

Trying in Rockford, Illinois said: I applied for an Customer Service position in the Rockford IL office Sept 29th. Completed assessment, phone interview with recruiter and a face to face interview with hiring manager on October 3rd. Still today Oct 16th my profile still says interviewing. I am assuming I did not get the job, I did chat with a recruiter that stated I am still under consideration. I just don't like the face to just be left hanging after so long. If the company is not interested I think they should let someone know so that we do not keep our lives hanging on to nothing. Has anyone experience this same thing when applying and what could be taking so long, they only need 3 people.

My whole process took almost 2 months. 2 interviews in the first and then a month of waiting. The background check takes some time.

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tryingintexas in Houston, Texas

18 months ago

My process hasn't been too long. Just the online assessment, phone interview and then two interviews with two different departments. I am in the background check and drug testing phase. I took my drug test yesterday. I thank GOD they are moving the Houston office to Sugarland. The Houston office was in one of the most dangerous areas of the city. I've been given a start date for training and hope this background check runs smoothly.

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worryandsad in Miami, Florida

18 months ago

SCAMMMMMMMMM!!!! VERY bad company to work, they assign you toooooo many cases, toooo much documentation.....No body ( management) knows what are they doing.........Its a SCAM...they are always hiring because people as soon they found out leave!!!!!!!!! If you have a job and got hired don't leave your job thinking this is a good company!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Confused101 in Pasadena, California

17 months ago

Hello: I got hired with UHG OptumRx in Cypress CA. They told me I was a backup and I will get a call before or on the day of the training class procession: it's been two days since training class started but no call. I tired to call my recruiter but with no success. I'm reduced to leaving constant voicemails with hope someone will contact me with any info or update. What is sad is that, I gave my two weeks noticed to my other employer when I received a letter from UHG congratulating me of being hired. It was a week later that they informed me I am a backup for the training class. Therefore, leaving me unemployed for the moment with no direction. I don't know what to do...any advice beside look else where? I am looking elsewhere for employment but anything I can do to get a call back or even contact the person who interviewed me?

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mstoi in Detroit, Michigan

15 months ago

Did anyone have to purchase software for this

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Former employee in San Antonio, Texas

15 months ago

I just left the company after being on the floor for 8 months. I chose UHC because of a chance for advancement aftrr making a decision to leave a small company I workex for for 7 years. One of the biggest mistakes I have ever made. Completely unorganized, if you have to transfer someone to another department then it takes 10 minutes just to find the right number. Then once you think you got it, you get the same response, oh no you have to transfer them here, or there, a 5 minute call turns into a 30 minute call just trying to find the right department. Supervisors do not know what is going on, the sme's dont know whats going on either. Since day 1 on the floor there was no help at all. Our call center is at the bottom in performance and there were talks of closing it when they open the one in Houston. Might just bd the right thing to do.

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semiartistic in Hagerstown, Maryland

15 months ago

I worked for UHC from '04 until '06. Granted, I initially hired on with MAMSI, and UHC bought them out shortly after. I actually had no qualms with the company at all - but I should mention I worked in claims and didn't have to deal with the call center stuff. The only reason I left was because I moved and there wasn't a location near where I relocated to. I'm starting back up with the company on February 10th. I have done the call center environment a lot since then, and I do have to say that ALL call centers are very strict about when you go "not ready," when you log out, etc. That's not unique to UHC.

My interview process was quick, actually. I applied on a Friday, got a call on Monday to schedule a phone interview for Tuesday. Interviewed on Tuesday and got a call for a face to face, which was scheduled for Wednesday. Did my face to face, and they told me it could take up to two weeks to hear back because they were just starting to interview and they needed to hire 12 candidates. But I ended up hearing back the Monday after I interviewed with the offer. I already did the drug test and background check, and I received the email letting me know all was clear for me to start as scheduled. Not too bad at all!

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me in Albany, New York

15 months ago

how far back do they go on the background check

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