UnitedHealth Group Careers and Employment
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- CEOSir Andrew Witty
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
What would you say about your employer?
The first interview is a phone interview and the second interview is face to face with the hiring manager. The experience I had was kind of weird because the hiring manager didnt want to hire me the when he laid eyes on me. In the interview he told me all of the negative things about the position, rather than trying to sell the position. When I received a email a couple of days later stated I was no longer consider, it was surprising. I was told from the recruiter the office had openings meaning one, But later I was told it was only one position. The position is still open. My interview experience was weird.
About past experiences, just be ready to answer questions that pertain to your ability to bill and multi task.
Are you easily angered? How would you deal with a angry customer? How will you deal with a large workload in a fast paced environment? Tell me about a time you went above and beyond what was required of you? Tell me two good qualities about yourself?
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- Work from homeExplore work from home during COVID-19, remote work support and work-life balance.
- COVID-19 responseExplore leadership during COVID-19, working conditions and WFH support.
- articleWhat’s it like working at UnitedHealth Group?Published on May 24, 2021
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