Questions and Answers about UnitedHealth Group Hiring Process

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The length of the process can vary depending on the role and how many applicants apply for the position. If you would like to learn more about the hiring process at UnitedHealth Group, check this out.

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The interview process varies about function and the responsibilities of the role you are applying for. Our Careers website has some helpful information about the interview process in addition to tools that may help you prepare for your interview at UnitedHealth Group: Good luck!

Annie W., Talent Community Manager, UnitedHealth Group

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After you submit your application and complete required qualifying questions (or an assessment where applicable), our system will generate an automated email response to you confirming receipt of your application.

NOTE: Some mail servers automatically parse messages from unknown sources to spam or junk mail folders. Please check these folders to ensure you receive confirmation of your application. To help avoid this in the future, simply add our company address to your safe senders list or contacts.

At this time, our recruiters take great care to match qualified candidates for each position to be reviewed by our hiring managers.

This process can take several days or several weeks depending on applicant volume. As a Fortune 14, employer of choice, we receive thousands of applications every day and ask that you remain patient during this time. For a better understanding of our hiring process, check out this link:

During the process, you can easily get updates on the status of your application. Here is a short video that shows you how to check on your application:

You can also follow up with our recruiters every week by joining our recruiter chat option for times and how to join, click here:

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No I've had three DUIs in the past it was hard to be honest but I knew about the background check be open be honest also mine were several years ago! Admit your fault and that you have changed they definitely believe in second chancesđŸ˜˜


The training period depends entirely on the position, but yes you will be compensated.

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Great question! You can speak to our recruiters during our weekly chat hours! This is a great way to get feedback on your specific applications and assessments. Here is a link:

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It is part of "the game" they play to lure people to come work there. It is dis say the least.


Horrible. Not job focused.


The specific benefits will vary based on the position. I would suggest that you reach out to your hiring manager to see how this benefit could change as you progress on your career path.

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