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I keep getting offers for the assessment and I take them but I can't seem to get hired. I have over 4 years of experience in call center and in health insurance. Any advise? I would love to be apart of UHG

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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: http://bit.ly/2dS4mHg

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This place is not worth that kind of effort trust me. Apply to a higher up role or if you really want to do yourself a favor a different company. Management sucks right on up to the top.

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I would simply stop trying and try to get into a stable environment even if the pay is a little lower if it offers job stability because there is no stability and longevity here

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UHG is not a place you want to take a chance on. They may not use lay offs but they terminate on a whim - if I knew I would be shamed for an error I would never taken the job with them. Fear and shame are not management strategies..I have no idea what they are thinking when they treat their employees this way.

Answered - Benefit Advocate (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC

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A good referral from an internal source would help you.

Answered - Customer Service Representative/Call Center (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL

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I would contact the HR department and speak with a representative

Answered - Utilization Review Nurse (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Call the UHG HR line and ask to speak to someone about your application

Answered - Utilization Review Nurse (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Hard company to get into

Answered - Accounting Analyst (Former Employee) - Hamden, CT

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Don't give up! it may be as simple as, no training class available in your area at this time. It is a very long tedious process, but eventually, your persistence will pay off.

Answered - Provider Care Resolution Specialist (Current Employee) - Springfield, MO

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Resume has to be on point. If you a
do well on the test the next thing is the recruiter looks at is your resume.

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