Questions and Answers about UnitedHealth Group

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Remember that it takes a team to be successful, thus making the work more enjoyable for the employees. You are expected to go over and beyond, which is not a problem, but it becomes a problem when you are not given recognition.


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It would be excellent if contract workers were referred to HR for any permanent job opportunities with the company.

Answered - Clinical Quality Specialist (Former Employee) - Remote/Work at Home

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Stop treating employees like second class citizens. There's no respect for employees and there's no compassion for them either. Oh, and quit micromanaging. I don't know which high paid executive thinks this is an effective way to run a business. Do a little research on just how damaging micromanaging is to any business.


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Improve on employee satisfaction

Answered - Service Account Manager (Current Employee) - Overland Park, KS

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Anonymous review of supervisors by their staff, so you get the truth.

Answered - Jr. Project Manager (Current Employee) - Orange County, CA

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Provide more incentives to call center reps, make position less robotic with scripting, and more PTO.

Answered - Enrollment Specialist (Current Employee) - Georgia

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Better training of new employees. Provide better screening and training of first level managers. Provide cultural and sensitivity training for managers. Use mentors that are qualified and experienced.

Answered - Senior Recovery/Resolutions Analyst (Former Employee) - Franklin, TN

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Work well with employee adjusting there schedule

Answered - Non-License Health Agent (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL

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Stop making pilot programs that actually are excelling in KPI's and close them down

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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Offer more in pay and better chances for advancement

Answered - Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX

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