UnitedHealth Group – Arlington, VA
Energize your career with one of Healthcare's fastest growing companies. You dream of a great career with a great company â where you can make… UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealth Group – Washington, DC
UnitedHealth Group's (UHG) Center for Health Reform & Modernization (the Center) conducts research, policy, and data analysis on key health care… UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealth Group – Reston, VA
of the Medical Director in the absence of the Medical Director or under the direction of the Medical Director for specific locations. The Associate… UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealth Group – Columbia, MD
• Serve as the liaison to the state regulators for all clinical based requests and provide a government focused clinical presence for existing and… UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealth Group – Elkridge, MD
-Responsible for multiple projects simultaneously. These will be projects involved in updating and consolidating functionality in various systems… UnitedHealth Group
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I worked at UnitedHealth Group full-time (More than 3 years)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
I'm a bit torn on which way this review should go. I had a lot of positive of experiences at UnitedHealth and was offered a lot of opportunities including merit based promotions. In my division at least, we looked internally for talent and promoted within. Work life balance was respected quite a bit as well. There were definitely 60+ hour weeks, but to offset that, it was not an issue to run out in the middle of the day for a school event or what not. Pay and benefits were on the average to slightly above side of things for the Minneapolis area. I also worked with a very talented group of people which is not always the norm at previous companies.
My main issue with UnitedHealth was their willingness to use someone up until they're done and toss them out. As a manager/director I went through a couple rounds of layoffs which seemed to be a good way to get rid of the squeaky wheel, not necessarily dead weight. Towards the end of my tenure I became that squeaky wheel because of the unethical work I saw going on and it was obvious I was on the way out.
Advice to Management
I am not sure I am qualified to offer much advice to a juggernaut that is rolling along in the market. I would just encourage them to not just talk about a positive culture, but make sure it's happening.