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30+ days ago

Data Analytics and Reporting Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Washington, DC

• Define the right questions and stakeholder information needs and requirements • Collect, clean, process, and analyze data related to enterprise… UnitedHealth Group


8 days ago

Reporting Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Wausau, WI +4 locations

• Reporting in the areas of plan analysis, population health, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Health and Wellness, risk profiling and… UnitedHealth Group


30+ days ago

Reporting Analyst - SAS Developer

UnitedHealth Group Santa Ana, CA

We'll put you in the driver's seat on vital projects that have strategic importance to our mission of helping people lead healthier lives. Yes, we… UnitedHealth Group


1 day ago

Business Analyst, Federal Reporting – new

UnitedHealth Group Indianapolis, IN

As a Business Analyst, you will be the main liaison between the state of Indiana Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA) and the Data… UnitedHealth Group


30+ days ago

Report Analyst - Telecommuter

UnitedHealth Group Eden Prairie, MN

We are a technical team of skilled and fun developers, and we are looking for another great Report Analyst to join… UnitedHealth Group


15 days ago

Senior Reporting Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Minneapolis, MN +10 locations

Energize your career with one of Healthcare's fastest growing companies. You dream of a great career with a great company - where you can make… UnitedHealth Group


17 days ago

SAS Reporting Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Santa Ana, CA

You're empowered to do your best! Use your operational analytical skills to design/develop, program, maintain and publish reports. Make solid… UnitedHealth Group


25 days ago

Reporting - Business Analyst Coordinator

UnitedHealth Group Costa Mesa, CA

• Troubleshoot and drive resolution for systems and user issues • Document processes and procedures; Steps for importing • Ability to follow… UnitedHealth Group


2 days ago

Associate Reporting Analyst – new

UnitedHealth Group Green Bay, WI +4 locations

• Conducting research on causes of mis-payments of claims • Accessing SharePoint and claims databases to retrieve claims information to determine… UnitedHealth Group


30+ days ago

Financial Reporting Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Santa Ana, CA

Energize your career with one of Healthcare's fastest growing companies. You dream of a great career with a great company - where you can make… UnitedHealth Group


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    Nice place to work if you can stomach the ethics

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    Former Employee - Associate Director in Minnetonka, MN
    Former Employee - Associate Director in Minnetonka, MN

    I worked at UnitedHealth Group full-time (more than 3 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    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.

    Cons

    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.

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