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13 days ago

Senior QA Team Lead - Data Warehouse

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

As a Senior QA Team Lead - Data Warehouse, you will work as a part of a dynamic team involved in testing for new systems and enhancements of existing… UnitedHealth Group

16 days ago

Pharmacy Service Specialist

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT +2 locations

include acting as the liaison and primary resource to Internal and/or External clients and Internal departments for all Client-related matters… UnitedHealth Group

15 days ago

Senior Software Implementation Specialist

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

There's no better time to bring your software engineering career to the health care industry. You take pride in designing and developing solutions… UnitedHealth Group

3 days ago

Senior Administrative Assistant

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

• Manage calendars, coordinate travel both domestic and international, prepare expense reports • Interact with individuals at all levels of the… UnitedHealth Group

25 days ago

Quality Manager - Data Warehousing

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

will include: • Coordinate, supervise and is accountable for the daily activities on-shore off-shore activities of business support, technical or… UnitedHealth Group

15 days ago

Senior IT Business Analyst

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

As a key member of the Analyst team, you will be part of UnitedHealth Group's mission of helping people live healthier lives. As an Reimbursemen… UnitedHealth Group

1 day ago

ETL Developer – new

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

• Designing, coding, testing, debugging, documenting and supporting all types of applications consistent with established specifications and business… UnitedHealth Group

20 days ago

Business Architect

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

Widely regarded as innovators and thought leaders, our executive team has served in key administration roles, on the boards of national and… UnitedHealth Group

1 day ago

Hadoop Sr Developer Lead Architect – new

UnitedHealth Group Rocky Hill, CT

• Provide end to end Hadoop development solution. Develop Hadoop architectural approach to meet key business objectives • Must have excellent… UnitedHealth Group

2 days ago

Senior Underwriting Consultant, National Accounts – new

UnitedHealth Group Hartford, CT

The Senior Underwriting Consultant, National Accounts will analyze health benefit plan characteristics and assess risks as to frequency and potential… UnitedHealth Group

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    Optum: Well organized, very smart people, good environment; Disadvantages of Corporate.

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    Former Employee - Data Manager in Rocky Hill, CT
    Former Employee - Data Manager in Rocky Hill, CT

    I worked at UnitedHealth Group full-time (more than 5 years)


    The company is well organized,focused on process and training improvements, and has one of the most intelligent groups of people I have ever worked with.

    They also have one of the premier healthcare analytics products available, though it is unclear with Obamacare's mandated coverage how important this will continue to be.


    With that said the culture is one of hard, high-quality work; and relatively comparatively ego-less support of coworkers toward the best outcome for the customer. In my 7 years there I could always find this or that little thing to complain about; but I was always treated with respect and there was never a time when I saw someone try to cast blame, or put someone down for other's benefit. That safety may not be ubiquitous throughout the company; but was certainly widespread in my working area. There was also a large push last year to focus of people keeping working hours at 40, which greatly benefited work life balance

    Pay, and PTO seem about standard for the industry, and the industry is undervalued as a whole. Improving pay/benefits would make it easier for the company to keep top tier people. I worked remotely, and found that remote workers were not utilized fully or given the same opportunities in the company... Some of that may be endemic to the situation, but is still a major weakness.

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    The part of the company where I worked also goes thru a reorganization and often layoffs -- which catch a lot of really good workers -- about every 10 to 16 months, often just as people finally get settled into the new processes, so these re-orgs cause a lot of wasted time and effort, and damages employee trust in upper management.
    It also tends to push people into thinking that if something doesn't work really well; just stick it out as the problem will be re-organized away after awhile, rather than them working harder and pushing back to make it work better.

    The biggest areas that management needs to improve (aside from the typical pay / PTO / total compensation): There need to be fewer re-orgs; and rather than ramping up staffing then doing mass layoffs (which causes a lot of good people to leave in itself); the company should hire more slowly and take the effort to go thru the processes of culling, say, the lowest 10% performers individually, if that is the strategy they choose; they should also find and stick with an organizational strategy that works, then tweaking at the edges to make that work better.

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