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  • "Great benefits and change to meet a lot of people from all over the place.(in 763 reviews)
  • "Flight benefits are great when it’s not the busy season and you can actually get a seat.(in 520 reviews)
  • "people are great and fun to be around.(in 286 reviews)
  • "The travel benefits are great Ability to transfer across departments can enhance skill set Very dedicated to DEI(in 271 reviews)
  • "Great coworkers and awesome to be part of United Family.(in 103 reviews)
  • "Poor management and mucho confusing(in 254 reviews)
  • "Low pay and you get hired for one job but don't get to do it for over three months(in 215 reviews)
  • "Long hours and the Union didn't give good support when you really needed it.(in 83 reviews)
  • "Upper management is also unwilling to appropriately compensate the engineering structure as a whole.(in 67 reviews)
  • "low salary for first few years(in 62 reviews)

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    1. 4.0
      Nov 12, 2009
      Former Employee
      Chicago, IL
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      The organization is full of extremely bright people. The culture promotes use of the amazing flight benefits and the hours are very manageable but vary by group. The organization is marketing and operations focused but finance plays a distinct role.


      Managers were hit and miss. Mine were good but others I worked with had very poor ones. Also, bonuses are unlikely as airlines are rarely profitable in the long term.

      1. 4.0
        Apr 13, 2016
        Senior Financial Analyst
        Current Employee, more than 1 year
        Chicago, IL
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        The company treats their employees really well considering my experience in other large corporations. The compensation is very fair and hours are not too bad (relative to other jobs I have had). Overall the company is (hopefully!) at a turning point and starting to improve its results with new leadership.


        There are a lot of layers of management that make the company pretty clumsy and frustrating sometimes. Also it seems that there is not a large amount of views and opinions when it comes to company or team strategy and the management is very top-down. Pretty much any way you measure it, United is currently the worst airline, which management needs to accept and fix much quicker than they seem to be. From within everything seems to be great, which is really a false sense of reality. Hoping Oscar will create that momentum.

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