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  • "Flexible work from home policy (but it was never 'official' so I felt like it could go away at any moment.)(in 930 reviews)
  • "good benefits and not much else(in 837 reviews)
  • "Work life balance is good and you do receive alot of leeway(in 742 reviews)
  • "The pay was good and co(in 740 reviews)
  • "Great people to work with who all share a mission in improving healthcare and thinking analytically.(in 525 reviews)
  • "Management is poor and ineffective.(in 699 reviews)
  • "At least the good managers I've worked for believed that and it seemed to work for them... until they were run out.(in 310 reviews)
  • "Little and poor training.(in 262 reviews)
  • "Upper management is poor with a lot of VPs burning budgets and acting as dead weight.(in 212 reviews)
  • "We have literally begged Senior Leadership for more help to reduce caseloads and improve compliance.(in 208 reviews)

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Updated Sep 27, 2023

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    1. 2.0
      Feb 27, 2021
      Quality Review Nurse
      Current Employee, more than 5 years
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      The only pro to working here is that you can add it to your resume and possible work from home.


      I worked in two different departments in this company and they all play favorites. People that were there for less than two years get higher positions just because of who they know. It's ridiculous! Also, a lot of micromanagement wherever you move to. It's all about numbers and not the members or the work and time you put in. They think you are a robot. No work-life balance whatsoever!

      1. 2.0
        Sep 18, 2008
        Former Employee
        Los Angeles, CA
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        UHG/UHC is flexible with employee work hours and allows employees to work remotely (from home). It's great to be able to flex your schedule arounddd rush hour and work from home as needed.


        1) Communication within the company is poor. Senior management tries to give the "appearance" of communication, but there is no trickle down of communication by department management. 2) Employees are not valued-they are treated like a commodity. Creativity and competency are not encouraged. 3) The company's ethics are questionable.

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