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OptumHealth, Inc. Reviews
What is it like working at OptumHealth, Inc.?
Telecommunications Engineer in Atlanta:
My company was acquired and I have yet had the opportunity to move into any other company because of the lack of collaboration and other reasons. This company’s agenda seems to be acquire and outsource all technology positions.
Communications Manager in St. Paul:
Pros: Great company, benefits are getting better and great opportunity for growth and development
Cons: Pay isn’t fair across the board, if you’re brought in way under the pay grade minimum, it’s almost impossible to ever catch up.
"Research Associates support Pharmaceutical Epidemiology studies."
Research Associate (Unspecified Type) in Boston:
Pros: I like working on important public health projects.
Cons: I feel that I am expected to do much for the amount that I am paid.
Data Scientist in Overland Park:
Pros: Freedom to develop
Cons: Decision makers only trust the math they can understand, which isn't a lot
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Marion:
Pros: Helping our patients
"Great Pay/Job/Company. Bad work/like balance."
Software Engineer in Minneapolis:
Cons: Work life balance isn't even a metric here, seriously. They say if you have a problem to bring it up with your manager. You better really like your job because you're gonna be doing it 50-65 hours a week. Some people get lucky and have normal positions, but I'd say 33% have it rough.
Behavioral Health Specialist in Oceanside:
Pros: Work from home
Cons: Work from home