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UnitedHealth Group Reviews
Associate Business Analyst in Scottsdale:
The pay is so low that when I was laid off and went to a new role in the same field salary increased by almost 50%. Also, I was laid off with two weeks notice after being at the company almost five years.
Very demanding and stressful work. Poor work life balance. Spread to thin, lack of help and support.
Business Operations Director in San Diego:
Pros: Interesting and I am able to drive my group as I like without much direction.
Cons: Work load is not realistic for the number of employees I have. Work tools are out of date and lead to extra work load
Zero job security, high stress, downsizing annually.
Accounting Manager in Indianapolis:
Pros: The employees I work with at UHG.
Cons: Zero job security, downsizing as a matter of routine at least annually.
Steady Company offering intresting work.
Finance Manager in Orlando:
Pros: Great people, great technology, great products and services, meaningful work.
Paid less than the amount of work I do.
Sr. Test / Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer, (Computer Software) in Dallas:
Cons: Very less pay and work pressure is too high which creates a lot of stress
Hectic but with good opportunities to stand out.
Senior Underwriter in Hartford:
Pros: Working for UHC Global division provides more options to work on multiple different product lines with many opportunities to be given project work to improve processes and improve team efficiency.
Cons: It is difficult to manage time and workflow with the large amount of urgent requests that come in.
Great company for those who want to take a back seat.
Senior Internal Auditor in Minneapolis:
Pros: Stability, Low Hours, Flexible Work
Cons: Lack of Manager Training, Poor Compensation Transparency
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