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Great company with a lot of opportunity.
Nurse Practitioner (NP) in Baltimore:
Pros: Flexibility, great leadership, great pay. Really feel like they care about wellbeing of employees.
Cons: Our employer-sponsored health insurance isn't very good.
Care Coordinator in Philadelphia:
Pros: An okay place to work. The pay is good. The PTO amount is nice. The actual job isn’t too difficult. It’s fully remote. There is OT offered if you want it.
Cons: Rigid at times. Lots of metrics.
Operations Supervisor in Davenport:
Pros: Process improvement, team building
Cons: High stress, constant last minute request, lack of direction from upper management
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Operations Director in Nashville:
Pros: Flexibility to work from home and benefits
Cons: Work demands extend beyond a normal work day.
Amazing, I get to help Consumers with their medication needs by making their life easier and less stressful. They are able to get their medications on time and without worry of running out or missing doses.
Medication Coordinator in Topeka:
Pros: Hearing how much I have been able to help consumers with insurance problems, making medication refills and deliveries convenient and saving them money where possible. Plus the benefits of the added support of having someone that they speak to on a regular basis that knows them makes them feel comfortable and have a more personalized approach to the pharmacy needs. I also like being able to work on my own but also have a team and supervisor who is also remotely and available at all times so the support is always there so you never feel alone.
Cons: There's nothing I dislike about UnitedHealth Group.
I love it!
Senior Licensing Specialist in Fort Worth:
Pros: My manager's understanding that unexpected things happen.
Cons: That not everyone is held to the same expectations.
Flexible work schedule. Remote work.
Nurse Case Manager in Dallas:
Pros: Flexible work schedule. Remote work. Continuing education and licensure paid for.
Cons: Raises are minimal- only 1%. Bonus program was taken away.
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