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UnitedHealth Group Reviews

What is it like working at UnitedHealth Group?

It's stressful at times but you definitely stay busy.
Claims Representative in Charleston:
Pros: Flexibility and Team support
Cons: Communication also more simplified learning sources for claims processing
Very satisfying.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Moline:
Pros: The autonomy to make decisions and conduct my work duties on my own while still having support from my Director if I need it
Cons: Pay
Stress Level High and Leadership Doesn't Take Responsibility.
Sr. Administrative Assistant:
Pros: Various duties.
Cons: Not a fair opportunity to be promoted. Unrealistic workload. Leaders not taking responsibility for inadequately leading properly. Extremely poor communications. Leaders not being honest. Only four administrative assistants for the entire state of Florida. Not giving administrative assistants credit for the level of work performed. Not showing appreciation for the administration team.
One of the best place to work. Good work life Balance.
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Work Life Balance, Perks, Leaves.
Great work.
Utilization Review Nurse in Albany:
Pros: Flexibility, independence, working with professionals!
Cons: Pay could do better. Lack of job stability/peace of mind sue to yearly lay offs

Most Popular Benefits at UnitedHealth Group

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Severance Pay