UnitedHealth Group Overview

  • www.unitedhealthgroup.com
  • Minnetonka, MN
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1977
  • Company - Public (UNH)
  • Healthcare Services & Hospital
  • $10+ billion (USD)

We're a Fortune 5 company on a global mission to help people live healthier lives while improving the health system and expanding access to quality care. Empowering more than 141 million people worldwide with information, guidance and tools to make healthier choices makes our ...
Mission: Our mission is to help people live healthier lives and to help the health care system work better for everyone.

Company Updates

March 5, 2020
Anyone else craving flexibility in the workplace? When you work as hard as you do, having some leeway about where and when you do it is everything. See where UnitedHealth Group stands on this: #workfromhome #flexibility
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January 9, 2020
Doing something for a purpose is so much better than just doing something to do it. So, why wouldn't the same be true for your career? These three women have fueled their careers with a deep sense of purpose. If the passion behind their stories doesn't tell you everything, than maybe their incredible results will. Watch and learn where a commitment to making a difference can take you.
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These Women Are Fighting Some of Health Care's Top Challenges
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UnitedHealth Group Reviews

3.7
68%
Recommend to a Friend
82%
Approve of CEO
Dave Wichmann
Dave Wichmann
1,644 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee

"Excellent"

Jan 8, 2021 - PhD Student in Coseley, England, England
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Very good and excellent environment

Cons

Nothing to notice. Office is old
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Diversity & Inclusion at UnitedHealth Group

3.9
(1098 reviews)

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Does there seem to be diversity at UnitedHealth Group?

...Flexible work from home, utopian goals that sound amazing, attempts to improve culture and morale, diversity focus, some really incredible ideas and technology possible due to talent and capital, you can decide how much you are willing to accept due to at will employment some really great direct managers and supervisors....Read More

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UnitedHealth Group Interviews

Experience
Positive60%
Negative21%
Neutral19%
Getting an Interview
Applied online62%
Recruiter10%
Campus Recruiting9%
Difficulty
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  1. Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Interview

    Video-heavy and no telephone discussions, particularly in light of the pandemic. Several rounds meeting with senior leadership which was expected. That’s really all that needs to be said on a GD platform
    Interview

    **CANDIDATES, BEWARE!!!** The Interview process wasn't the issue; it was the UNFORGETTABLE offer experience at the end, when I was clearly the last candidate standing. A Fortune 10 - I repeat Fortune 10 - company who can easily afford to compensate top talent at market rate...couldn't even offer a competitive salary, or sign-on bonus, or 6-month review in lieu of bonus, or mgmt bonus until 2 YEARS down the road. In fact, this company couldn't - wouldn't - negotiate at all (what company worth their salt offers ANYONE a sophisticated position without expecting SOME kind of negotiation?) Their reason for being sooo hinky: "Internal Equity" issues. They blamed their inability to negotiate with candidates on their current workforce. To add insult to their own brand injury, the HR recruiter had the audacity to rebuke me for reaching out to the would-be HM to seek clarity on the very bizarre job offer email and non-negotiating. "You go through ME", they said. How odd, since the HM was the actual boss - NOT this unprofessional HR person who "thought" they were higher than the HM. I shared this shocking news with some career experts. Their response: "You were wise to RUN from that company". Shame on UHG for condoning such a horrible candidate experience. If you want to attract talent to find their "Life's Best Work", perhaps you should first pitch top candidates YOUR best offer package.

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UnitedHealth Group Awards & Accolades

  • Best of the BestHispanic Network Magazine2014
  • Best Places to Work for LGBT EqualityHuman Rights Campaign2012
  • 350 Most Admired Companies in the WorldFortune2011
  • 50 AwardLATINA Style2010
  • Fortune 5 RankingFortune Magazine2018

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Does UnitedHealth Group offer massages?

...Good pay, FREE COFFEE, TEA and HOT CHOCOLATE at the coffee bar, professional colleagues, flex schedules, employee engagement programs, excellent culture diversity...

July 3, 2019

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