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As the fastest growing part of UnitedHealth Group's family of businesses, Optum's work environment supports the cultural values of UnitedHealth Group. To learn more about our work environment, check this out: https://uhg.hr/zbt8e

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The hours vary depending on the position. If you are interested in learning more about the hours for a specific position, please join our recruiter chat at uhg.hr/recruitchat

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The length of the process can vary depending on the role and how many applicants apply for the position. If you would like to learn more about the hiring process at UnitedHealth Group, check this out. https://uhg.hr/swwxc

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The interview process varies about function and the responsibilities of the role you are applying for. Our Careers website has some helpful information about the interview process in addition to tools that may help you prepare for your interview at UnitedHealth Group: https://uhg.hr/7z2q4. Good luck!

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Some days are fine, most days are dreadful. Way too much office drama, ghetto employees, employee favoritism, lack of work ethics and adherence of the rules. If you are the supervisors pet you get away with pretty much anything. The ones who actually do their work are the ones that get overlooked and unrecognized and aren't on their phones or hiding them under their desks or blankets they wrap themselves in. The bathrooms are disgusting and people are treat the building poorly.

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I would get rid of the employees who are constantly on their phone and text more than work. I would make supervisors more accountable for their time and work. They aren't there to make friends, but to supervise and lead or mentor, not play favorites. I would adhere to the dress code and get rid of people walking around in blankets and slippers.

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Employee's are extremely extremely micromanaged. They are extremely strick with very little wiggle room. Clock in to the minute, break and clock out is the same. You have to be on your A++ game, they do not like excuses, at all, period.

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My normal day is some were around 8.5 to 9 hours a day

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