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  • Christine February 21, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    United HealthCare is the worst company to work for and the worst company to be insured under. They have so many flaws in their insurance coverage to the point that you need a Philadelphia Lawyer to fully understand any policy that you have. I should know. I worked for them for 30 yrs. As an insured person insured through this company you better be prepared to jump through hoops when you get sick. there are so many inconsistencies built into all the policies that you will loose your mind to get them to pay anything. Policies are so difficult to understand. As far as how they treat their employees. They manipulate and lie to the new hires and treat their employees like insignificant fools. Management/supervisors have no regard or compassion for their long-term employees. If you don't meet production goals you get fired, just like me. They made me feel totally worthless. I gave them 30 years if dedication and they kicked me to the curb like garbage. Soul sucking and greedy pigs is what they are, I did not receive any severance package. I was simply fired. The simple fact is that I must have been doing something right to have them keep me for 30 yrs. The only reason they kicked me to the curb is because I was 60 yrs old and costing them too much money. Of course, I can't prove it in court, but I'm sure I'm not the only one that this has happened to.

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