Thread regarding UnitedHealth Group Inc. layoffs

When will things return to normal?

The last several years have been brutal and things keep getting worse rather than better every day. I know the situation has been exacerbated by the pandemic, but things were bad enough even before that.

Will ever come the day when things will go back to normal? When we don't have to fear losing our jobs or some of our benefits every single day?

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You forgot aetna in woodland hills california. I was an account administrator there. Worst thing I ever experienced. Even as a woman they treated me like slime. The people you work with tried to sabotage you also. It is just bad and they are also going through the same thing.

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Post ID: @fcbe+15gqJDBR

Not likely, the company is too large, has too many political pressures, stock holder pressures, and recent leadership changes that are now treating this as a maximize profit at all cost influenced by bringing in executives from all other industries outside of Healthcare. Whether that be Banking, Tech, Communications etc. Employees have taking the brunt of the abuse to keep plans and services competitive with the competition by working a lot longer and harder for less money and benefits. They hide behind the notion that we need to provide more for our members every time. Its a race to the bottom against all the others Anthem, Cigna, Humana etc.

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Post ID: @4hbk+15gqJDBR

To @2pvh+15gqJDBR: Where did you get the info about the VLOA program please? I'm in ORx and have not heard a peep about it. I'm wondering if this was only made known to departments impacted by the layoff?

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Post ID: @2xob+15gqJDBR

"In addition to the Reduced Full Time Schedule opportunity we communicated last week, we would like to share with you a new program. The COVID-19 Voluntary Leave of Absence Program is designed to address business needs regarding reduced work volumes while providing you with the option to have time away from work during the summer months.
This program is available effective immediately. You can request a Voluntary Leave of Absence (VLOA) of 1 – 12 weeks of unpaid time. Please send an email to your direct leader if you are interested in participating in this program, including your requested dates."

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Post ID: @2pvh+15gqJDBR

This is the new normal... look to find a job with providers private practices after this is over. Work in their billing and/or appeals areas - Karma

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Post ID: @2ish+15gqJDBR

If normal = layoffs then it’s happening all over the company. Sad

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Post ID: @2eng+15gqJDBR

to the guy who said karen, I will up you one and say okay boomer.

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