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Sharon Fiorello
2 days ago

I'm a insurance broker now, but thinking I'd would like to just doing work from home

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6 days ago

Customer Service Advocate – Remote | UnitedHealth Group

Perks:

  • $25.19/hr
  • 18 days of Paid Time Off which you start to accrue with your first pay period plus 8 Paid Holidays
  • Medical Plan options along with participation in a Health Spending Account or a Health Saving account Dental, Vision, Life& AD&D Insurance along with Short-term disability and Long-Term Disability coverage
  • 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Education Reimbursement – up to $5,250 per calendar year for job-related coursework

Responsibilities:

  • Respond to and resolve, on the first call, customer service inquires and issues by identifying the topic and type of assistance the caller needs such as benefits, eligibility and claims, financial spending accounts and correspondence
  • Help guide and educate customers about the fundamentals and benefits of consumer-driven health care topics to select the best benefit plan options, maximize the value of their health plan benefits and choose a quality care provider
  • Contact care providers (doctor’s offices) on behalf of the customer to assist with appointment scheduling or connections with internal specialists for assistance
  • Assist customers in navigating myuhc.com and other UnitedHealth Group websites and encourage and reassure them to become self-sufficient

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or the equivalent
  • 3 years of relevant experience

How to APPLY: Complete an application before the job is filled, by following this link https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com/job/15798652/customer-service-advocate-remote-remote/

FULL DISCLOSURE: I’m not affiliated with this company so I won’t be able to help with your application or your job status. Please apply and contact the employer directly. Feel free to follow me for more #hiringnews!

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Sara Jones
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5 days ago

Hinge Health is looking for a care coordinator. Your focus will be:

  • Help patients get the care they need to overcome their musculoskeletal pain.
  • Work with a cross-functional team, leveraging leading technology, to identify at-risk patients who would benefit from additional care.
  • Provide education and suggest appropriate treatments for patients based on a more holistic approach to maximize their recovery.
  • and more

Qualifications

  • Certified Case Manager (CCMC, CCM/RN-BC, ACMA or CCCTM)
  • Active RN license (any state)
  • More than 2 years of experience in a nurse case manager role

Pay and benefits

  • Competitive compensation with meaningful equity (Pursuant to State Fair Pay Act, below is a summary of compensation elements for this role at the company if based in the following locations: Colorado & New York State annual salary: $61,200 - $147,900; New York City annual salary: $72,000 - $108,000)
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance (We cover 100% of your premium and 75% for your dependents)
  • Flexible PTO
  • 401K match
  • and more

APPLY ASAP before it's closed: https://jobs.lever.co/hingehealth/e3d0d7d0-9712-4f55-86e5-a33587057378?fbclid=IwAR0-zHfpqnbuCdi-_RD_wVOrXqQXezq9iUDWeHbit9lgaijPzDEihtRotzk

FULL DISCLOSURE: I’m not affiliated with this company so I won’t be able to help with your application or your job status. Please apply and contact the employer directly. Feel free to follow me for more #hiringnews! #hiringnews #nationwideusa #workfromhome

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Michael Popp
6 days ago

So I got sick from covid for about 3-4 weeks I contacted my boss and told them I didn't feel well. And when tried to come back to work after 3 weeks of being off when i finally got a negative test result nobody would give me an answer as to if I was employed anymore. It's now been close to 3 months and still no answer about my employment status. Plus I should ad that right as I got sick I had discovered that for the last 4-5 checks bi weekly they had been paying me a dollar less then I was hired at. What should I do are they aloud to fire me because I got covid are they aloud to just pay me less anytime they feel like it without telling me?

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Jessica Prentice

Tell them you're getting in touch with the State for treating a covid case with prejudice! (Hope they all get it)

Tell them you're getting in touch with the State for treating a covid case with prejudice! (Hope they all get it)

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Don't tell them a damn thing. Contact the state and have them deal with it.

Don't tell them a damn thing. Contact the state and have them deal with it.

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Andrea Fisher
25 days ago

My former boss just started a company and wanted to recruit me to work with her. There are a lot of growth opportunities with the projects that I’m passionate about. Unfortunately it’s a startup and they cannot offer the same kind of coverage that I need for my family. I’m very tempted to join her but my family is counting on my benefits since my husband lost his job last December. Family always comes first but I just feel a little depressed to put my career on hold.

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Brittney Cook
5 days ago

Is it legal for an employer to ask how far along you are when interviewing for a in person interview?

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Mya Wilson
about 1 month ago

I was a Service Manager for an independent garage for almost 3 years. I was asked to take a temporary lay off in January due to the owners lack of funds. I was available whenever he needed me and went back to full time in a few weeks. I never called off, showed up to work on time and treated the business as if it were my own. I was fired via text message on a Sunday night. I supposedly broke company policy. Nothing was ever discussed with me. I feel like it was bc he couldn't afford to keep me on. The owner has a history of doing this. I should have left years ago!

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Jeffrey Bennett

Need money not benefits

Need money not benefits

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Dennis Kuropatwa

Amazing pay as a forklift operator

Amazing pay as a forklift operator

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