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They DO NOT hire older Americans (seniors) in Florida. That is a fact that has now been proven. I have applied for 5 positions there. And, when I applied the first time they pulled a bait & switch.I then found their ad on your site & re-applied for 3 of the same positions. I have prior experience in a call center with years of customer service & have completed studies in Medical Billing & Coding. I have a case where the state investigated & concluded there was age discrimination against me. Florida in general, is discriminating against seniors in everything. I am trained in fraud detection 35 years and spot it quickly. Seniors are required to work until 66 years and have every right to jobs for which they are qualified. UnitedHealth Group is not hiring white older Americans that I could tell from my conversations.
They will bleed you dry and when you become sick from giving your all they get rid of you without any leeway. I am not a disgruntled worker I appreciated the opportunity and worked at UHC more than 3 1/2 years and it was pleasant in the beginning but something happened and the changes were not good for older workers. It looked like a rapid out with the old in with the cheaper new!
The amount of work reasonably required to prepare a quality product that met expected standards, far exceeded the maximum amount of resources that were provideded for both time and staff! If you don't keep up the pace, they will make no attempt to help.With all of your experience=$, they wear you down( 5yrs,w/ no wage increase, cut workweek down 1 day at a time), they can hire at 1/2 pay for four days a week!
United HealthGroup has been a RetirementJobs.com Certified Age Friendly Employer since 2007.
Only younger people got promoted--older employees got dumped
Lots of age descrimination in hiring practices. They definitely prefer to hire younger, cheaper employees.
personal experience. They hired me at 66 and I was not alone in that age group.
I interviewed with this company and received a call offering me the job but unfortunately all training spots were filled but they would keep my resume for the next training class. Never received another call.
They want to get rid of the older employees... for no reason...just that they don't like them... Lots of age discrimination in hiring practices. They definitely prefer to hire younger, cheaper employees.
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After reading the comments by those who express their perspective of age related discriminating practices by more than a few employers, I felt very concerned for older workers that need/desire employment. I wonder if these employers understand that it is not just the revenue from young adults that keep them in business. I wonder how they would survive if the older generation would stop supporting their businesses. I also wonder if these employers understand the principle of sowing and reaping? I am grateful to your agency for providing the results of your survey and your commitment to provide older workers with reliable job leads.
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