Very flexible work environment in remote setting.
Little to no communication about the status of transitioning to a full time position within the company. I was told a week before my contract would be up that I should expect to have paperwork sent... my way to transition to a full-time role and at 5 pm on the last day I had a 1:1 chat with my manager scheduled that was canceled with no explanation. This has happened before so I didn't think anything of it. This was followed up by a call from my recruiter from my staffing agency saying I would not have my contract extended due to "poor performance." Now, mind you, had I known about my "poor performance" or concerns about my performance I would understand not being extended, but the fact that throughout my meetings there was no discussion of my "poor performance" (was actually praised by senior staff members and co-workers for my insight on resources and navigation of their system) I would understand. But it was the opposite. I called my manager, who has always been open to communication in the evening and got sent to voicemail. Sent her an e-mail the next morning requesting at least a "thanks for working with us" and didn't hear back. I am just floored by wishy-washy communication and how I went from being stoked to being brought on to being dropped like a bad apple.
What I love most about my job is the people that I work with and the freedom to create a way of working that works best for me. We care about what we do on a daily basis to provide compassion and... quality to our members on a daily basis. I am very grateful to be an employee for United Healthcare and one of the things I like most is that it is such an Innovative and dynamic company that offers many opportunities for growth and career advancement. United Healthcare is very supportive of their employees, and it show in many ways. I'm proud to be part of something so great.
There is nothing that I can think off