Once a taboo topic in the workplace, employees are now sharing their pay information openly in the hopes of getting raises for themselves — and their colleagues. Plus it's illegal for employers to stop employees from sharing details of their pay... — read more
Don't you love when a person who made $19,961,698 in total compensation says hey we gave you $500 bonus that should be enough for cost of living increase.
I'm starting to see pronouns in the signatures here. Are they subjecting the FTEs to a new cultural training?
Now we all report to them (in some departments) The teams are disorganized and leadership is sub par. Literally trying to take us back to the brink of bankruptcy by destroying all the progress we've made. Came in and gave every lower merits than ever... — read more
The 6 minute mark of this id--tic self aggrandizement is rich and so ridiculous. The first story they told after their terminations was it was Mario’s outspokenness about Trump that led to their firing. So now that has evolved to they couldn’t... — read more
What was the point of nickle if all the positions were going to be recreated anyways? New MHI Quality lead creates all these AVP and VP positions for the Anthem friends, causes a hiring freeze, jobs were never posted for internals to have a shot... — read more
Are we safe or not?
Stop pretending the pandemic is over … It is not!!!!! We don’t even know how long our shots and boosters will protect us. And what about the next variant that comes along. You need to protect all Americans. Stop being selfish ! No one wants to... — read more
Many analysts expect Molina to post profit of $7.13 billion in sales for the current fiscal quarter. Perhaps it's a little exaggerated?
*** Many have attempted to reopen their offices, only to be stymied by new variants or outbreaks that necessitated yet another shutdown or a delayed re-opening. So some businesses are removing the guesswork altogether by deciding to remain fully... — read more
Not only is there no need for layoffs, but it is worrying that people are leaving now more than ever. Since I started working here, I have never experienced so many of my colleagues leaving in such a short period of time. This means that I don't... — read more
Has anyone noticed for past few years how the CIO Amir has been sneaking in his favorite vendor Infinite Computer Solutions to all projects and department. Surprising to see procurement has given a bling bling eye to his way of awarding contracts to... — read more
Molina gets lower and lower with their “bonus” for Managers & below. (I am a Director so this doesn’t effect me financially but effects my teams morale) The people who work the front lines and burst their butts. Only $500 this year, they could... — read more
Anyone would care to chime in with a prediction about potential Molina Healthcare layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Anyone recall this id--tic email from our former Chief Morale Officer basically saying employees were ripping off the company? But, Happy Holidays! What a shameful part of our company history. From: Employee Communications Sent: Tuesday, November... — read more
Does that mean that no layoffs are planned any time soon? Or is this just the usual calm before the storm?
Can someone please post detailed/complete PTO accrual by pay grade and years with the org?
Leave request over bullying allegedly denied Terms of settlement agreement ‘confidential’ Molina Healthcare of Ohio Inc. and a former employee who said she was illegally denied medical leave necessitated by workplace bullying settled her lawsuit... — read more
clearly management doesnt listen or respect workers time to unionize then theyll listen
Definitely! I had both good and bad managers in the companies I worked for so far, but I never had a worse manager than here. Somehow I could handle everything else here, but the manager is the main reason I’m leaving. Sometimes it’s not clear to... — read more
Outsourcing Intake and nurse reviews to the Philippines starting this month. SAD
You think they are going to $$$ to protect us in the office? I rarely see them change a regular filter! HVAC (heating/ventilation/air conditioning) systems are not thought to be a significant factor in the spread of coronavirus. Many modern air... — read more
I just heard from a high up. They are doing project nickel again? Has anyone heard of layoffs this year?
2022 save money due to Covid and Delta but getting rid of all those useless buildings ! We got this! Rent a floor here and there. I actually listened to your 2nd Qtr Call
Being a healthcare firm, we're not even requiring folks to be vaccinated in the office. Nor be tested. Wi--y nilly no mask at times. Not sanitized/cleaned regularly at all, lack of safety supplies. Leadership making the decisions working from home 7... — read more
My 3rd- & last supervisors were exceptional, and not coincidentally as a result, so we're those teams statistically and competitively compared to others in our department.
Pay attention Joe before you send me back to work for my sake and my families sake. Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US By Sergio Hernandez, Byron Manley, Sean O’Key and Henrik Pettersson, CNN Last updated: July 17, 2021 at 5:45 p.m. ET Covid-19 has... — read more
No company is ideal. It is impossible to achieve the ideal workplace - companies cannot offer all the benefits to meet the priorities of all employees. However, what I noticed is that Molina no longer cares about the satisfaction and happiness of... — read more
I don't understand it. Has it turned out that productivity is significantly worse when we work from home? I wouldn't say so. I worked from home more than ever. What's the point then? Greater control? Their total disregard for our safety? I’m... — read more
Hey. I heard Molina is firing or moving employees they don't need at Passport Health Plan in Louisville, Kentucky after they took it over. They buy a Medicaid company and then gut it? Especially when they need to win a contract? WTF?!
I’m tired of always talking about what those at the top expect from employees. As can be seen, they expect a lot. They make very unrealistic demands on their employees. On the other hand, I don’t believe any of them ever wonder what employees... — read more
To find out it only last 6-9 months and no booster a available /// yet you give the okay to return to work and I get sick! Q Will we need Covid-19 booster shots? If so, how will we know when we need them? A It’s not clear if or when vaccine booster... — read more
If you're already working hard, Molina wants you to work even harder, to squeeze people out completely. Is there a limit to how far they go? It is never enough for them. The only thing they will achieve is to lose the best workers. I am very... — read more
We have seen you do great things this past year and half for Molina BUT with the variant Delta closing Australia and has hit CA we are all getting anxious that you will force us to return to unsafe offices. We can succeed at our home offices thanks... — read more
Lately I’ve been thinking if it would have any effect to try to talk honestly with my superior about feeling very underappreciated here. I find myself doing a lot more work than some who are much more appreciated here. I don’t even need to mention... — read more
I heard some rumors about more IT layoffs, can anybody confirm this?
Would we go be on track to go back into the office when.... Ohio and MI are all time COVID high again. Hospitals full. Variants taking over. Are youth are now being effected. Vaccines we are finding only last 6 months and some of us have not even... — read more
“Emails to employees and other team members late at night send a negative message. When we send emails to employees late at night, especially those that require follow-up or effort on their part, it makes employees feel as if we don’t respect the... — read more