If anyone attended Laureens all associate meeting on Wednesday, remember they stated they were looking to increase the legato headcount to 15,000. All of our numbers are coming up in March.
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Medicare doesn’t have offshore restrictions - Medicaid and commercial do (in addition to some large groups) and the states with restrictions remain onshore. There is a lot of governance around ensuring only the appropriate work is offshored.
In some states our contracts require work be performed in the United States, if these states have work sent out of the country, there is an issue which may be warrant legal intervention. Medicare has the same restrictions due to tax payers money funding the benefits provided to our members. Commercial benefits is a whole different case and there are no regulations preventing work being sent offshore.
@12uEsqWT-4xdu what about a labor attorney? class action suit?
Never stop caring.
Maybe reconsider what you care for.
Sorry folks, but there's no one to blow the whistle to.
I've been looking into this for some time now and all roads point to the government as the originator of the idea. It goes back over a decade and was a good idea with unintended consequences. Both political parties played a roll and I doubt anyone would risk exposure by taking up this cause before the election.
To show the real face of. That is for what. Enough of this bs of being socially responsible, and the rest. All BS.
A whistleblower for what? It’s not against any law or rule to launch an offshore subsidiary and to move US jobs. Offshoring is not a new concept.
I’m honestly wondering what you think is wrong with it aside from it taking jobs, of course.
Need a whistleblower! The must at this point.
The only way to go is to stop caring. Completely.