Thread regarding Molina Healthcare Inc. layoffs

How long will Molina keep us on their payroll ?

No work. Shifting duties.

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Well as "Mr. Know It All" we have millions of people out of work and a good portion is NEVER going back to their jobs. Why? Because this virus has bankrupted thousands of small and medium capped businesses. As a professional whose job it is to analyze the economy and companies alike daily I think I do have a pretty damn good clue. Lets see so state of Ohio hates Molina right? Well look up the total amount spent in 2018 in 2019 by Medicaid managed care companies for the state of Ohio and by that I mean look at their annual report Molina ranked 4th in total expenditure meaning the total amount that Medicaid cost the state of Ohio. CareSource and Buckeye were the two number one plans that attributed to well over half of the millions and millions of dollars cost the state of Ohio in Medicaid funding. If anything's the people at CareSource are the ones who should be bracing themselves because my sources say that the state of Ohio is not too happy with CareSource at the present time. If you basically had a company on your payroll that was one of maybe five or six on your payroll and that one company attributed to / 1/2 of the money that you had allotted would you be happy?

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Post ID: @pauc+14hc0OWx

PinkSnitch no work but no layoffs either. How can states provide coverage for millions of out of work folks ... and we bank on not using up that money. I see no boom for anyone Mr know it all below.

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Post ID: @kslf+14hc0OWx

No there is not. You are a f—ing tool. Use ur head folks. Let's see we're in an industry that is absolutely booming right now and is going to continue to Boom for the foreseeable future. Again there's not going to be layoffs. Trust me I know this

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Post ID: @exuw+14hc0OWx

No layoffs will happen. We are lucky to be in a booming industry at the moment. Others in the hospitality industry- not so lucky.

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