Thread regarding Molina Healthcare Inc. layoffs

After Hours Emails from Management

“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 time they put in or the time they need away from the business. This lack of respect can undermine your team’s culture, not to mention that constantly being in a work state of mind hinders everyone’s performance. Many avoidable mistakes are made when we don’t properly shut down each day at a respectable time. As the leader, we must demonstrate our respect for our team, and their individual lives and efforts.” A corporate policy that does not allow emails to employees after business hours from management is needed. Also there should be a policy against meetings one specific day a week as a standard so that employees can get work done. Scheduling meetings any day of the week and during lunch hours should be prohibited. Emails after hours and too many meetings scheduled are contributing to a toxic micromanaged workplace. Training and policies on work-life balance are needed.

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Got one over Memorial Day weekend. Of course telling us we will be required to do more work... one this is unprofessional two they are cowards!!!! Where did you say HR was?

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Got three over the weekend, 12am, 1am and 2am. But the 4am one the other day tops them all! Of Human Resources monitors this site, something must be done!

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seems to me a write up is in order otherwise I'm sure the department of labor might be interested in that sort of thing

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