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 honestly keep it. After taxes, that’s what? $230. All this growing, acquiring and bragging about how financial stable the billion dollar company is, but the common folks only gets $500 (that’s taxed) when the Directors and up get thousands. That is not spreading the wealth to the employees that could benefit. Crooks lol I swear compared to other health plan insurance companies. I’m the one stuck with questions from my team about how the “bonus” is structured, etc. I feel bad that I can help them with this and give them more of a bonus. Maybe the health plan should do their own bonus as well. So sad given the current inflation financial strains this year. I look forward to all the execs shooting their annual holiday video from their warm tropical locations, mansions and yachts. Stay strong Molina employees, happy holidays.
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It’s important for you all to remember we are a business first. We need YOU to give 110% each and every day…..it’s what we do. You should be grateful you have a job and you will be getting an extra 200 bucks after taxes this year. I’ve said this for many years- put you head down and work that Caid. When I walk the floors I don’t want to see anyones eyes- you should be focused. Remember it’s not about premium coffee in the office, bringing your pet to work or coming back into the office amid Covid concerns. You are healthcare workers and you have a job to do. Let’s work together in 2022 and be glad our “brothers” are no longer driving the sunken ship (think queen Mary). Heads down…back to work, that’s why I hired you
One of the reasons I quit. Molina helps the low income, while some employees are barely above the low income bracket themselves and offer no help.
Not to mention the vaccine mandate they snuck in that email buried at the bottom