Thread regarding CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield layoffs

C-Suite departures

Anybody else concerned with 2 C-Suite departures? It doesn’t look good that two long-term well respected people are leaving.

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Curious timing with the CEO town hall featuring Maria Tildon leading that wing of the organization and then bolts for JHU. No doubt that other other employment possibilities were in the hopper for a while.

So if our executive leadership isn’t drinking the CareFirst Koolaid and likely working 24/7 under an environment of fear and concern like so much of the workforce, what does that say? They get out.

What BDP doesn’t realize is good talent is good talent doesn’t grow in trees. To realize corporate aspirations requires an investment. While the company has a good goal of providing to the community, BDP must not forget part of that community is his workforce. We don’t work for volunteer wages and AIP, merit.

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Post ID: @tsfh+1eSLwwni

They probably see the writing on the wall about bonuses in spring 2023! the company likely won’t make money which is a requirement for bonus to be awarded, so say goodbye to a large piece of pay and no reason to stay for much of 2022

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Post ID: @2vbt+1eSLwwni

A bigger concern is they are pushing back the pay increases this year by a month. Usually they take effect the second pay period in February, but this year it's not until March 18. Double-cheapskate move by the company: give out tiny raises and do so a month later this year.

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Post ID: @1idv+1eSLwwni

Nope, don’t care. Like anyone else they are a cog in the machine. No impact.

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