Thread regarding CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield layoffs

AIP Payout

Don't expect to get anywhere near your normal AIP. Executives keep dancing around it but the company did not make its goals. Don't be surprised if it is little to none (20-30% of what you normally make have received in the past). Trust me, Execs are still getting paid. They should take 0% since the company did not make its goals.

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Wow associate AIP being penalized due to goals they can’t even control

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Post ID: @ebow+1fcGiB6f

Let’s clarify “management” as far as the blame game is concerned. Limit it to the 17th floor at Canton and you are spot on.

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Post ID: @9zcp+1fcGiB6f

As the payout decreases each year, you can best believe these bonuses as we knew it will soon evaporate.

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Post ID: @3lvz+1fcGiB6f

20-30% lower than normal - probably.

20-30% of what you normally get - probably not

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Post ID: @1hiz+1fcGiB6f

What are you basing the 20-30% on? I was not expecting it to be THAT low. . . I agree that management is to blame . . . not so much for falling short of meeting goals (although that too), but for not re-tooling the goals the minute the pandemic hit. They were pretty impossibly high to begin with. so you would think any manager in his.her right mind would pause and say "Hey, maybe we should slow down just a minute. There's a lot of uncertainty around this pandemic. . .maybe we should put a few initiatives on the backburner and lower our expectations of the workforce until we know more." But what CF did was the opposite - they SPED UP and came up with even more initiatives with tight deadlines, and didn't back off what they already had. This, in my mind, is why so many people are leaving.

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