Thread regarding Centene Corp. layoffs

Leaving without notice

A colleague left without giving notice and the chaos ensued. Although for me it is inconceivable and very unprofessional to leave without giving notice, I understand to some extent why he decided to leave in such a way.
It is worrying that he is not the only one, because a month ago another person left the same way. Centene should think about why this is happening?

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I never understood why former employees are so bitter, but after being layed off and seeing how all the layoffs were handled, I understand it now. Believe me, if you give notice they tell you to leave that day. They don’t want you to badmouth them to the remaining employees.

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Post ID: @8exz+1g7Evcu7

I’ve watched directors and above recently get their bonus and give two weeks or less notice.

Centene needs to ask itself - why are these people willing to put their own professional reputation at risk and give very little notice?

If you push someone to the point where they no longer care, you are the problem.

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Post ID: @3kvc+1g7Evcu7

You may be angry at the wrong party on this issue. Try and give Centene a resignation with 2 weeks' notice. That will be your last day. They will immediately remove you. I speak from experience.

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Post ID: @2niw+1g7Evcu7

That is the smart way to leave. Use paid time off to get another job, use up rest of time off after telling new employer you are working the "2 week notice." Start new job rested and refreshed. Centene does not verify anything but start date and end date. End date = date notice was given? "They let me go right away" or "their error" as that is common. Not giving notice is the ultimate "I hate you." #TeamCenteneSweetie

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Post ID: @1ycw+1g7Evcu7

Many year ago at a different company 4 people from a team of 5 put in their 2 weeks notice on the same day!

Of course it was intentional to make sure the higher ups understood there were serious issues with the management of that team.

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Post ID: @1mry+1g7Evcu7

That's extremely unprofessional to do regardless of who the employer is. Says a lot about the person who left with no notice!

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Post ID: @1obl+1g7Evcu7

They don’t care and the smart ones do exactly what they did.

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