Staffing in Ohio, particularly Medicaid, is at complete bare bones not enough nurses to do work, but work keeps piling at truly, truly unachievable anmounts. Keeping scorecards and sheets on CMS that go to the plan president each week. At the same time as we are trying to go for RFP. JoeZ demanded all CM caseloads be doubles, or let go more. It makes no sense. Less than 10% of all staff in Ohio even got 3% raises. . If you are worried about getting the Medicaid RFP, for which quality is a huge part, how are you going to achieve that without enough staff to do the work?? Genuinely not correct thinking. I’m sorry, but anyone who thinks we aren’t selling is nuts. He’s going by the playbook. The next question is: who are we getting bought by, when is it happening? What are the chances of the buying company bringing on Molina Case Managers, vs. just letting us go? Do they typically give severance in those instances, or do you just get shown the door? Hard to try to determine what the best move is at this point for Ohio Case Managers. What type of leader of a company doubles or triples(geniunely-hot hyperbole) staff workloads, and then doesn’t even provide them with a raise equal to the cost of living? What a terrible person. You know what, maybe I should just leave. Who’s the best health plan for case managers?
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Make sure to leave a double decker on the way out. A nice revenge dump to end this legacy!
Our thoughts and hopes are with our colleagues Ohio. Hopefully your future will work out for you. It is sad that the firm has transitioned in this manner.
As if living in the state of Ohio is not enough punishment- i feel bad for those still working here. I mean the only thing left to do if go work at a bob Evans or a steak and shake
Thanks for advice on Buckeye. I’ve never been in this position before, so it’s hard to know what the best choice for me is. I mean, i have great experience, especially for my age, look good on paper. But just-what is easiest and smoothest, I guess. I hate the process of starting over someplace new.
Joe doesn't give a &[email protected]). He got a huge raise! He is set sink or sale.
And... I am sure his long plan was to sell.
CM might have work BUT upstairs we have none. We went from years of OT to not enough work to go around. So much downtime.
You don't have time invested in Molina...RUN. Go to Buckeye with all the rest of the ex Molina workers.
Nurse advice got severance pay so you never know.
Sorry, but you will not get severance pay. Run don’t walk...