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Lots of work expected in short periods of time. many 60 to 80 hour weeks

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Molina Healthcare

Pros

Family-like business. Everyone takes pride in their work. Work from home capability is wonderful and staff is treated with respect

Cons

too much work, and not enough staff or time. Hiring more staff would be a step in the right direction.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Management could hire more staff with experience. Although the work from home option is incredible, the dispersed staff makes thing sdifficult at times.

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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Corporate is frustrating to deal with

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    Current Employee - Supervisor
    Current Employee - Supervisor

    I have been working at Molina Healthcare

    Pros

    some good coworkers. my job is interesting.

    Cons

    Very 'corporate' driven, doesn't feel like there is a lot of decision making left up to the healthplans. Lots of extra work filling out forms for everything. Difficult to work with corporate staff. Feels like the senior management make us do a lot of reports and extra work for no reason other than they want to know something that doesn't pertain to the decision they are being asked to make.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire people at corporate that actually have customer service skills so they stop treating employees at the health plans like they are the enemy. They are often rude and downright meanspirited. It is very frustrating to deal with many of them.

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  2. 6 people found this helpful  

    IT Unraveled

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    Current Employee - IT Professional
    Current Employee - IT Professional

    I have been working at Molina Healthcare

    Pros

    A deep-seated belief that the owners are committed to their mission statement however they seem to be shielded from the truth.

    Cons

    IT CIO: calculating, unqualified, duplicitous, prejudiced, string-puller who has single-handedly undermined the character of the IT department by using preferential and unethical hiring practices.
    Before his arrival, the IT department was a melting-pot of cultures and ethnicities that reflects the true character of the “Molina Way”. Now, it's devolved into a dominant ethnic group and anyone outside of this circle is devoid of any opportunities unless you've compromised your integrity and are willing to carry out, in some cases, unethical and possibly illegal practices.

    He is costing the company a lot of money by deliberately championing low business-value projects with hidden costs that exposes the business to more risks. In this time of economic crisis when the US workforce is at the highest level of unemployment, Molina IT has contributed to the unemployment rate by 'laying off' long-standing, Molina-loyal employees with the subterfuge that the Molina IT department was over budget. Ironically, these employees were efficient, dedicated and cost-effective in contrast with the H1B, onsite and offshore consultants that were hired to replace them immediately afterwards. Molina as an organization has acquiesced on sending almost all of its job opportunities overseas and by hiring mainly H1B visa holders for these positions.
    It's shocking that Molina, being a steward of the State and Federal funds, chooses to send our “nickels” to hire predominantly non-US citizens.

    This hiring practice is based on the fact that the H1B employees and onsite/offshore consultants will assume a submissive role and carryout any directive without question or without regard of the ethical consequences and also because of the risk of losing their visa sponsorship if they were to do so otherwise.

    Corporate leadership has turned a blind-eye for the sake of the bottom-line in spite of the costs they have incurred to their morals, dignity and integrity.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The executive team has a fiduciary responsibility to investigate these actions.

    Doesn't Recommend
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