Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – October 20, 2016
Worked at corporate headquarters. Nepotism is rampid throughout the company. Most leaders/head of departments have received their title because they are married, related to, or friends of the Molina's. Myself and my team were repeatedly harassed by our manager. Multiple HR reports were filed but nothing was ever taken seriously. I left the company due to a hostile work environment.
Productive place to work that provides alot of training
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 17, 2016
Typical day as MSR taking inbound calls at a fast pace while ensuring member's satisfaction concerning benefits, products, and claims. I've learned a lot about Medicaid and Marketplace, and I've also learned several medical terms when it comes to Claims. The hardest part was excepting a reduce in pay, and taking on more responsibility.
Given constructive feedback make sure job functions are carried out.
Clerical Support (HEDIS Project) (Former Employee) – 3000 Corporate Exchange, Columbus, OH – October 15, 2016
A typical day at work is: * Unlock box for edit slips, call-in slips & vacation forms
* Pick up previous day staffing schedule for Operating rm. staff - balance daily work hours in Kronos payroll system.
* Pick up 3-ring binders' for PACU & PreOp units - to balance & round off hours in payroll timekeeping system.
* Page staff members' regarding missed punches, etc. * Run absent reports' for managers' in all services units. * Organize personal & office files * Run reports for "shift differential" for three (3) units.
Learned: "How to manage my time" more effectively. Management: Learned their needs & how to better assist them.
Co-workers: Working together in all situations'.
Hardest part of the job: There are several shifts on the units', not always able to reach staff during my shift for questions about their punches at the time-clocks.
Enjoyable: Everyone is friendly & willing to assists each other.
Fast pace environment, unable to meet staff (225/each)
Appeals and Grievance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – September 27, 2016
Molina is a good place to work at. Its always room to grown within that company. I love it. You can also learn a lot and they are very diverse & flexible. I absolutely love working there. I encourage everyone to at least try it.
Member Services Representative (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – September 27, 2016
Company offers amazing benefits for employees and is a welcoming, friendly work environment. Molina Health Care is constantly hiring new employees and is open to hiring people with little experience but that show promise so they can train you into an amazing agent.
Coworkers great management however feels they are above reproach
Providers services for Idaho Maine west virginia (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – September 27, 2016
I worked for Molina for almost 4 years and loved it until a position came open that I had worked towards and I was the only one trained in that area and my performance was exceeding expectations yet I was told they would not fill that position and so I was not allowed to apply. Two days later they promoted new hire secretly and said it was business decision I say it was because I was qualified but over 40 and they would have had to pay me whereas they didn't the new hire
Forward thinking, employee supported, best company ive ever worked for.
Community Health Care Advocate (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – September 15, 2016
Great job out in the community working with employee members and helping them understand thier new benefits with Molina. they also were mu insurer during my own health problems and i was treated with respect and compasion at every turn.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – September 14, 2016
Started here 3 months ago. I like the location and the people but management in my department is s joke. Completely dysfunctional environment. Morale is very low. Some people are very helpful others either don't want to help or act like they don't know. HR is a joke too!
Claims Examiner (Former Employee) – Augusta, ME – September 11, 2016
Great benefits but micromanaged to death. Unfair unless you are one of the favored ones. Watched a lot of great workers leave over the years due to change in management. Claims manager only cares about herself. She will throw you under the bus if it benefits her or saves her butt. Corporate doesn't care about the employees well-being as long as they get numbers. Work environment is stressful and creates much need for taking "mental health days." HR is a joke and no help to employees.