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HR Project - Molina Healthcare

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Transcript of HR Project - Molina Healthcare

My Do
Molina Healthcare Profile
HR Challenges
About us
Founded in 1980 by Dr. C. David Molina
J. Mario Molina is the current President and CEO
Molina Healthcare is a FORTUNE 500, multi-state healthcare organization
Smiling doctors and patients
Mission Statement
"Our mission is to provide quality health services to financially vulnerable families and individuals covered by government programs. Everything we do is based on making sure members have access to high quality care in an environment they can trust."
Molina Medical Clinics
provides quality and cost-effective Medicaid-related solutions to meet the health care needs of low-income families
Molina Health Plans
serve approximately 1.9 million members
Molina Medicaid Solutions
provide business processing and information technology administrative services to Medicaid agencies in several states
Management
J. Mario Molina, MD
President and Chief Executive
Officer of Molina Healthcare, Inc.
John C. Molina, JD
Chief Financial Officer
Terry Bayer, JD, MPH
Chief Operating Officer for Molina Healthcare, Inc.
Jeff D. Barlow
Senior Vice President,
General Counsel and Secretary
Molina Businesses
Director of Training and Development
Why did you choose HR as your profession?
Our Assessment of How The Challenges Can Be Met
How does one accommodate the changes in methods of learning for the new generation while making sure everyone is engaged?
Susan Acosta
Because HR gives me the ability to make significant impact on the organization and ultimately, the customers
What do you see as the biggest challenge for HR and the organization?
To accommodate to the changes in methods of learning for the new generation and to make sure everyone is engaged
What can you see to be done to meet the challenge(s)?
We have to stay open, flexible and aware
Be up-to -date with new learning methods and technology
Use flexible methods such as on-the-job or off-the-job training for employees convenience
Use electronic media and technology-based to deliver training
Director of Talent Development
Jill Nefkens
Why did you choose HR as your profession?
I started to pursue in-house HR positions, and I developed my career that way. I was in the right place at the right time.
What do you see as the biggest challenge for HR and the organization?
What can you see to be done to meet the challenge(s)?
Finding ways to balance the needs and wants of an organization and employees as the demographic changes
We can meet the challenges by being attuned, attentive, and also be very flexible
Our Assessment of How The Challenges Can Be Met
What are the possible ways to balance the needs and wants of an organization and employees as the demographic changes?
Incorporate cultural education and diversity issue programs to educate employees on changes in the workplace
Allow employees to voice their concerns by creating employees involvement programs
Director of Recruiting
Kelli Koontz
Why did you choose HR as your profession?
I found an interest in ensuring that the company was administering procedures consistence across the organization, as well as the employee relation's side of HR
What do you see as the biggest challenge for HR and the organization?
What can you see to be done to meet the challenge(s)?
To present the opportunities for the employees in the organization in a way that make them want to come and work, and be a part of our team
We have to look at our competitors and see what they're doing and do it better
Our Assessment of How The Challenges Can Be Met
How do we ensure that HR are presenting the organization in a way that attracts potential employees? How can we identify what other competitors are doing?
Understand the importance of recruitment and retention
Create an effective recruitment message
Develop a recognition program
Set up a compensation system to reward employees
Use a benchmarking concept to compare ourselves to the competitors
Mahn Mai
Maria Velazquez
Jenelle Soller
Christy Le
References
Fried, B.J., & Fottler, M.D. (2011).
Fundamentals of Human Resources in Healthcare.
(3rd ed.).
Molina Healthcare.
(n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.molinahealthcare.com/
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