Diversity

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Cultivate Uniqueness

At Humana, we see diversity as the reality of the world we live in, and inclusion is what we hope to achieve with it.

We strive to create an inclusive culture. Inclusion is an attitude and a mindset that enables us to create a meaningful work environment where our associates feel welcome and safe to be their true selves. Through Humana’s inclusive environment, we support and encourage our people to maximize their potential, and bring their A-game to work every day.

We see the diversity within our own organization as a business imperative. It is the abundance of experiences and perceptions—the unique characteristics, backgrounds, and beliefs of our associates—that drive the innovative and strategic thinking which gives Humana our competitive edge in a diverse marketplace. Humana embraces the diversity of the communities and consumers we serve, and we reflect that in our commitment to our people.

Learn more about how we are moving forward.

Read our 2016-17 Inclusion & Diversity Annual Report (link opens in new window)

Diverse Talent

We aspire to create an inclusive and diverse workforce to enhance the well-being and experience of our associates at Humana. In doing so, we seek out and engage with other organizations who share a similar commitment.

  • National Black MBA Association
  • National Society of Hispanic MBAs
  • Black Achievers Program
  • Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT)
  • The Consortium
  • Hispanic Associates on Corporate Responsibility (HACR)

Veteran's initiative

Humana prides itself on having a noble purpose to help millions of Americans achieve lifelong well-being. We’re also proud of another noble purpose to be one of the companies across the nation committed to putting 1,000,000 veterans and military spouses back to work. This is a companywide initiative being embraced as it honors our service men and women, and their families, for the sacrifices they’ve made for our country.

Visit our Veterans Talent Network

People with disabilities

As Humana continues to demonstrate a commitment to Inclusion & Diversity, we embrace opportunities to help people achieve lifelong well-being in every aspect of who they are and what they do. We aspire to drive awareness and understanding of the successes and challenges faced by applicants, colleagues, family, and friends with disabilities and chronic health issues. Humana launched a Network Resource Group for people with disabilities called ACCESS in 2017.

Community involvement

Humana pursues several multicultural initiatives in the communities where our associates live. These include the YMCA Black Achiever’s Program, Habitat for Humanity, Project BUILD and our partnership with the National Council of La Raza.

Awards and recognition

Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index — Humana score: 100

The HRC’s CEI report, released each fall, provides an in-depth analysis and rating of large U.S. employers and their policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender associates.

Humana named in Top 50 Companies for Diversity by DiversityInc in 2018

Humana was recognized on DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity list due to the enhancements that we have made on our Inclusion & Diversity journey over the past few years.

Military recognitions

Humana earned a spot in DiversityInc's specialty list, the 2018 Top 18 Companies for Veterans. We also earned:

  • 2018 Military Friendly Top Ten Gold Employer – ranked #4 overall by GI Jobs
  • GI Jobs – 2018 Military Friendly Spouse Employer
  • GI Jobs – 2018 Military Friendly Supplier Diversity
  • Military Times – 2018 Best for Vets

Humana workforce facts

As of 2017

Gender

61% of management/supervisory roles are held by women

25% of senior leadership roles are held by women

79% of new hires in 2013 were women

74% of associates are women

Race/Ethnicity

43% of associates are people of color

25% of management/supervisory roles are held by people of color

15% of senior leadership roles are held by people of color

15% of 2016 new hires were people of color

Age/Generations

1% of associates are New Millennials.

43% of associates are in Generation X.

19% of management/supervisory roles are held by Original Millennial associates.

52% of senior leadership roles are held by Gen X associates.

53% of management/supervisory roles are held by Gen X associates.

Traditionalists (1922-1945) | Baby Boomers (1946-1964) | Generation X (1965-1980) | Original Millennials (1981-1994) | *New Millennials (1995-2000)

 

*Recent research indicates that enough significant social and cultural differences exist to suggest a divide in the Millennial generation.

Supplier diversity

Humana is committed to maintaining a diverse supplier base that is reflective of our associates, our consumers, and the communities we serve.

Equal Opportunity Employers

It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, and promote people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or veteran status, except where age, sex, or physical status is a bona fide occupational qualification.

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