At Humana, we are dedicated to ensuring that every business decision we make reflects our commitment to improving the health and well-being of our members, our associates, the communities we serve, and our planet. We consider our suppliers an extension of our company. Humana's Standards of Excellence outline our expectations of how our suppliers conduct business, and reflect our dedication to Healthy People, Healthy Planet and Healthy Performance.
Visit our Standards of Excellence page for more information.
Humana has had a formalized ethics code since 1995 and a commitment to ethics since its founding in 1961.
Today, associates complete ethics training when they join the company — and every year thereafter. They receive an ethics manual written by associates for associates and they have 24-hour access to the Ethics Help Line should questions or concerns arise.
Humana Government Business is a signatory member to the Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct, a voluntary, nonprofit organization that seeks to ensure that its members conduct business with the highest degree of integrity and honesty, while meeting special compliance risks established in contracting with the Department of Defense.
For more information on Humana's ethics or a copy of Humana's Ethics Every Day, see Humana's Corporate Governance website.
At Humana, we have a noble purpose: Lifelong well-being for everyone. But our dream of lifelong well-being is not simply a statement or a goal. It is a movement. Visit our Careers page to learn how you could be a part of our journey.
Humana has received several awards for our products, services, and business practices. Many of these awards recognize our commitment to providing guidance consumers can use to make healthcare and health benefits decisions with confidence.
Visit our Recognition page to view our awards and recognition.
Humana sponsors both Visiting Professors and students for the Urban League's national BEEP conferences.
The mission of this member organization is to provide a forum for sharing diversity initiatives, best practices, and resources.
In 2005, Humana hosted the quarterly Business Diversity Network (BDN) Forum. With an agenda titled "Workforce Planning Strategy: Infusing Diverse Talent and Leadership into Humana's Business," the forum shared ideas for creating a diverse workplace that fosters creativity and innovation.
INROADS is designed to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership. Established in 1970 in Chicago, Illinois, INROADS is now international, serving more than 5,500 interns at more than 600 companies.
Humana employs INROADS summer interns as well as INROADS alumni. In addition, Humana senior management serves on INROADS' board.
The Humana Foundation has given generously to this organization and a Humana associate serves on the board of directors.
Along with these discussion topics, Humana interns from the INROADS/Black Achiever Internship program participate in a panel to answer questions from the Project BUILD students. The INROADS and Black Achievers students share their experiences in college and in their summer internships at Humana. Humana hosts 15-20 Project BUILD students each year. In addition, the Humana Foundation has consistently supported the Lincoln Foundation since 1982.
This international cultural, education, and communications center is inspired by the ideals of its visionary founders, Muhammad and Lonnie Ali. The Ali Center is a place to explore the greatness that lies within you and the inspiration to pursue your potential.
The Ali Center's innovative and immersive visitor experience, educational and public programming, and global initiatives carry on Muhammad's legacy and continue his life's work. Much more than a place that tells the story of one man's journey, the Ali Center reaches beyond its physical walls to promote respect, hope, and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be.
The Humana Foundation has given generously to this organization, and a Humana associate serves on the board of directors.