At Cigna, our 37,000 employees represent different cultures, beliefs and values, and we take an active, affirmative approach to ensure an appreciation of our individual and collective experiences, different ways of thinking and diverse communication styles. Cigna’s Leadership Team recognizes that individual differences represent a mosaic of opportunities, and diversity and inclusion as a long-term business strategy will help enable the future success of the company. Maintaining an open, welcoming environment, encourages a truly healthy workplace that improves the well-being of everyone whose life we touch around the globe – our employees, customers, business partners, and in the communities in which we serve.
After all, at Cigna we recognize the whole person and define diversity in all of the ways we are different. This includes the traditional definitions of race, color, religion, gender, age, veteran or military status, national origin, ancestry, disability and citizenship, and extends also to non-traditional differences, such as work styles, preferred languages, education levels, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, marital status, domestic partner status, status with regard to public assistance, pregnancy (to include childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), and more.
One of the ways that we support this open and welcoming environment is through our employee-led Colleague Resource Groups and Business Leadership Councils, where employees meet regularly to discuss ground-level concerns of specific demographics, such as individuals with disabilities, women, LGBT individuals, and Millennials (young adults), to name a few. Just in the past few years, Cigna Colleague Resource Groups have launched initiatives that increase the understanding of particular needs within our customer segments – as with the Hispanic Colleague Resource Group Whitepaper which was developed to help doctors and their staff to better understand the cultural and health needs of our Hispanic customers.
And we have the awards to show how Cigna is advancing our diverse approach, ahead of our competitor peers.
|National Business Group on Health Honors Cigna With "Innovation in Advancing Healthy Equity" Award
Cigna was one of just six companies honored by the National Business Group on Health with their Innovation in Advancing Health Equity Award for ongoing commitment to promote health equity and reduce health care disparities in the workplace.
Two years running, Cigna scored a perfect 100% on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index and has been named a “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation
- Cigna was named by Latino Magazine among the Top 100 Companies providing the most opportunities for Latinos
- Cigna was selected by Military Times as being one of the best companies to work for
- Cigna was honored by The Connecticut Chapter of The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) as the recipient of the Destino Corporate Award
- And Cigna was awarded the Vision Award by the Urban League of Philadelphia
At the end of the day, Cigna's promise is to understand and nurture everyone’s individual strengths to help them achieve what matters most in their life.
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