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Anonymous shared this review of Humana, United States on Oct 9th, 2020
"You must do your networking as much (or more) than men to make sure people know who you are if you want to move around the company to other positions. Your resume alone is not enough. "
Anonymous shared this review of Humana, United States on May 28th, 2020
"Although there are many female leaders in mid-senior level management. The women in power do not support other women either peers or below unless you are their girlfriend. Even though I've seen more backstabbing between women than any other workplace."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana, United States on May 8th, 2020
"Although you may be able to get an opportunity at this company. Don't expect to be treated fairly by other women in positions of power."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on Dec 12th, 2018
"Job opportunities in various states Travel and training working face to face with members"
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on Dec 11th, 2018
"Humana does not support employees with disabilities. Used to be more flexible. Very dependent on department. Extremely stressful environment. Did not receive a raise at all in the several years I worked there."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on Apr 17th, 2018
"There is a lot of room for growth, depending on who you talk too but some feel that because they were a woman, that they were looked down upon and not given opportunities like the men"
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on Mar 7th, 2018
"You should apply if you see a position you're interested in--Humana is a great place to work and to see your talents develop & flourish!"
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on Feb 21st, 2018
"Be careful who to trust. Get a feel for the political landscape."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on May 9th, 2017
"There are great opportunities to grow your career in this company. Its focus on employee wellbeing in recent years is beginning to translate into better health for many. It's difficult as a woman in the company to see ways forward into leadership. There are so few women in top leadership jobs."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on May 6th, 2017
"More advancement opportunities against if in office. Work life balance can be tough depending on department. less opportunities if WAH but great option for those who want it. Not all departments offer WAH roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on May 4th, 2017
"Work life balance is good in most departments. There are flex schedules, part time or full time work at home depending on the role."
Anonymous shared this review of Humana on May 3rd, 2016
"Opportunities for promotion and mentoring; fair compensation; fun and inclusive culture; could be more diverse"