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Centene Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Centene employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Centene has a diversity rating of 3.9.

All answers shown come directly from Centene Reviews and are not edited or altered.

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2 English questions out of 2

12 February 2022

Does there seem to be diversity at Centene?

Pros

Centene finally got into the 21st Century by ditching their previous and unshakeable stance on prohibiting remote work - too bad it took a pandemic and labor market shift (and "great resignation") to make it happen. Great benefits, good pay, value on diversity and recently adopted flexible work arrangements. Lots of career growth opportunity for younger workers.

Cons

Centene has always had a culture of hierarchy rules, promoting based on relationships rather than performance and accomplishments, and overlooking older employees' contributions. Some of it is getting better, but ageism is still extremely prevalent, especially when it comes to promotional or career opportunities.

Great benefits, good pay, value on diversity and recently adopted flexible work arrangements.

12 February 2022

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23 February 2022

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Centene?

Pros

Adopted a remote working environment

Cons

* IT leadership is laughable and continues to be promoted while the workers do not. * Zero diversity in IT leadership (All or most managers and above are non people of color). * There has been no mention of a cost of living increase for current employees to align with the rising cost of inflation. *Company continues to acquire companies and have meetings about how well the company is doing financially, but employees are getting very small merit increases. Slap in the face. *IT continues to lose good people. *Employees are consistently shifted between managers. *Processes do not exist. *Leadership wants to go to a SAFe environment but hasn’t master Agile on a small scale.

Advice to Management

No because they do not listen.

Zero diversity in IT leadership (All or most managers and above are non people of color).

23 February 2022

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