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 3.8.

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

Does there seem to be diversity at Centene?

66 English reviews out of 66

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24 February 2021

Pros

401k and stock options , Pay, Friendly coworkers , bonus,

Cons

Not much training, disorganized, no work from home, a lot of favoritism, work a lot of extra hours with no additional pay if you are salary.

Not much training, disorganized, no work from home, a lot of favoritism, work a lot of extra hours with no additional pay if you are salary.

24 February 2021

Reviewed by: Business Analyst in Saint Louis, MO (Current Employee)

11 October 2020

Pros

Pay, internal opportunities, diversity and inclusion

Cons

Corporate culture, professional dress, appearances matter more than actual work product

Pay, internal opportunities, diversity and inclusion

11 October 2020

Reviewed by: Analyst (Current Employee)

21 December 2020

Pros

Pros: huge company with potential to grow within, excellent pay, great benefits

Cons

Cons: certain departments foster a "Karen" culture, needs to be more diversity and inclusion in ALL departments within the company

Cons: certain departments foster a "Karen" culture, needs to be more diversity and inclusion in ALL departments within the company

21 December 2020

Reviewed by: Project Coordinator II (Former Employee)

8 December 2020

Pros

- Switched to WFH quickly when the pandemic started - Salary is great

Cons

- No diversity in executive leadership - Racism in the commercial segment - Collaboration is difficult with internal partners - Corporate has a very stiff mentality (i.e. business professional dress [no jeans or sneakers ever], no carry over of vacation time even during the pandemic when people were not able to take a proper vacation, no flexibility to WFH until pandemic started)

Advice to Management

You are losing out on top talent by not having a more lax mentality on simple things. Let employees that work at the corporate office wear jeans and sneakers on Fridays, allow for WFH a couple days a week, and show more diversity in your executive leadership. The extracurricular "diversity" groups are far from diverse and are not promoted within the organization across the board. I was here almost a year before I found out about them. It's the little things that make a happy employee and attract and retain top talent.

No diversity in executive leadership

8 December 2020

Reviewed by: Risk Analyst in Chicago, IL (Current Employee)

15 March 2021

Pros

Pretty decent benefits package for full-time perm. employees. Definitely an inclusive work environment and corporate culture conducive to LGBTQ communities, women, people living with disabilities, etc.

Cons

There's an undercurrent of major transition going on, making things difficult to speculate on. But this is just one of those times for most.

Advice to Management

Listen to your people.

Definitely an inclusive work environment and corporate culture conducive to LGBTQ communities, women, people living with disabilities, etc.

15 March 2021

Reviewed by: Lead Document Management Associate in Woodland Hills, CA (Current Employee)

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