Diversity and Inclusion

At Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) we support an environment where all employees feel valued, empowered and recognized for their unique talents, perspectives and differences. Our Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) embeds a commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout all areas of the company, from how we hire, manage and interact with employees, to how we serve our customers and provide for our communities.

We strive to maintain an inclusive work environment where all employees experience equity. Employees know when they come to work each day they will be treated fairly and with the respect they deserve. We see our organization as one united by our differences and empowered by the strengths each employee brings to the table.

Diversity and Inclusion Annual Profile

To learn more about HCSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I) and the impact a diverse and inclusive workforce has on our enterprise, we are pleased to provide a window into our culture through the D&I Annual Profile. The Annual Profile highlights our award-winning programs and initiatives, while providing transparency into the diversity of our workforce and demonstrating alignment with our business priorities.

Read the 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Profile

Read the 2017 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Profile

Read the 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Profile

Awards and Recognition

HCSC is very proud to have received external recognition for efforts related to diversity and inclusion. These awards and recognitions further increase our diversity footprint in the marketplace:

  • Human Rights Campaign Foundation: Awarded 100% on the Corporate Equality Index – Best Places to Work
  • Disability:IN: Awarded 100% on the Disability Equality Index
  • Forbes: Best Employers for Diversity and Best Employers for Women
  • G.I. Jobs: Military Friendly Employers Designation and Bronze Status

View a full list of HCSC's awards and recognitions.

Employee Groups

HCSC Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are an integral part of our organization and provide a meaningful way for our employees to remain engaged in our D&I strategy. The BRGs assist in driving our business objectives by operating in a strategic framework that promotes alignment, consistency and structure within the organization.

Our nine Business Resource Groups have 44 chapters throughout the company. They are:

  • African Americans in Motion (AAIM)
  • Asian American Business Resource Group (AABRG)
  • Engaging Millennial Energy to Recognize Growth Enterprisewide (EMERGE)
  • In-Abled
  • Latinos for Advancement (LA)
  • Pride Alliance
  • Native Americans in Progress (NAIP)
  • Supporters of Military Veterans (SMVH)
  • Women Improving the Strength of the Enterprise (WISE)

Our Employee Networks enhance the engagement of our workforce through social gatherings, events and activities organized around an affinity, talent or common interest. We currently have three Employee Networks operating enterprisewide:

  • The Diversity Forum
  • Europa 
  • Voices of Diversity  

STEAM Programming

Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) education and careers are vital aspects of our community and our business. The CDI’s Academic Relations team focuses on identifying and leveraging STEAM programs and partnerships across the enterprise that are valuable and effective. These programs and partnerships help impact communities and reduce education inequalities. They also provide youth with opportunities to pursue STEAM studies and careers. Some of our many programs and partners are:

  • Lumity STEAM Career Day
  • Lumity One-Day Innovation Challenge
  • Girl Scouts STEAM Career Day
  • Work-Study Program with Cristo Rey/ Christ the King Jesuit High Schools
  • TutorMate Innovations for Learning
  • UNCF STEM Scholarship

If you are interested in learning more about STEAM Careers at HCSC and becoming a part of our STEAM Talent Community, text “STEAM” to 33633. (Data rates may apply.)

Supplier Diversity

HCSC’s Corporate Supplier Diversity (CSD) department maximizes procurement opportunities for minority-owned, women-owned and other diverse companies. One of the primary goals of the CSD program is to promote diversity in the supply chain, thereby helping to create a positive economic impact in the very communities HCSC serves. Register to become a supplier or contact us with any questions about the supplier diversity information. If you are a diverse supplier looking to do business with HCSC, please visit the Supplier Diversity page for more information.