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2014-2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Workforce

In a recent survey, Humana’s associate engagement ranked in the 93rd percentile of companies administering Kenexa employee engagement surveys. This world-class level of engagement reflects the fact that our workforce is at the heart of everything we do, and we continuously strive to make working at Humana even better.

Workforce at humana

Workforce at a glance

  • Total workforce by gender
        Total associates
    As of 12/31/2014 Women  40,926
      Men  15,357
    As of 12/31/2015 Women  36,821
      Men  13,253

    Note: Humana does not have historical data of contingent (supervised) workers.

  • Associates by gender, age group and minority group membership (2014)
      Board of Directors Management Non-management Administrative Non-administrative
    Women 1 3,091 13,627 613 17,524
    Men 9 2,015 6,493 107 4,395
    <30 yrs. old 0 177 1,798 216 5,158
    30 yrs. – 50 yrs. old 0 3,286 12,583 290 11,273
    >50 yrs. old 10 1,643 5,739 214 5,488
    Member of an ethnic minority group 1 1,307 5,519 219 12,608
    Not a member of an ethnic minority group 9 3,799 14,601 501 9,311

    Note: The numbers presented above are as of December 31 of the indicated year and do not include contigent (supervised) workers.

  • Associates by gender, age group and minority group membership (2015)
    Board of Directors Management Non-management Administrative Non-administrative
    Women 1 3,282 14,309 557 18,608
    Men 9 2,074 6,548 88 4,514
    <30 yrs. old 0 181 1,686 216 5,158
    30 yrs. – 50 yrs. old 0 1,715 6,083 214 5,488
    >50 yrs. old 10 3,460 13,088 290 11,273
    Member of an ethnic minority group 1 1,393 5,810 193 13,793
    Not a member of an ethnic minority group 9 3,963 15,047 452 9,329

    Note: The numbers presented above are as of December 31 of the indicated year and do not include contigent (supervised) workers.

  • Associates by contract and gender
        Full time Regular  Limited term  Part time
    Regular
    Variable staffing pool Total
     2014 Women 27,386 298 143 4,171 31,998
      Men 11,531 119 17 470 12,137
     2015 Women 29,455 384 154 5,093 35,086
      Men 12,019 128 15 551 12,713
    Note: Humana does not have historical data of contingent (supervised) workers.
  • Permanent associates by employment type and gender
        Full time Limited Term Part time Variable staffing pool
    As of 12/31/2014 Women  29,393  445 168 4,848
      Men  12,264  169 24  553
    As of 12/31/2015 Women  30,576  500  158  5,519
      Men  12,451  176  16  584
  • Workforce by location and gender
    State 2014 2015
    Alabama 143 193
    Women 109 154
    Men 34 39
    Arkansas 105 120
    Women 80 97
    Men 25 23
    Arizona 2,684 2,620
    Women 1,782 1,733
    Men 902 887
    California 494 557
    Women 256 304
    Men 238 253
    Colorado 200 218
    Women 157 171
    Men 43 47
    Connecticut 168 160
    Women 142 134
    Men 26 26
    Washington D.C. 8 7
    Women 6 2
    Men 2 5
    Delaware 9 13
    Women 5 9
    Men 4 4
    Florida 10,626 11,183
    Women 8,263 8,770
    Men 2,363 2,413
    Georgia 672 696
    Women 503 533
    Men 169 163
    Hawaii 17 17
    Women 10 12
    Men 7 5
    Iowa 75 99
    Women 55 77
    Men 20 22
    Idaho 35 38
    Women 27 32
    Men 8 6
    Illinois 878 945
    Women 673 726
    Men 205 219
    Indiana 616 804
    Women 505 645
    Men 111 159
    Kansas 281 322
    Women 241 272
    Men 40 50
    Kentucky 13,328 13,712
    Women 8,415 8,719
    Men 4,913 4,993
    Louisianna 603 633
    Women 508 537
    Men 95 96
    Massachusetts 128 146
    Women 95 105
    Men 33 41
    Maryland 47 47
    Women 40 38
    Men 7 9
    Maine 35 35
    Women 26 24
    Men 9 11
    Michiga 168 186
    Women 117 139
    Men 51 47
    Minnesota 164 166
    Women 115 119
    Men 49 47
    Missouri 168 204
    Women 134 169
    Men 34 35
    Mississippi 115 137
    Women 84 109
    Men 31 28
    Montana 19 18
    Women 13 12
    Men 6 6
    North Carolina 666 712
    Women 586 627
    Men 80 85
    North Dakota 3 4
    Women 3 4
    Nebraska 23 24
    Women 18 20
    Men 5 4
    New Hampshire 14 15
    Women 12 13
    Men 2 2
    New Jersey 484 495
    Women 404 418
    Men 80 77
    New Mexico 33 35
    Women 22 24
    Men 11 11
    Nevada 68 69
    Women 45 47
    Men 23 22
    New York 1732 2060
    Women 1505 1786
    Men 227 274
    Ohio 3,180 3,345
    Women 2,432 2,569
    Men 748 776
    Oklahoma 79 90
    Women 56 67
    Men 23 23
    Oregon 20 28
    Women 16 21
    Men 4 7
    Pennsylvania 230 277
    Women 164 208
    Men 66 69
    Puerto Rico 559 577
    Women 369 381
    Men 190 196
    Rhode Island 4 4
    Women 3 3
    Men 1 1
    South Carolina 260 266
    Women 206 212
    Men 54 54
    South Dakota 20 25
    Women 18 23
    Men 2 2
    Tennessee 562 646
    Women 453 528
    Men 109 118
    Texas 3,167 3,172
    Women 2,462 2,492
    Men 705 680
    Utah 99 97
    Women 64 64
    Men 35 33
    Virginia 598 677
    Women 515 592
    Men 83 85
    Vermont 2 3
    Women 2 3
    Washington 184 194
    Women 148 153
    Men 36 41
    Wisconsin 4,005 3,795
    Women 2,926 ,2784
    Men 1,079 1,011
    West Virginia 85 93
    Women 64 72
    Men 21 21
    Wyoming 1 1
    Men 1 1
    Total 47,864 49,980

    Note: In 2014-15, less than one percent of Humana’s workforce is legally recognized as self-employed, or are individuals other than associates or supervised workers. All numbers presented above are as of December 31 of the indicated year.

  • Humana’s entry-level wage as a percentage of local minimum wage (2014)
    2014
    Women Men
    Arizona 304% 340%
    California 304% 335%
    Colorado 376% 427%
    Connecticut 381% 619%
    Florida 319% 338%
    Georgia 554% 645%
    Illinois 416% 473%
    Indiana 365% 383%
    Kansas 501% 630%
    Kentucky 399% 554%
    Massachusetts 298% 485%
    Michigan 337% 241%
    Missouri 386% 289%
    North Carolina 428% 322%
    New Jersey 431% N/A
    New York 340% 368%
    Ohio 307% 357%
    Pennsylvania 474% 393%
    Texas 358% 436%
    Virginia 407% 384%
    Wisconsin 357% 410%

    Note: Cells with an "N/A' and states that are not included in the above table did not have state minimum wage laws or did not have more than 100 associates working there as of December 31 of the indicated year.

  • Humana’s entry-level wage as a percentage of local minimum wage (2015)
    2015
      Women Men
    Arizona 292% 321%
    California 343% 364%
    Colorado 373% 481%
    Connecticut 402% 516%
    Florida 323% 355%
    Georgia 579% 669%
    Illinois 435% 497%
    Indiana 373% 401%
    Kansas 527% 650%
    Kentucky 403% 565%
    Massachusetts 320% 499%
    Michigan 362% 285%
    Missouri 410% 272%
    North Carolina 436% 373%
    New Jersey 451% N/A
    New York 350% 299%
    Ohio 301% 348%
    Pennsylvania 478% 493%
    Puerto Rico 257% 286%
    Texas 359% 459%
    Virginia 427% 413%
    Wisconsin 368% 420%
    Note: Cells with an "N/A' and states that are not included in the above table did not have state minimum wage laws or did not have more than 100 associates working there as of December 31 of the indicated year.
  • Rates of new associate hires and turnover 
        2014 2015
        <30 yrs old 30-50 yrs old 50+ yrs old <30 yrs old 30-50 yrs old 50+ yrs old
    Women Avg. headcount 3,216 15,825  9,021 3,604 17,092 9,389
      New hires 1,520  3,628 1,339 1,341 2,959 1,001
      Total terminations, retirements 680 1,919 1,142 915 2,293 1,245
    Men Avg. headcount 1,506 6,928 3,446 1,634 7,270 3,527
      New hires 617 1,154 371 540 906 234
      Total terminations, retirements 273 827 424 368 870 458

    Note: Humana does not keep historic data for supervised associate totals. The numbers presented above do not include contigent (supervised) workers.

 

Variations in employment

Humana saw some seasonality in our workforce in 2014 and 2015 – namely because of staffing changes that occurred in preparation for open enrollment. In 2015, Humana’s sale of our then wholly owned subsidiary, Concentra, also had an impact on the associate count.

Workforce Various Charts