Humana Recognized As the Top Military-Friendly Employer in the United States by Viqtory Media

Originally published at press.humana.com. Humana ranked No. 13 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.

 

On Nov. 11, Humana Inc. announced that it has been named the No. 1 Military Friendly Employer in the nation in the large company category by Viqtory Media for the second year in a row.

“Humana is deeply honored to have again been ranked as the top Military Friendly Employer in the nation,” said Brent Densford, President, Humana Military. “Humana not only takes an immense amount of pride in being a TRICARE administrator and serving the health and well-being needs of six million military members, retirees and their families, but also in being a top employer for veterans and military spouses. As an organization, we are committed to serving those who serve, whether it be through our government partnerships or through direct employment of military members.”

Since launching the Veterans Hiring Initiative in 2011, Humana has hired more than 6,100 veterans and military spouses.

This is the second year in a row that Humana has been named the #1 Military Friendly Employer in the nation in the large company category, the first time in the award’s history that any company has achieved this honor. Additionally, Viqtory Media also ranked Humana in the top ten on their list of Military Friendly Spouse Employers and gave it a Military Friendly Supplier Diversity Rating.

Humana has a longstanding history of supporting the military community through the TRICARE health program. The company has been a proud partner of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) for 25 years, where it has administered the TRICARE program for military members, retirees and their families in the 32-state East Region. Since their partnership with the DHA began in 1996, Humana has worked tirelessly to create better health outcomes and simpler experiences for TRICARE beneficiaries, while supporting DHA’s mission of a medically ready force.

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