Highmark Health Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Highmark Health 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.

Highmark Health has a diversity rating of 4.

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

Does there seem to be diversity at Highmark Health?

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10 November 2020

Pros

Salary and bonus incentive for management are competitive

Cons

Bloated, top heavy executive team that has zero alignment on shared goals. Executives are encouraged to micromanage and utilize threats to push employees. Facade of caring about diversity and inclusion where reality is HR leader perpetuates favoritism and borderline illegal hiring/internal development protocols. New enterprise living health goal is a failure with leaders publicly denouncing the idea. No respect or signs of understanding for employees struggling with current working arrangements

Advice to Management

Stop promoting inept managers. Stop rewarding leaders that threaten their workers if they don’t score high on Gallup. Stop seeking leaders that do not communicate with team

Facade of caring about diversity and inclusion where reality is HR leader perpetuates favoritism and borderline illegal hiring/internal development protocols.

10 November 2020

Reviewed by: Director in Pittsburgh, PA (Current Employee)

2 June 2021

Pros

Benefits are good, flexible, flexible schedule and salaries are good

Cons

Culture is not good it is to political. Departments and teams are very compartmentalized resulting in internal disorder. Very very top heavy with management. Management to worried about diversity and inclusion and not focusing on internal talent. Also focusing on bringing in outside talent rather than promoting from within.

Advice to Management

Rethink structure and organization to many areas are set up as own little empires and do do cooperate across departments.

Management to worried about diversity and inclusion and not focusing on internal talent.

2 June 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Decision Support Consultant in Pittsburgh, PA (Former Employee)

9 February 2021

Pros

I love it, great place for diversity and working your way up in your career field or different areas!

Cons

No down sides that I have encountered at all

I love it, great place for diversity and working your way up in your career field or different areas!

9 February 2021

Reviewed by: Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (Current Employee)

4 January 2021

Pros

diversity, work balance and life balance

Cons

trust issue and lot of lay off

Advice to Management

hire only as much as you require

diversity, work balance and life balance

4 January 2021

Reviewed by: Consultant (Former Employee)

17 October 2020

Pros

Health benefits, plenty of work, diversity is improving. Salaries for women are still not on par with men.

Cons

Treated as a non-employee, no bonuses although you work toward same goals as the department you support.

Health benefits, plenty of work, diversity is improving.

17 October 2020

Reviewed by: Executive Assistant (Current Employee)

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