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Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk on Workplace Flexibility


If there’s one thing the Pandemic has shown corporations it’s that, for the most part, employees can do their jobs flexibly, effectively, and efficiently.  And now, people, across the globe are wanting and hoping to have more workplace flexibility.  This is why Centene changed its approach.  “Work the way that works best for you” while continuing to help the company transform healthcare, one person at a time.

Brandon B., Director in Talent Attraction, works from home when it makes sense but also makes his way into the office to be surrounded by peers for collaboration when he needs to.

Hear more from Brandon on what Centene’s approach to flexibility means to him.

At Centene, a collaborative, inclusive, and engaging work environment is a cornerstone of our culture. From hybrid schedules with a wide variety of personalized remote work options to relaxed attire (including jeans), work-life flexibility is critical for a purpose-driven company like ours.

Centene believes in supporting your life while enabling you to share your life’s work with your friends, families, and colleagues. Here are a few examples of the ways that Centene supports flexibility:

Schedule Flexibility -. Whether it is traffic patterns, daycare drop-off, or other things that pop up in life, Centene support flexible options to support our employee's needs. Employees work directly with their people leaders to set the schedule that works best for their lives and the business.

Office Flexibility - Future-focused talent hubs will be utilized to optimize collaboration and in-person engagement among teams. These talent hubs will evolve over time with enhanced technology, amenities, conference rooms, and in-person engagement spaces for a modern, flexible workforce. Employees work directly with their people leaders to identify the hybrid office flexibility that works best for them.

Dress Flexibility - Centene encourages our employees to dress for their day. Employees find themselves working in jeans one day and a suit the next. It all depends on the day and activities.

If this is how you think you would work best, join our Talent Community or search our jobs.

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