I have been working at Humana full-time for more than a year
Humana is a great company to work for with many perks. I don't feel micromanaged or pressured to take every single assignment. The salary is middle of the road good, and the benefits are excellent... compared to most places I have worked. About half the staff were working from home before the pandemic, so very employee centered. Many of the employees have been working here for years (if not decades), so apparently Humana keeps doing something right to retain them. Medical is standard HDHP or Copay with a noticeably lower monthly cost than most places (its their own insurance of course). HSA is offered for the HDHP, but not much matching there compared to other companies (lower premiums probably make up the difference). Dental and Vision are pretty standard across the board. They have an excellent 401k match of 125% up to 6% of your annual salary contributions. I've never seen a company go over 100%. Although you have to stay 2 years to get their match vested in your Charles Schwab account. Each year you get a bonus up to a certain percentage of your salary based on company performance. You are told this max percentage when you are offered the position. First year you are prorated, but then you get the full amount after that. My first bonus was nearly the top amount, so Humana is not short changing you there. Time off is pretty standard with PTO time (sick and vacation combined). You earn almost a day per pay period, but no increase until year 9. Flexibility though is offered by most supervisors for appointments, so you don't get nickel and dimed for every doctor, dentist, or pickup the kid from school time off. Generous bereavement leave of 5 days off per event.
There are not many, but a few nitpicks here and there. Salary increases are annual and determined based on work through December (although November this past year). Problem is that if you worked... there less than 6 months during the evaluation period, then no annual increase for you. They used to give raises that following March, but now it is July. I was just short my first year of hitting 6 months (as of this past November cutoff) and so I really won't get one until technically 2 years after starting here. Another issue I had was that their computer software is really locked down. Like software you have approved and installed on your computer will not take updates unless you get the admin password. This is fine for some products, but others have constant updates and are locked out from updating (and bug you constantly to update). You have to get IT to update the program for you if it is approved. And many times the software upgrade doesn't work (because it is locked down), so you then have to spend extra time get things fixed. This year they have this "Save a $1 Billion Dollars" campaign company wide. Sounds scarier than it was at the time (as that seems like layoff speak). This is because they had less enrollments than expected. Not that they lost enrollments mind you. So, just remember that this is a FOR profit health insurance company.
Advice to Management
I really have nothing to improve upon. Just keep up the good work and everything.