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BCBSNC Workplace

What's it Like at BCBSNC?

We're Diverse

We cultivate diversity in our workforce, our suppliers and our community. We believe diversity enriches the workplace, adds to our competitive advantage and encourages creative business solutions.

Our employee networks help support diversity and professional development for those who work at BCBSNC:

  • AABEN - African American/Black Employee Network
  • GBEN - Golden Blues Employee Network for the Boomer Generation
  • HABLA - Hispanic and Bilingual Learning Alliance
  • SEA Net - Support for Exceptional Abilities Network for people with disabilities
  • Spectrum - Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender employees and allies (LGBTA)
  • WEN - Women's Employee Network
  • YoPro - Young Professionals

We maintain a work environment that provides all individuals with the opportunity to work free from discrimination. Read more about our commitment to diversity, equal employment and affirmative action.

We're Ethical

BCBSNC values its employees' commitment to ethics and integrity. We were named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies in 2012 by Ethisphere, an international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability.

We're Greener

In 2009, we opened our first ecologically friendly office building. It uses 65% less energy and 50% less water than traditional office buildings.

We Give Back

Our work makes a difference for our customers each day, but we also work to impact the lives of our neighbors and communities. BCBSNC and its employees donate hundreds of thousands of dollars and thousands of hours to Habitat for Humanity, United Way, North Carolina food banks and many other community causes.

We Create a more Knowledgeable and Agile Workforce

Blue University, our internal training and development area, designed a curriculum methodology to create a more knowledgeable and agile workforce to maintain the organization's competiveness in the face of a changing industry.

This approach supports various learning needs, can be quickly updated as changes occur, incorporates competencies and interpersonal skill building as well as technical training, provides for flexible learning environments, and is consistent across business divisions, departments, and teams.

As a result, we've been recognized in the industry:

    • The ASTD Best Award recognizes organizations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success as a result of employee learning and development.
    • Chief Learning Officer (CLO) magazine's learning in Practice awards recognize industry leaders who have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of workforce learning and development programs.




BCBSNC in the Community

We're a leader in health services, the workplace and our community.

  • Greater Raleigh Chamber Pinnacle Business Awards - Rex Healthcare Wellness at Work, 2009
  • Habitat for Humanity - Over 750 employees contributed more than 3,000 hours
  • United Way - Over $925,000 contributed by BCBSNC and employees
  • Food Bank - Over 20,000 pounds of food donated
  • BCBSNC Foundation - $2 million grant distributed to NC Association of Free Clinics to help the unemployed and uninsured, plus $58 million in grants for NC communities