The 113-year-old insurer focuses on developing—and keeping—its talent. Every year, the company invests half its general and administrative budget in its workforce, making available opportunities like one-on-one career coaching, digital skills training, and professional advancement programs. For example, employees who want to pursue a career in tech and app development at the company are invited to apply to a local coding school. Mutual of Omaha will cover the cost of tuition and materials, and offer them a job at the other end. Managers, meanwhile, go through in-depth accountability training, focused particularly on leading diverse and inclusive workforces. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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