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Diversity and Inclusion
Rushmore is committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our business practices, from employees to customers and communities.
As an employer, we strive to maintain a culture that respects and appreciates individual differences, promotes equality and harnesses the power of collective wisdom. To do this, we’re focused on effectively sourcing talent, developing employees and fostering a workplace where diverse backgrounds and experiences are valued and considered foundational to our growth and success.
As of January, 2022, approximately 58% of our workforce are women and approximately 62% are minorities.
At Rushmore, we believe that our brand is built from the inside-out and is a direct reflection of our culture. We promote a positive work environment, treat each other with respect and are proud of the contributions each individual makes to the team. Across our organization, we believe in trust and open communication, innovative ideas and empowering employees to provide outstanding service and accurate, helpful information to customers who are often making important financial decisions.
Training and Development
Rushmore University develops and delivers educational programs to help employees improve job knowledge, skills and performance.
Courses are offered across a variety of delivery channels to accommodate diverse learning preferences and scheduling needs.
“Management encourages people to expand their skills and to seek out new responsibility, creating opportunities where they can fit the business.”
— Julia Clark
Senior Executive Assistant
“Rushmore is looking for individuals who go above and beyond their responsibilities and are able to find improvements within their work process. Rushmore is a company that highly values skill, mindset, and motivation and will reward those traits.”
— Andrew Chong
Cigna Coverage Transparency
This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.