The Human Rights Campaign Foundation named Aetna to its “2013 Best Places to Work” list for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees. Aetna has earned this designation every year since the index was introduced in 2001.
DiversityComm Inc.’s U.S. Veterans Magazine has named Aetna to its Top 100 Veteran-Friendly Companies list for 2012.
Aetna received a 2012 Platinum Award as "Best Employer for Healthy Lifestyles" from the National Business Group on Health, the second consecutive year Aetna earned the honor. The award recognizes companies for their ongoing commitment to promoting healthy work environments and encouraging workers to live healthier lifestyles.
Aetna was named to the G.I Jobs 2011 Military Friendly Employers List, an annual survey conducted by G.I Jobs magazine that recognizes the strength of company military recruiting efforts. More than 5,000 companies competed for inclusion on the G.I Jobs top 100 list.
Aetna earned the No. 22 spot on Training Magazine’s List of the Top 125 Training Companies in 2011. Training ranks applications from the leading companies around the world for their excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs.
The CEO Roundtable on Cancer recognized Aetna in 2009 with CEO Cancer Gold Standard accreditation for its commitment to improving the health of employees and their families.
Computerworld has selected Aetna as one of the top 100 work environments for technology professionals in 2009 . Aetna was named to the list in 2008, 2006, 2005, 2003-2000.
Aetna has been ranked 48th by BusinessWeek in its 2008 "Best Places to Launch a Career." Aetna is the only health insurer on the Top 50 list in 2008.
Aetna was one of eight Connecticut employers recognized by Connect-Ability in 2008 as one of the Top Employers for People with Disabilities.
Aetna in 2007 was recognized as a "5-Star Employer" by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense, for going "above and beyond" federal laws relating to employment and reemployment of workers who volunteer in the Guard and Reserve.
Aetna was named one of the Top 500 Entry Level Employers for 2007 by CollegeGrad.com
In 2006, Aetna received the U.S. Secretary of Labor's New Freedom Initiative Award for use of public-private partnerships to increase employment opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities.