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Enjoying an Off-Limits Career: Chris Cruzen and Launch Code

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July 26, 2016 | Express Scripts

Associate Program Analyst Chris Cruzen is enjoying his first year with the company. Having started as an intern working on Express Scripts’ Android app platform, he is now a full-time front-end web developer hammering out Javascript.

Cruzen’s career path however, has been anything but traditional. “I spent two years learning programming at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo., but the bills started weighing on me, so I left,” he said. “I worked on a few projects after leaving Rolla, but things really started happening when I found Launch Code.”

Launch Code is a nonprofit organization that helps place experienced programmers and other technical workers in positions that need their specific skillset.

“{When I started talking to Launch Code,} I was surprised at how simple and friendly the process to get involved was,” Cruzen said. “I actually found them in a Google search for St. Louis tech placement. At first, I was afraid to contact them because I felt I wasn’t prepared, but the process was really simple and easy – they really work with you and cater to your experience.”

After he registered online, Cruzen took an online aptitude test that consisted of timed coding tests and questions. A Launch Code representative then contacted him and interviewed him to learn more about his background and education.
“When it was all over, I was told that the Federal Reserve and Express Scripts were both looking for someone with my skillset,” he said. “After doing some research on the jobs, benefits etc., I chose Express Scripts. It was really amazing considering I had never worked for a corporation before.”

For anyone considering using Launch Code to find their career, Cruzen suggests “staying curious” about what you do and don’t be afraid to take the first step in contacting them, even if you don’t feel fully ready. “It’s really an inspiring program,” he said. “It allowed me to take a previously off-limits career path with a company that I believe is doing great things with technology and innovation.”

When not working, Cruzen enjoys traveling and taking road trips with friends. He also enjoys “taking things apart.” Some of his recent projects include disassembling and modifying an Xbox game console as well as building his own custom computer for speedy 3D modeling and gaming.

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July 25, 2016 | Express Scripts

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St. Louis Business Journal 30 under 30: Kyle Amelung Honored

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July 22, 2016 | Express Scripts

The St. Louis Business Journal has recognized Kyle Amelung as one of the region’s up-and-coming professionals. Kyle, a senior clinical consultant at Express Scripts, has been named to the publication’s 30 Under 30 list for 2016. The award recognizes future leaders who are making their mark in the St. Louis community through business and philanthropic efforts.

Kyle supports healthcare products for 17 health plan clients around the country representing five million patients. As a member of the Express Scripts Lab, he assists in piloting innovative clinical services to enhance value to patients and clients.

“In my role, I see how our work is making prescriptions safer for patients and saving money for our clients,” Kyle said. “It excites me to speak about our company’s products and solutions every chance I get.”

Kyle joined Express Scripts in 2014 as a specialist pharmacist at the Oncology Therapeutic Resource Center, where he counseled patients to help them understand how their decisions can lead to improved health and performed utilization reviews for patients’ chemotherapy.

Previously, Kyle was an inpatient pharmacy resident at Boston Medical Center, where he supported patient care in the emergency department during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. He holds a doctorate in pharmacy from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy and has additional management training from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Harvard Business School.

Kyle is also an adjunct faculty member at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy where in collaboration with St. Louis University’s School of Medicine, he helps develop strategies to improve patient safety and care outcomes.

“As a pharmacist in a non-traditional role, I have the opportunity every day to partner with my colleagues and peers in the industry to make a difference in our community and for patients across the country,” Kyle said.

Kyle’s involvement in the community focuses on giving back through his profession. He’s currently a member of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s Recent Graduate Committee, where he collaborates with the Alumni Association to organize educational and social events. He has also spoken to current pharmacy students through alumni panels at the College and has presented on the pharmacy profession at high school career days.

In addition, over the past two years, Kyle has led a team for the Make-A-Wish Foundation Walk for Wishes. In April, the team raised more than $2,000 for the cause.

With a long list of accomplishments, Kyle is just getting started, and he says his goal is to “never stop learning.”

“We work in a complicated industry, and I’m gaining a better sense of what drives our business success,” Kyle said. “I’ll continue to learn from my peers, as well as mentor pharmacy students and younger colleagues, so together, we can move our business forward and serve patients in the best way possible.”

Kyle was featured in the July 8 issue of the St. Louis Business Journal and was honored at an award reception on July 14.

Interested in an opportunity with Express Scripts? Go to careers.express-scripts.com to learn more about our cultur, and search and apply for jobs.

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July 18, 2016 | Express Scripts

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2016 Summer Internship Program

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July 12, 2016 | Express Scripts

When temperatures are on the rise and we look forward to all the fun that summer brings, my attention turns to one thing — interns!

As the Internship Program Manager, I spend months preparing for the 12-week summer intern program. The interns bring a refreshing level of energy and new ideas to Express Scripts, so we want to ensure we provide them with a valuable experience they can refer back to throughout their careers.

Express Scripts started the summer internship program in 2010 and has continued to grow every year. The 2016 class is our biggest yet with 130 interns across 11 locations.

This year we kicked off the program on May 16 with New Intern Orientation, which covered a detailed overview of our business and outlined events that interns will participate in throughout the summer.

During week two of the program, all interns attended the Intern Summit at our headquarters in St. Louis, MO. This two-day event included presentations on: Professionalism 101, an Introduction to Performance Management, Social Media Etiquette, an Ideation Session on Creative Thinking, Q&A with Recruiters, and two Executive Speaker Series: President and CEO, Tim Wentworth, and Vice President of Member & Home Delivery Services, Dan Mandoli.

In addition to Intern Summit presentations, we held social events including a welcome reception and a night out at the City Museum for interns, managers and their mentors. This was our first time hosting a social event at the City Museum, and it was a huge success!

After dinner, the entire museum was open for exploring. Our group didn’t shy away from the 10-story spiral slide, navigating the Enchanted Caves, and climbing the outdoor “Monstrosity” (including the abandoned plane), to name a few. It was wonderful to see employees from all areas of the business interacting and enjoying a St. Louis gem.

As the weeks go by, our interns are participating in more exciting events including our Intern Volunteer Day and Executive Speaker Series sessions with several of our senior leaders.

In the final weeks of the program, interns undergo their performance reviews and give a final presentation on the project or projects they worked on during their internship.

Interested in our 2017 Summer Internship Program? Be sure to keep an eye out for openings starting in September via careers.express-scripts.com!

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Guest Blogger, April Steiner, is the Internship Program Manager for the Express Scripts Summer Intern Program.

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July 6, 2016 | Express Scripts

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Shaping a Culture– Suzanna Jensen and Thrive

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June 29, 2016 | Express Scripts

It might have been enough pressure for Suzanna Jensen, Senior Manager, Well-Being, to be starting a new job in a new industry when she joined Express Scripts last November, but knowing she was hired to kick start an entirely new companywide health initiative for a nationwide healthcare company might have sent many others running for the door.

But Jensen isn’t “many others.”

“It was exciting to come in and be told, right off the bat, ‘We want you to help us change our culture.’ Wow,” she said. “It’s motivating to work for a company that is open to new ideas, especially from new employees.”

The ambition to be successful in her new role was fueled even further by the challenge of designing a program that made sense for all of the company’s 27,000 employees across the United States.

“The goal is to make sure our well-being program appeals to everyone,” Jensen said. “The effort that goes into building something like this isn’t so much about starting it, but building it the right way so that it’s a lasting, effective program.”

Building the program, she said, has been a team effort across various functions throughout the company. “The program wouldn’t be what it is without the collaboration of so many people across the organization, and diverse ideas and skills that everyone contributed.”

The result of the team’s efforts is the recently launched Thrive well-being program, which incentivizes employees to live healthier, more balanced lives. The program was built with the assistance of an external well-being vendor that helped develop an exclusive well-being portal accessible by employees on HR Express Way.

“We’re a company that exists to help make others healthier, so well-being is important to our culture, inside and out,” Jensen said. “We have big plans for Thrive, but we can’t rush it. It has to be a gradual change so that we can integrate it with our work environment this year and beyond. We want to keep the momentum going.”

And momentum has been high so far – Jensen said that she is excited that the program has “good initial bite” and that metrics have shown high employee participation at sites that usually drive employee well-being on a strictly local scale. “The fact that people are so excited about it is what’s driving it ahead,” she said.

“There’s a lot of opportunity here to help shape what we are and what we will look like in the future,” she continued. “Working on Thrive has been an honor and a great opportunity for personal growth, but working for a company that is open to new ideas and willing to make employee well-being a priority is really rewarding.”

Visit our career site to learn more about the benefits we offer: http://careers.express-scripts.com/why-work-here#total-rewards

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Colors of the Desert – Tempe Spotlight on Site

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June 20, 2016 | Express Scripts

When you think about the American desert, the colors that usually come to mind are light browns, sandstone reds, and maybe the spotty greens of cacti and brush.

However, the desert colors that the employees are most proud of at Express Scripts’ two Tempe, Arizona, sites are battleship gray, rescue orange, the various shades of camouflage, and of course red, white and blue. That’s because both Tempe sites process work for the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Tricare Program.

Our site on Priest Drive does Contact Center work and Front End prescription processing. The site on Hardy Drive includes a Fulfillment Center and has a small mail room for DOD Prescriptions.

Within the Front End processing center at Priest Drive, there are several unique teams not found anywhere else in the country:

  • DoD Specialty Team – Handles all specialty drugs for DoD members and beneficiaries
  • DoD Deployment Team – Processes prescriptions and arranges complex deliveries for deployed soldiers and embassy personnel all over the world…and beyond, including prescriptions for astronauts orbiting the earth on the International Space Station
  • Commercial Expatriate Team –Fills prescriptions and resolves issues for American expatriates all over the world, including on oil rigs in the middle of the ocean
  • DoD “PODs” – Innovative solutions team that specializes in outside-of-the-box solutions to fill complex prescriptions

Employees in Tempe have a unique place in the Express Scripts organization, serving the men and women who protect and serve our country at home and abroad.

The city of Tempe, itself, is a draw for many employees. It boasts mild winters, beautiful desert surroundings, the educational facilities and sports teams of Arizona State University, as well as the unique amenities, entertainment venues, restaurants and culture of a major college town.

Our Tempe teams take pride in their work, and we’re proud of them for all they do.

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Meet the IT Specialty Team

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June 3, 2016 | Express Scripts

Express Scripts’ Specialty Pharmacy has a critical job. They fill prescriptions and provide care for patients with difficult, critical or chronic conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and diabetes. This high-cost, high-touch health care space has unique technology needs, and fortunately, the company has a unique team within IT to help keep Specialty running.

IT Specialty is an exclusive team that supports the needs of the Specialty Pharmacy and Accredo functions. “Everything Specialty does is focused on patient care,” said Jason Weems, senior director of Specialty IT patient and physician experience. “There’s been a lot of time and focus spent on transforming Specialty and technology plays a big part of that.”

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With primary sites in Memphis, Orlando and Indianapolis, and leadership in Franklin Lakes and St. Louis, efficient communications and information sharing between sites, labs, fulfillment centers and nurses are the backbone of what Specialty does. “In two years, Specialty will be half of all client drug spending,” Weems said. “And nearly half of specialty patients have the option of choosing their pharmacy.

“So we’re not just supporting Specialty,” he continued, “What we do helps Express Scripts remain competitive by optimizing the patient and physician experience.”

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This aligned mindset and increased need for Specialty drugs is also why Specialty IT is hiring– many full time jobs will be added to the function soon.

His department is not only looking for people who can solve technical problems, but leaders and innovators who can drive change within IT. “We’re constantly implementing new technology for Specialty, and we want new ideas and fresh perspectives to help us stay at the forefront,” he said.

These fresh perspectives include:

  • Software Engineers (application development)
  • Design Specialists
  • Business System Analysts (to drive innovation)
  • IT Leadership

“We’re not just investing in the company here, but we’re investing in individuals – the patients – by supporting Specialty,” Weems said.

“The key to working in Specialty IT is knowing exactly why we do what we do, and that it’s so much bigger than fixing tech problems.”

 

Interested in an opportunity within IT? Go to careers.express-scripts.com to search jobs and apply.

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Moving Up With the Emerging Leader Series

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April 5, 2016 | Express Scripts

Danielle Rector, DoD Trend/QA Tech Supervisor, Tempe, Ariz.

Some might say that I’m enjoying a banner year. In the last 12 months, I’ve gotten married, graduated from the Emerging Leader Series (ELS) and successfully applied for a management role internally here at Express Scripts. But I also know firsthand not to take my recent success for granted.

In the past, other companies I worked for proved to be very frustrating. There was no way to move up or get leadership skills. When you don’t have the chance for development, it’s demotivating.

So, when I discussed my development and advancement goals with my supervisor in September 2014, I was elated to I find I was going to be nominated for the Emerging Leader Series (ELS), a rigorous personal development program that prepares high-potential employees for leadership roles.

I was very nervous at the beginning of the program, but when I met Juan Ramirez, who manages the program, he cracked me up and put me at ease. I was assigned development projects that gave me the chance to use the skills I was learning in my daily work. It also gave me the opportunity to network and collaborate with other employees in the program.

I also found that Emerging Leaders isn’t just for front-end employees like me – It’s open to all employees.

I was so comfortable in the program that I decided to accelerate my program timing and make it my personal development goal to complete the ELS in one year or less. I’m happy to say I met that goal when I graduated in September 2015.

Some of the things I learned really increased my self-awareness and made me rethink the way I approach my day-to-day tasks. I was a Subject Matter Expert for a new system during integration, but because I was always multitasking, the program taught me that I maybe wasn’t as approachable as I could have been. This lesson might have given others the impression that I felt my work was more important than their questions.

After the ELS, my next step was to keep a close eye on internal job postings. I knew there was a position that was opening for a Production Supervisor, so I checked for it every day. My supervisors worked with me to set up mock interviews to help prepare for the real ones. As soon as the job appeared on the internal career site, I applied. After my interviews, I was offered the position on December 27 of last year, which I accepted. What a great Holiday present!

My advice to anyone who wants to do what I did is to just go for it! For anyone needing a boost in confidence, the Emerging Leader Series will give you motivation. Even if you don’t get a leadership role, it can help in any job here.

I know it’s cliché, but this really is the best company I’ve ever worked for. Express Scripts gives you opportunities to develop; they try to hire from within, if possible, which can be a rare occurrence in other companies.

The Emerging Leader Series is a nomination-based program for high-potential individual contributors who are interested in becoming people leaders.

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Amy Bricker Honored on ‘40 Under 40’ List

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March 9, 2016 | Express Scripts

Amy Bricker, vice president, Supply Chain Strategy, was recently named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2016 “40 Under 40” list.

During her five years at Express Scripts, Amy has held leadership roles in Pharmacy Network Management, Supply Chain Economics and Retail Contracting and Strategy. In her current role, she identifies strategic opportunities with retailers and pharmaceutical manufacturers that generate client savings and value for Express Scripts.

“My team serves a critical role in capitalizing on market dynamics that ensure savings for our clients and patients, while providing a competitive advantage for Express Scripts,” Amy said.

In addition to managing the supply chain, she also supports the company’s efforts to educate legislators about the value of pharmacy benefit management. Last year, she testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the state of competition between pharmacy benefit managers.

Starting at a young age, Amy had the drive and passion to work in the healthcare industry. She began working in community pharmacy at age 14 and is a graduate from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. While preparing for her career in healthcare, she realized there weren’t a lot of female leaders in the industry.

In 2014, Amy helped launch WE LEAD, the company’s Employee Resource Group for women. As president of WE LEAD, she has helped the group grow to more than 900 members. She encourages company leaders to mentor those who are just beginning their careers.

“We’re focusing on career development and networking events for our members,” Amy said. “It’s important for women, regardless of age or career path, to have a support system and opportunities for growth.”

You can learn more about our employee resource groups here.

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Meet the Team – Kevin Candler

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January 12, 2016 | Express Scripts

Meet Kevin. Kevin is a Leadership Development and Learning Consultant. Before he joined the Express Scripts team, he was a member of a much bigger mission. As a guest blogger, Kevin shares more about his transition from a military to civilian career.

Just like many before me, I joined the Air Force in 1985 because I wanted to serve my country. My three older brothers were in the service at the time and many other family members from different generations had been serving in the military since the 1940s. Sure, travel, education and getting away from rural Indiana appealed to me, but it was also my family legacy.

For the first many years of my military career, I led Communications Operations teams all over the globe. For the last 10 years of my service, I served as a senior enlisted leader focusing on the training, development and utilization of our enlisted people at home and in deployed environments, in addition to Air Force cultural and operational strategy that affected service members.

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I retired in 2014 and transitioned to the civilian corporate world. I’m grateful that Express Scripts took a chance on me and recognized the skills that I had garnered in the Armed Forces could add value to how the company serves others.

I was once asked why a veteran should be hired. I will never say a veteran is better than anyone else; we all have unique backgrounds and experiences that add significant value when collaborating and leading. I believe that veterans bring a distinct perspective and skill set to any team. Veterans, by their experiences and past development, are normally adaptable, resilient, strategic and critical thinkers. They understand the importance that people play in achieving any objective, and believe that “our name is on the mailbox” — a philosophy that takes ownership for actions and ties pride and service to whom we serve. All of these aided me during my career in the military and at Express Scripts.

After nearly 30 years of service to our country, many may think I would’ve been ready to hang up my hat and enjoy retirement. I certainly would love to spend more time with my family and play golf, but that’s not the case. My mission isn’t finished; I still have more to give and I am glad to spend these years with an innovative company that is dedicated to serving patients nationwide.

Kevin Candler and Dawn Kotva, vice president, Corporate Service Management, were recently featured in a “In Their Boots” video segment produced by Show Me Heroes.

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Wow Recruiters in Your Digital Interview

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December 8, 2015 | Express Scripts

You’ve watched videos on YouTube, you FaceTime with your family and now you can get screen time with Express Scripts recruiters. The power of video communication allows our recruiters and hiring teams to remotely screen, interview, and connect with talent. I want to help you, the modern job seeker, make your digital presence as polished and professional as you are in person.

At Express Scripts we conduct two different kinds of video interviews; on-demand and live. The on-demand interview prompts a candidate with questions and records their responses. This gives candidates a consistent interview experience and us the ability to share the recording with hiring managers. The on-demand format is often used for internships and many of our patient service roles. The live interview is a real-time digital interview that functions like a two-way video chat. This can speed up the process and reduce visits to our office.

A digital interview presents the typical challenges of making a great first impression in person—plus some unique challenges. There’s a lot you can do to make sure you are putting your best face forward. These six tips should help you conquer any camera shy nerves so you can wow the recruiter virtually.

1. Make sure you can be seen – Face the light or make sure there is adequate overhead lighting; light coming from behind you will cast a shadow over your face. Hollywood style lighting isn’t necessary, but good lighting is essential to ensuring the recruiter to actually see you.

2. Hide your knick-knacks – Create a “video studio” for yourself by clearing the area of distractions. A clean, simple backdrop not only looks professional, it ensures the interviewer focuses on you. Say goodbye to the Starbucks cup on your desk and the diploma on the wall. You want to be the center of attention in this interview, not your decorations.

3. Find the right place to look – Look directly into the camera and resist the urge to look at yourself on the screen. Looking at the camera will give the illusion that you are making eye contact with the interviewer. Try testing out the webcam you’ll use for the interview with friends or family beforehand to practice maintaining eye contact throughout conversation.

4. Dress to impress – A video interview demands the same attire that you would wear if you were interviewing on in person. You may feel more relaxed because you are interviewing from home, but that doesn’t mean you should wear your pajamas.

5. Let your posture do the talking – Subtly mirror positive in-person body language like leaning forward toward the camera, nodding and smiling. Even if you’re not sitting across a table from your interviewer, you can create a connection with them through your body language.

6. Log in early and practice – Before your scheduled interview, log in and run a system set up. This will check your camera, connection and microphone and help you avoid any technical difficulties during your interview.

Good luck!

 

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Guest Blogger, Elise Jones, is the Director of Talent Acquisition leading the Operations & Contingent Workforce teams.

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Accredo Gives a Blue Lip Kiss

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December 2, 2015 | Express Scripts

Remember in 2014 when you saw everyone from CEOs to celebrities dumping ice water on themselves to raise money for a worthy cause? This year employees from Accredo, our specialty division, took to social media to participate in a new challenge that raises awareness for patients they serve.

After learning about an 11-year-old patient’s plea to join her cause in raising awareness about pulmonary arterial hypertension, a rare disease that is marked by high blood pressure in the lungs, more than 250 Accredo employees took the “Blue Lip Kiss Challenge.”

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The patient’s viral video explains the significance of blue lips:

“There are lots of good reasons to have blue lips: eating blue popsicles, eating blue frosting, playing in the snow … blue lipstick. But there is at least one bad reason to have blue lips: pulmonary hypertension.”

For PAH patients, having blue lips — caused by a lack of oxygen — is horrifying. The Blue Lip Kiss Challenge makes blue lips a sign of awareness, hope and support. The challenge is simple: Take a picture of yourself with blue lips, post it to your social media page along with #BlueLipKiss and share it with your friends.

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Accredo employees from the Advanced Therapies Group that specializes in serving and caring for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension patients shared photos of themselves with blue lips on social media, including a video on the Express Scripts Facebook page.

Now it’s your turn. Paint your lips blue, take a selfie, and post it online with #BlueLipKiss. Your kiss can help raise awareness for those living with pulmonary arterial hypertension.

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Let’s Talk Internships!

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October 21, 2015 | Express Scripts

We are hosting a live chat on Twitter and you are invited! Our recruiters and employees will be on hand to discuss internships and what life is like at Express Scripts.

It’s a great way to meet our recruiters and employees from across the company. You can ask questions, chime in, share your thoughts, etc.

Tweet us your career related questions now and use the hashtag #hiresidechat!

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We can’t wait to virtually meet everyone!

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Team Pride

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October 5, 2015 | Express Scripts

We talk about our inclusive culture at Express Scripts, but you may be wondering what that really means. What does that mean for our candidates? For our employees? At Express Scripts, diversity and inclusion is not just a program, it is ingrained in our culture. We believe that everyone deserves to feel like they belong.

There are many conversations about LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) rights taking place across the country today. We want to share our thoughts and values openly with you and tell you where we stand on LGBT rights in the workplace.

As an organization, we prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. As an active supporter of equality in the workplace, we have also joined forces with more than 500 Missouri companies calling on legislature to pass the LGBT workplace protections passage, referred to as Missouri Non-Discrimination Act (MONA). MONA would extend basic workplace protections for the LGBT community by adding sexual orientation and gender identity into the Missouri Human Rights Statute, which currently only protects against workplace discrimination based on race, sex, religion and national origin.

We take pride in all 30 thousand of our employees being welcomed, accepted and respected. Jonah Houts, vice president, Government Affairs agrees with our mission stating, “I am personally proud to work at a company like Express Scripts that doesn’t just acknowledge LGBT employees, but consistently looks for ways to make us feel welcome and appreciates our diversity.”

At Express Scripts, we protect and support all our candidates and employees.

We value every person’s individuality and can’t wait to meet you.

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