Points of Light has named Aflac to its Civic 50 List as one of the most community-minded companies in the United States. The Civic 50 provides a national standard for superior corporate citizenship and showcases how companies can use their time, skills and other resources to improve the communities in which they do business.1
Aflac ranked No. 33 out of 500 companies in the US and No. 49 out of 500 companies globally of Newsweek's 2017 Green Rankings. The Newsweek Green Rankings are one of the world's most recognized assessments of corporate environmental performance.2
Ethisphere magazine included Aflac on its list of the World's Most Ethical Companies for the 15th consecutive year in 2021. Aflac is the only insurance company on this list every year since the list began in 2007.3
Fortune magazine named Aflac to its list of the World's Most Admired Companies for the 20th year in February 2021.4
In 2017, Dan Amos was named to the Harvard Business Review’s 2017 list of the 100 Best-Performing CEOs in the World. It is the third time that Amos has appeared on this prestigious list.5
Black Enterprise magazine included Aflac on its list of 50 Best Companies for Diversity for the 11th time in its January 2018 edition.6
Aflac has been named to Latina Style magazine's list of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work For in the United States for 18 years.7
An anonymous survey of millennial employees administered by the workplace culture experts at Great Place to Work® and Fortune ranked Aflac as one of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials in the United States for 2017.8
Aflac Security is ranked No. 4 in the Finance/Banking/Insurance sector of Security Magazine’s 2017 Security 500 Rankings.9
Aflac ranked No. 16 on IDG Insider Pro and Computerworld’s 100 Best Places to Work in IT in the United States in 2021 among large organizations. Published annually, Insider Pro and Computerworld’s listing showcases organizations providing challenging work, growth opportunities, and best-in-class employee engagement, compensation, benefits and training.10
Dan Amos ranked No. 16 on Comparably’s list of Best CEOs for Diversity. The list represents the top-ranked CEOs from small, medium and large companies who were anonymously rated by employees on Comparably.com from May 23, 2017, to May 23, 2018.11
In 2021, Forbes ranked Aflac No. 9 on their fourth annual list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, up 102 spots from 2020. With 50,000 Americans working for businesses with at least 1,000 employees surveyed, the corporations on the list were identified as most dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion.12
Fortune Magazine ranked Aflac No. 131 on the 2021 Fortune 500 list, up 15 spots from 2020.
1“The Civic 50,” Points of Light, June 2018
2“2017 Newsweek Green Rankings,” Newsweek Magazine, February 13, 2017
3“World’s Most Ethical Companies,” Ethisphere magazine, Q1 2021
4“World’s Most Admired Companies,” Fortune magazine, February 2021
5“The Best-Performing CEOs in the Word 2017,” Harvard Business Reviews, 2017
6”50 Best Companies for Diversity,” Black Enterprise magazine, January 2018
7“50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S.,” Latina Style Magazine, 2018
8“Top 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials,” Fortune Magazine, 2017
9“2017 Security 500 Rankings,” Security Magazine, November 2017
10“Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT,” June 2018.
11Comparably.com “Best CEOs for Diversity,” June 2018.
12“America’s Best Employers For Diversity,” Forbes, April 2021.