Tower Health is dedicated to creating an inclusive work environment for everyone by embracing and encouraging our employees’ differences in age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, and other characteristics that make our employees unique.

Tower Health is committed to taking the following actions in support of an inclusive workplace:

  • Provide required and ongoing education and training to all employees on diversity, equity, and inclusion topics.
  • Support the creation and operation of a diversity, equity, and inclusion council comprising employees from all levels of the company.
  • Provide all employees with a safe avenue to voice concerns regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace.
  • Support flexible work arrangements, where possible, that accommodate the different needs of all employees.
  • Conduct periodic employee surveys and focus groups to identify the areas where our company supports inclusive practices, as well as where there is room for growth.
  • Recognize culturally significant holidays.
  • Continually evaluate our policies and practices for potential bias and exclusion to one or more groups of employees.

Code of Conduct

All Tower Health employees are also expected to support an inclusive workplace by adhering to the following conduct standards:

  • Treat others with dignity and respect at all times.
  • Address and report inappropriate behavior and comments that are or appear to be discriminatory, harassing, abusive, offensive, or unwelcome.
  • Foster teamwork and employee participation, encouraging the representation of different  employee perspectives.
  • Seek out insights from employees with different experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds.
  • Avoid slang or idioms that might not translate across cultures.
  • Support flexible work arrangements, when able, for co-workers with different needs, abilities and/or obligations, or support their transition to a role internally that can accommodate them.
  • Confront the decisions or behaviors of others that are based on conscious or unconscious biases or ask for support in addressing the aforementioned, if needed.
  • Be open minded and listen when given constructive feedback regarding others’ perception of your conduct. Ask questions to gain further understanding.
  • Attend trainings that are offered by Tower related to DEI to enhance your knowledge and understanding.
  • Utilize the employee event reporting system: Compliance Hotline 1-855-261-6653,, or RL Datix.