John Hancock and its parent company Manulife are investing more than $3.5 million over the next two years to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and the communities we serve. The goals of these focused investments are three-fold: to increase the representation of diverse talent at all levels in the organization; to create greater inclusion across the company through enhanced training; and to support organizations helping Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.
Increasing representation of different dimensions of diversity including age, BIPOC, differently-abled, LGBTQ+ and women.
Creating norms that welcome and leverage difference with an emphasis on inclusion and belonging.
Providing financial resources and expertise to organizations focused on empowering underserved communities.
Reviewing processes and partnerships to ensure alignment of our DEI goals and values.
Recognizing the importance of improving diversity at all levels of our organization, we are investing $3.5 million over the next two years to support DEI initiatives in the workplace and the communities we serve.
Our internal initiatives help foster an environment where every employee feels empowered to make a difference and passionately challenge the status quo.
Our mission is to make lives better and decisions easier for all of our customers. And through our corporate responsibility programs, we help bring this mission to life by building healthier, more equitable communities.
“As an organization and a corporate citizen, it is our responsibility at John Hancock to continue investing our time and effort to fostering greater understanding and awareness and building more equitable communities, together.”
-Marianne Harrison, President and CEO of John Hancock