No one should have to choose between who they are and doing what they love.
At John Hancock, we’re fostering a working environment where all our employees feel accepted, valued and included. We believe that strength lies in embracing our differences and that diversity plays a key role in driving innovation and growth within our company.
A community of employees committed to building a positive and inclusive work environment for employees of all abilities.
The Association of Multicultural Professionals (AMP) cultivates talent and creates meaningful growth opportunities for its multicultural professionals while promoting thoughtful engagement.
Family creates a safe place to share experiences and receive support. This group is for parents, expecting parents, stepparents, and anyone in between. Every family experience is welcome.
GenerationNEXT mobilizes John Hancock and Manulife’s young professionals to be the next generation of leaders through education, networking, and volunteerism.
The Global Women’s Alliance (GWA) supports and encourages the recruitment, development and advancement of women throughout our organization by providing a network and opportunities to be mentored, share experiences, and have fulfilling careers.
MiLE is open to all employees with an interest in promoting and supporting current service members, veterans, and their families.
The Pan-Asian Community for Employee Success (PACES) strives to build the presence, influence and leadership potential of Pan-Asian employees.
Professionals Reaching out for Unity and Diversity (PROUD) promotes an inclusive workplace for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees in order to promote their full and unencumbered contribution to the company.
Valuing the Inclusion of Black Experiences aims to better enable our Black employees to advance professionally, support the aspirations of potential employees and increase awareness of various Black cultures.
We're looking for people with big ambitions, curious minds and collaborative spirits to join us in making every day better for the communities we serve. If this sounds like you, let's talk.
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