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. That’s why we’re investing in a workforce with a diverse range of experiences, backgrounds, abilities and skill sets — because we’re better together.
Breaking down barriers and increasing diversity are priorities for us. We’re committed to empowering women across our organization, which is why we offer leadership and skill-building programs both internally and through partnerships with organizations such as Women in Capital Markets and Catalyst.
John Hancock is also a proud member the 30% Club, publicly sharing the aspiration to reach 30% women on boards and in executive positions by the end of 2020.
To build a culture of inclusiveness, we need support from everyone in our organization — from our leadership to our front line. Our employees have started a number of grassroots initiatives with the support of executive sponsors from our senior leadership team. These groups work to ensure everyone feels welcome and valued, while encouraging mentorship, networking and professional development.
Did you know John Hancock has a team of five videographers? This month, we spoke to Dave Faxon, who is part of that Boston-based crew.
John Hancock employees share the moments that will lead them to Hopkinton on Marathon Monday.
We place importance on maintaining a diverse supplier base that provides a broad range of perspective, skills, and experience, in addition to quality and cost effectiveness.
As part of our commitment, John Hancock supports purchases from qualified, woman-owned business enterprises (WBEs) and LGBT business enterprises (LGBTBEs), either directly or indirectly with our primary suppliers.
We welcome interested WBEs and LGBTBEs to register with us by completing our Diversity Supplier Registration Form and our MWBE Second Tier Reporting Form. Please understand that registration does not guarantee winning a John Hancock bid, and does not qualify the registrant as a preferred John Hancock supplier. Registrants must be certified as WBEs or LGBTBEs through an accepted third-party certifying entity.