"We are committed to making lives better for people around the world, and in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, we are supporting food security, particularly the availability and safe access to food for those who are most vulnerable at this critical time." - Roy Gori, our President and CEO.
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We are well-positioned to navigate the evolving situation around COVID-19 and we are here for you. We will remain focused, committed and resilient. For more information, please visit: [ Manulife.com Link ]
We’ve been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers by Canada's Top 100 Employers for the third year in a row! We want everyone to feel included, respected, and comfortable with bringing their whole selves to work. Encouraging an inclusive working environment where people feel valued, engaged and that they belong, are key to building a high performing team.
Happy International Women’s Day! We’re working hard to be a place where women can grow their careers and thrive. Currently, 42% of our independent Board Directors are women, placing us in the 30% Club.
Join us in showing your commitment to gender equality by posting a photo of the #EachForEqual pose.
In 1978, Dr. Gail Cook-Bennett was the first female director elected to the Board. In 2008, she became a Chair of the Board, making her the first woman named Chair of the Board of a major Canadian financial institution. #EachForEqual #IWD2020
We’re working hard to be a place where women can grow their careers and thrive. Ahead of International Women’s Day, we want to celebrate the success of women at Manulife.
In 1975, Cicely Hobson became a Certified General Accountant. She was the first woman at Manulife to earn that designation. #EachForEqual #IWD2020
February is Black History Month in North America and our employee resource groups VIBE (Valuing the Inclusion of Black Experiences) and AMP (Association of Multicultural Professionals) have planned a number of events for our teams to connect, share their humanity, and learn from one another.
"One of the reasons it’s important for us to observe and honour Black History Month as an...