AIG named to DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity for fifth year
The American International Group, Inc. has been recognized as one of DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity for the fifth year in a row. DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity is the most comprehensive evaluation of diversity management in corporate America. Since it entered the Top 50 for the first time in 2018, AIG has steadily improved its position year after year, moving up from 37th to 32nd place in 2022.
This list is a reflection of DiversityInc's evaluation of performance in six key areas of diversity and inclusion management. These key areas include human capital diversity metrics, leadership accountability, talent programs, workplace practices, supplier diversity, and philanthropy. According to DiversityInc, the number of businesses that took part in the survey submission process increased by forty percent when compared to the previous year.
AIG was also recognized on three of DiversityInc's Specialty Lists, in addition to being included in the Top 50.
Companies That Are At The Head Of Executive Diversity Councils The Best Employers for Minority Women Seeking to Advance Their Careers The Most Generous Corporations in the World "As a leader in the global risk management industry, seeking out and embracing diverse perspectives is essential to AIG's long-term success," said Rose Marie Glazer, Chief Human Resource Officer of AIG. Because our coworkers all over the world collaborate to achieve a common goal of excellence and to integrate the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion into everything they do on a daily basis, we have improved and gained strength as a company. We are here to support one another as allies, and we are proud of the inclusive efforts that we make on a consistent basis.
Ronald Reeves, Chief Diversity Officer at AIG, made the following statement: "AIG has made significant headway on our journey toward diversity, equity, and inclusion by actively listening to and learning from all of our stakeholders." Even though we are aware that there is still much work to be done, we are elated that this recognition of AIG's longstanding commitment and increased efforts to advance diversity has been bestowed upon the company. Through the actions that we take, we will continue to show that we are committed to the process of cultivating a culture of belonging.
Visit https://www.aig.com/about-us/diversity-equity-and-inclusion for more information about AIG's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. Notable among AIG's efforts for 2021 are the following:
Efforts are being made to ensure that every level of the organization reflects a diverse population. Over forty percent of our executive leadership team and board nominees are members of underrepresented groups. Every member of the Executive Leadership Team has a goal for diversity and inclusion that is incorporated into their individual performance goals and is connected to the annual short-term incentive awards that they receive.
Launching a diversity recruitment training program called "Signature Series: Recruiting for Success," the goal of which is to find, attract, and hire diverse talent from around the world. Launching a Global Sponsorship Program, which will intentionally pair mid-level colleagues from diverse backgrounds with senior leaders in order to provide mentorship and leadership development opportunities for those participants.
Providing training on "Conscious Inclusion" to global people managers in order to assist them in developing a better understanding of biases and an action plan for implementing inclusive behaviors. Employee Resource Groups around the world are responsible for organizing 1,180 events and programs for their coworkers. Of these, more than 500 events and programs are centered on allyship and education, and more than 150 events and programs are focused on wellness.
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Source: AIG news