To be a world-class organization, MetLife needs world-class talent. The unique backgrounds and fresh perspectives our employees bring to the workplace allow us to have a competitive edge wherever we do business around the globe.
Our deep commitment to having a diverse workforce and a culture of inclusion creates an environment that inspires innovation and collaboration. As a “Top 50 Company for Diversity,” our commitment to diversity and inclusion is integral to our business success. Talented, diverse employees provide strategic thinking and innovative problem solving, thus making us better equipped to understand global markets, build strong relationships with customers and forge connections within the communities where we live and work.
MetLife - Actively Making a Positive Global Impact
MetLife was founded on a simple, powerful insight: Everyone needs access to the right financial tools to pursue more from life. Since 1976, MetLife Foundation has provided more than $700 million in grants to make a positive difference for the people, families and our communities. See how we’re making an impact.
In 1986, the MetLife Foundation established the annual awards for Medical Research in Alzheimer’s Disease to combat the growing incidence of Alzheimer’s in an aging America. These annual grants of up to $500,000 have recognized nearly every significant advance in Alzheimer's disease research, including 4 scientists who have gone on to win Nobel Prizes.
MetLife – Recognition & Praise
Year over year MetLife is recognized as a top company, which is a testament to our commitment to our customers, employees and the communities we serve:
Each year, MetLife’s employee resource group, DiverseAbilities, hosts a team of employees, friends and family members for the Easter Seals Annual Walk With Me & 5K Run at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. This national fundraising event raises awareness and support for families living with disabilities.
Each October in conjunction with National Disability Employment Awareness Month, MetLife associates volunteer as mentors for Disability Mentoring Day (DMD), a nationwide effort to promote career development for students and job seekers with disabilities. In 2015, MetLife hosted DMD at 10 offices across the U.S.
MetLife Veterans – Honoring Your Experience & Ability to Lead
Veterans leave the military with discipline, ability to lead and passion for service akin to our core values. As a company that is regularly recognized on GI Jobs’ Military Friendly Employers list, MetLife does more than simply welcome veterans to our team. Through various funding programs, projects and grants, MetLife is able to assist veterans and their families while building a national community that goes beyond our workplace, from helping host events for the Wounded Warrior Project to helping rebuild computers for children of veterans. Learn more about our commitment.
Make Life Matter at MetLife
Learn about more ways that you can make an impact at MetLife and explore some of our opportunities today! MetLife.com/Careers
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