No. 33 | Allstate Insurance Company | DiversityInc Top 50

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WHY THEY'RE ON THE LIST

Allstate prides itself in creating an environment that values differences and leverages different perspectives, and one way the company does this is through its 10 employee resource groups. The company uses its 4C model to assess ERG impact. The components are Careers (help members enhance their careers), Commerce (help drive business results), Culture (have a positive impact on members by enhancing sense of pride and knowledge) and Community (focus externally).

KEY RESULTS

  • Women on Board of Directors: 26.3% more than the Top 50
  • Women in Senior Leadership: 15.2% more than the Top 50
  • Blacks in Total Management: 20.6% more than the Top 50

 

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Tom Wilson

Chairman, President and CEO

“At Allstate, our strength comes from the breadth of our differences, not the degree of our similarities. Leveraging those differences drives our high performance culture and helps us create the innovative solutions we need to help our customers live a good life.”

Christy Harris, Vice President, Talent Acquisition and Inclusive Diversity, Allstate

Christy Harris

Vice President, Talent Acquisition and Inclusive Diversity

“Inclusive diversity is a core value at Allstate and influences how we do business, helping us to connect with customers, consumers, employees and agencies. Creating an inclusive environment where diverse perspectives are encouraged and embraced helps us to attract and retain the best talent and reach even higher levels of employee and customer satisfaction.”

COMPANY FACTS

ALL (NYSE)

U.S. Headquarters: Northbrook, Ill.

Global Employees: 39,407

Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 35