No. 35 | Allstate Insurance Company | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST

Allstate Insurance Company’s 10 employee resource groupstap into the power of social networking to help employees connect, while building business relationships and creating a sense of community. The groups offer tailored mentoring programs and events with internal and external thought leaders.


KEY RESULTS

Women in Senior Management: 16.2% higher than U.S. companies overall

Women in Total Management: 2.5% higher than U.S. companies overall

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.”

Michael Escobar

Chief Diversity Officer

“Inclusive diversity is one of Allstate’s core values. We hold each other accountable for creating an inclusive environment where diverse perspectives are encouraged and embraced. By valuing diverse backgrounds, experiences, values and beliefs, we can work together to create better outcomes for our business, workforce and communities.”

COMPANY FACTS

ALL (NYSE)

U.S.HEADQUARTERS:Northbrook, Ill.

GLOBAL EMPLOYEES:37,899

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