Our constant goal is to recruit, retain, and develop the best talent available. However, at times, even the most talented individuals need a little help finding their way. At Prudential, we open our doors to professionals of all orientations, races, abilities, genders, and life experiences. In addition, we offer an accommodating and flexible work environment so that our associates can maximize their effectiveness at home, at work, and within their communities.
What's more, we offer ongoing support to our employees through leading technology, state-of-the-art learning and development initiatives, and competitive compensation and benefits packages.
At the same time, we encourage and sponsor employee networks that build on our diversity and inclusion strategy. These networks, called Business Resource Groups (BRGs), promote individual professional development, while helping the company achieve its business objectives. Open to all employees, our networks address issues common to a variety of audiences. Started in 1993, our current BRGs include:
- Abled & Disabled Associates Partnering Together (ADAPT)
- Asian/Pacific Islander American Association (APAA)
- Black Leadership Forum (BLF)
- Employee Association of Gay Men, Lesbians, Bisexuals & Transgenders (EAGLES)
- Hispanic Heritage Network (HHN)
- Prudential Military Veteran's Network (VETnet)
Prudential's leadership is committed to diversity and inclusion. We understand the Prudential organization can only succeed by leveraging the talent of our people-those that work within our organization, as well as those who partner with us in our neighboring communities.
Learn more about Prudential's Business Resource Groups.
Prudential is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.