We’ve been certified by Great Place to Work® in Brazil, Chile,4 China, Cyprus, India (MetLife’s Global Operations Service Center), Mexico, Uruguay and the U.S. The certification process considers a company’s culture, innovation, DEI initiatives and trust between employees and the company, asking and surveying employees about their experiences.
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1 Ethnic and Racial Diversity is the percentage of employees in the United States who identify as American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander and Two or More Races.
2 The officer population is a subset of overall management that is a reflection of the leadership of the organization. It is comprised of all MetLife employees at the Vice President level or above.
3 Our EVP, “All Together Possible,” indicates the sum of our employee offerings, which include Inclusive Environment, Holistic Well-Being, Purpose and Impact, Learning and Development and Compensation and Benefits.
4 MetLife owns two businesses in Chile–ProVida and MetLife Seguros. Our Great Places to Work certification applies only to MetLife Seguros in Chile.