How we’ve been recognized and rewarded for our efforts
Leadership. Integrity. Resilience. Team-building. These qualities that make service members successful are the same for our financial professionals.
We’ve earned the Military Friendly Employer Designation from G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse for several years running. We have a longstanding history of hiring veterans, offering tailored policies, and supporting employees with military ties.
Many clients are looking for women financial professionals, but there's a shortfall in the industry. At MassMutual, we're working hard to address this – helping over 1,400 women advisors shape their own careers and futures.
Through our women of MassMutual initiative, we develop and sharpen your sales skills – from practice development webinars to coaching programs and more. You can reach your full professional and personal potential faster.
Our SpecialCare Program provides information, specialists, and financial solutions that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and other special needs.
We are proud to continue our allyship and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community. We help, support, and protect this community.
We demonstrate our longstanding commitment by supporting important local and national organizations and legislation to improve LGBTQ+ equality, as well as inclusive employee programs and business practices.
We offer a broad range of in-culture, in-language marketing assets, so you can reach people from different communities with relevant messaging, strategies, and solutions. Our multicultural markets tools and resources digital directory provides round-the-clock access to all these materials – and we offer ongoing development sessions through our home office.
We also give back to the communities we serve through partnerships, donations, and programs. This includes a $2.5 million investment in the American College Center for Economic Empowerment and Equality, which supports upward mobility in Black communities, sponsorship of AAHOA, one of the US' largest Asian Indian business owner networks, and in-depth research into different families' financial concerns, from Korean Americans to Latinos and many more.