ST. PAUL, Minnesota--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Securian Financial Group is among a growing coalition of American employers pledging to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
One month after 175 CEOs came together to launch CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, nearly 100 additional CEOs — including Christopher M. Hilger, Securian’s chairman, president and CEO — have pledged to commit themselves and the organizations they lead to the effort.
Securian is pledging to take action on cultivating a workplace where diverse perspectives and experiences are welcome and respected, and where employees feel encouraged to discuss diversity and inclusion. Coalition organizations have already shared more than 250 best-known actions, exchanging tangible learning opportunities and creating collaborative conversations.
“For Securian, cultivating a workplace of diversity and inclusion really is an easy decision,” said Hilger. “The future of our workplace is diverse, and as we continue to plan for future growth, fostering an inclusive work environment is common sense. It’s part of our values and who we are—and it’s the right thing to do.”
More information on the pledge is available at CEOAction.com.
About Securian Financial Group
Since 1880, Securian Financial Group and its affiliates have provided financial security for individuals and businesses in the form of insurance, investments and retirement plans. Now one of the nation’s largest financial services providers, Securian is the holding company parent of a group of companies that offer a broad range of financial services.
About CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion
CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ is the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace. Bringing together more than 270 CEOs of America's leading organizations, the commitment outlines actions that participating companies pledge to take to cultivate a workplace where diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and respected, employees feel comfortable and encouraged to discuss diversity and inclusion, and where best known—and unsuccessful—actions can be shared across organizations.