Our business resource groups are employee-led groups that support women and underrepresented populations and allies of those populations. These groups provide an additional channel where employees can feel safe to be their authentic selves and empowered to offer their unique perspectives. We offer seven business resource groups that are open to the population they represent, as well as all allies:
Kinship Village - Serving the Black and African American community
Proud to Empower - Serving the LGBTQ+ community
Women @ Hanover - Serving those who identify as female
Mi Familia - Serving the Hispanic and Latinx community
Hanover United Professionals - Serving our early-in-career and ally populations
Veterans Connection - Serving veterans, as well as those who support veterans
H.A.A.P.I - Serving Hanover’s Asian American and Pacific Islander population
Our compensation and benefits programs are based on the strong belief that our people are our company's most valuable asset. We offer comprehensive benefits to help our team members stay healthy, build financial security, balance work and personal responsibilities, and achieve their professional goals. We offer a “dress for the day” philosophy, multiple development and resource groups to support our female employees, robust development and talent offerings, educational assistance, professional and industry designation programs, and company-wide education and training on unconscious bias. In addition, we offer comprehensive wellness programs that include meditation, personal life coaching, gardening clubs, walking and fitness programs, and seminars on a variety of topics.
Our corporate office location provides an onsite clinic, annual physicals, onsite dentistry, flu shots, fitness center, onsite cafeteria, same-day dry cleaning, yoga, and a seasonal farmers market.
we have rolled out unconscious bias training enterprise-wide to all employees. Leaders additionally participate in an inclusive leadership training on what great leadership looks like at The Hanover. We also have an optional leadership training called "Respectful Treatment- Meet on Common Ground".
We recognize that flexible work arrangements (FWAs) promote diversity in the workplace and help attract and retain highly talented and experienced employees. FWAs help us to strategically manage our workforce in ways that enhance productivity. In addition, FWAs empower employees to balance their personal and professional lives in the way that works best for them, while advancing the company's business objectives.
FWAs are agreed-upon work hours or work locations that differ from the company’s, department’s or business unit’s standard work hours or locations. Examples may include:
Telecommuting (one or two days per week regularly)
Remote work (three or more days per week regularly)
Entirely remote (five days per week regularly)
A compressed work week (e.g., work 38.75 hours in four days), or an expanded work week (e.g. work 38.75 hours in six days)
Flextime (an alternative start and end time)
Part-time hours (less than the standard number of work hours for the business unit)
When welcoming a child into your family, there are job protection benefits provided by the federal or state government or by our company. Salary is covered in full for six or eight weeks depending on delivery type (vaginal or cesarean). There are also paid company benefits that apply for two weeks beyond short-term disability time and employees can additionally apply available PTO days. The Hanover recognizes the importance of time away from work for the birth or adoption of a child. We also offer inclusive parental leave benefits of two weeks paid time to our workforce so spouses, domestic partners and adoptive parents can spend time bonding with their child.
The Hanover recognizes the importance of time away from work for the birth or adoption of a child. We offer inclusive parental benefits to our employees so parents can spend time bonding with their child. We also offer dependent care as a pre-tax payroll deduction for ongoing caregiver needs.
Mothers rooms are available upon request at all office locations.
phased-in post-maternity return is evaluated on a case-by-case basis dependent on the role and business needs. We offer flexible work arrangements that include compressed and expanded work weeks, part-time schedules, telecommuting, remote work, and alternative start and end times.
personal life coaching is available through our Lifeworks program.
in-vitro fertilization, infertility benefits, and adoption benefits are offered.
We recognize that employees thrive when they have time off from work during the course of the year to address personal needs, illness, religious observances and leisure pursuits. PTO is available on the first day of employment and begins at 20 days annually plus nine paid company holidays. The amount of PTO for each employee is determined based on length of service and/or job level and can accrue up to 30 days for long-tenured employees. We also offer two weeks of paid FMLA leave to take care of family members in need. Employees can utilize their PTO according to their personal needs and have the option to purchase five additional PTO days during the company’s open enrollment period.
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