At Allstate, fostering an inclusive and supportive workplace culture that promotes the well-being of all women, regardless of their career stage, is a top priority. We believe that our differences, including individual characteristics, values, beliefs, backgrounds, and experiences, provide us with a diverse set of perspectives and a sense of purpose. Therefore, we hold ourselves accountable for encouraging and embracing these differences, recognizing that our collective success depends on the contributions of many voices. At Allstate, we believe that every voice matters.
More than just an insurance company, Allstate is a consumer-focused, data-driven company that’s constantly redefining what it means to be protected. Through its commitment to growth and innovation over the last 90 years, Allstate is establishing itself as a leader of new technology in the industry. The company places a strong emphasis on professional development and career planning. Its culture of embracing opportunities and exploration makes it easy for employees to try new things and find out where they want to take their career. With opportunities around the globe, Allstate is hiring in an array of areas from marketing and product pricing to software engineering and data analytics to corporate relations and beyond.
Allstate is all about diversity of thought in its business practices, and it makes a conscious effort to hire people of every ethnicity, age, and gender. Allstate is particularly proud of its efforts to bring more women into the technology industry and empowers them to take on leadership roles once at the company. In addition to the opportunity to attend conferences and other external programs specifically for women, Allstate has an entire employee impact group, AWIN-Allstate Women’s “I” Network. AWIN is dedicated to fostering innovation, influence and inspiration for women to drive personal growth and business performance, as well as position strong female leaders within the workplace, marketplace and our communities. AWIN also has a subgroup, WITA—Women In Technology at Allstate—to help its women employees advance in their careers. The group allows women to network and learn from one another, be matched with mentors, and share their thoughts and ideas in a safe space.