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When people have a sense of security, they are free to relax, venture out, and live their lives. This is the feeling Liberty Mutual brings to the world every day.

Founded in 1912, we are a global leader in property and casualty insurance, focused on protecting and preserving the lives and dreams of customers in more than 30 countries. With over 50,000 employees throughout the world, we offer you the chance to work for an evolving, growing company with a deep sense of humanity and a commitment to diversity, inclusion and philanthropy. Join our team and go to work knowing that what you do matters. Because really it does.
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  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Ritu Rajan

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Liberty Mutual Insurance

    • Name

      Ritu Rajan

    • Position

      Security Architect

      Portsmouth, NH

    Even as a 7-year-old girl in India, it was Ritu’s childhood dream to study in the United States. After receiving a full scholarship to complete her Master’s in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin and working in Information Systems for Walmart, Ritu applied for a Senior Software Developer job at Liberty Mutual. This is where you might say, “and the rest was history.”

    Ritu would describe her current role in Security as a soccer goalie. She’s constantly keeping up with the fast-paced nature of the tech world, making sure nothing comprises the security of Liberty Mutual’s infrastructure and applications. Ritu believes her teams contributions during a transitional time in the field of IT have huge potential for cost savings and possibilities in productivity improvements.

    Speaking of possibilities, Ritu looks back on her 13 years at Liberty Mutual and feels that, even as one of the very few female developers to start out, she finds constant support from peers and managers who want to encourage one another. She can’t wait to get to work every day to learn and apply her skills and help transform Liberty’s IT to be ahead of the curve. No shackles or constraints. Just working together to reach the same end goal.

    Oh, and now that both of her sons are in college, Ritu has even more time to focus on her passion outside of work – Pokémon Go.

  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Jessica Chamberland

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Liberty Mutual Insurance

    • Name

      Jessica Chamberland

    • Position

      Director of Marketing Insights

      Boston, MA

    Jessica has a PhD in experimental cognitive psychology, has taught research and psychology at a local college, and has a background in new product development. She also loves to cook and bake – she’s always trying new recipes and techniques. That love of trying new things carries over into her role at Liberty Mutual, where she’s able to explore new ways of working, new research methodologies, and new marketing activities that truly help shape the brand.

    In her current role as Director of Marketing Insights, Jessica conducts research and informs the strategy that helps Liberty Mutual create advertisements and communications that are interesting, motivating, and memorable to consumers. She’s able to get a personal connection to consumers, talking to people about what they really want from insurance and pinpointing genuine consumer needs.

    Jessica’s experience as a female at Liberty Mutual has been hugely positive, as she helped shape our current parental leave policies through her research and efforts in supporting new parents. Balancing her role on the marketing team with her role as a mother and spouse is far less challenging, thanks to the increased flexibility and encouragement for people to bring their whole selves to work.  

    And that kind of flexibility certainly helps her pursue her recent love of road trips and exploring different regions of the country with her family.

  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Kristen Vicino

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Liberty Mutual Insurance

    • Name

      Kristen Vicino

    • Position

      Claims VP

      Boston, MA

    Kristen has been at Liberty Mutual for 8 years – she recognized her passion for the “people” aspect of business after working in HR early in her career and receiving her MBA from Boston College. At Liberty Mutual, where she started through our Corporate Development Program, she leads an organization of about 700 people who support the claims handling process for commercial lines, ensuring the company delivers on the promises it makes to every one of its customers when they buy an insurance policy. All the while, making sure her internal team feels just as secure and taken care of.

    Her biggest source of pride during her time at Liberty? Seeing people who she’s managed or mentored truly succeed. Especially those who take on a new challenge that may seem a bit scary and end up knocking it out of the park. If there’s even a small role Kristen can play in helping someone move forward in their career, she’s happy to do it.

    As a female leader at Liberty, Kristen says her experience has been largely uneventful – but in a good way. Meaning, she’s always felt she was treated fairly and had as many opportunities as her male counterparts. Even juggling her role as a mom and her career has been well-supported, whether it’s snow days and sick kids, or getting home at a reasonable time to see her family.

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What Women Should Know about Working At Liberty Mutual Insurance
We empower women to bring their very best to work. We’re committed to women’s advancement, creating a welcoming environment and making sure they have many opportunities to grow. We believe this leads to more innovation and a better work experience. We are proud to be recognized as a 2018 Best Employer for Women by Forbes Magazine.

Gender diversity statistics

    • Women in workforce
    • 55%
    • Women holding senior management
    • 47%
    • Women directors on board
    • 33%

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
    • Our CEO David Long made a commitment to diversity when he signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, joining hundreds of other companies across the country whose mission it is to advance diverse and inclusive workforces. That top-down mentality has trickled throughout our entire organization — because when it comes to building a genuine sense of belonging, everyone has to be all in.

      We offer six Employee Resource Groups (ERG) that our employees can join and expand their networks. Allies are an essential part of these groups, allowing people to experience each other’s similarities and differences while improving our ability to relate to our customers. It’s truly a win-win-win.

      When it comes to empowering women, engaging men, and shaping our success together, our WE@Liberty ERG does just that. We’re passionate about equally improving our work environment and career opportunities for both women and men by creating a culture of open communication, collaboration, mentorship, and encouraging ongoing discussion of relevant topics and personal experiences.

      The WE@Liberty ERG has helped women engage with and learn from leaders and peers, both male and female, giving them the confidence to shape and direct their career. We believe our ability to work together across gender will help us achieve effective communication and progress for all.

      And to further that kind of positive progress, we also offer programs, events, and resources so people can get involved and expand their perspective even more. Our Men as Allies initiative invites men to join women as allies in fostering an inclusive climate at work. In 2017, we launched the Men as Allies Summit, a unique event featuring experts in gender collaboration as well as Liberty leaders. This one-day event, which drew 450 men and women, helped attendees enhance their skills as allies, champion gender collaboration and help create an inclusive environment.

      For the past five years, we have been recognized by 2020 Women on Boards for having women make up more than 20 percent of our board of directors and we are one of the founding companies in the Governor’s/Bentley University Corporate Challenge, which challenges Massachusetts businesses to develop and retain female talent and position women on their boards. 

      Liberty Mutual also earned a perfect score of “100” from the Human Rights Campaign’s 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI).
    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes, At Liberty Mutual, we are committed to creating a more inclusive environment, where everyone can bring their authentic selves to work. We are on a diversity and inclusion learning journey, providing our employees with the tools and resources necessary to better understand bias and strengthen inclusion skills. Two programs available to all employees include an Unconscious Bias Awareness eLearning and Inclusion in Action, a learning program to further develop employees’ inclusion skills and capabilities to work more effectively across differences.
    • Executive coaching
    • Yes

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • No matter where our teams work – whether it’s a large campus, small office, or from home – we want them to feel part of a bigger collective. To feel truly engaged and have their voices heard, regardless of location. We know our people have evolving lifestyles, and we’re committed to creating an environment where they can be their best. That’s why we offer a variety of alternative work options, including virtual meetings and Skype video conferencing and screen sharing, so those working remotely can feel fully plugged in.
       
      When you work at Liberty Mutual, you have access to a handful of adaptable work arrangements to accommodate a wide range of situations. Employees work directly with their managers to develop the flexible work arrangement that is most appropriate for their job and the current business needs. Options include flexible start and stop times, work from home or alternative locations, compressed work weeks or part-time schedules to help balance your work and personal life.
    • Remote working
    • Yes
    • Part-time working
    • Yes

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • We know juggling your responsibilities outside the office and your career isn’t always easy. So, our enhanced parenting leave policies and flexible work culture are there to fully support every aspect of your well-being. We know you’ve got a job and a life, and we won’t make you choose between them.
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes, Birth mothers and adoptive mothers with at least one year of work tenure can take up to 8 weeks of paid leave at 100% of pay. Birth mothers can take an additional 8 weeks at 100% of pay through short-term disability. In total, that can mean up to 16 weeks of paid leave.
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes, Employees with at least one year of work tenure can take up to 8 weeks of paid leave at 100% of pay. This includes birth fathers and adoptive fathers.
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes

Care-taking benefits

    • Care-taking benefits information
    • We know balancing the needs of your family and career can be especially challenging at times. To alleviate that, in addition to our flexible time off, our bereavement leave is 20 days of paid time for the loss of a spouse, domestic partner, or child.

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