At the heart of our belief is that D&I must be intentional and individual. Each of us at Voya is responsible for executing Voya's D&I strategy. We believe that our employees own our culture and have a responsibility to foster an environment where we all feel comfortable bringing our whole selves to work. It is up to each of us to act in ways that support our overall strategy: "Celebrating our Differences. Choosing to Include."
- Overall workforce
- approximately 6,000
- 52% women
- 24% racially/ethnically diverse
- People managers
- approximately 1,100
- 41% women
- 16% racially/ethnically diverse
Voya has eight employee resource groups which are open to all employees. These groups play an important role in engaging and educating our workforce – and are a vital resource to help advance our business goals. These groups help Voya foster a more inclusive culture where diverse perspectives are valued and celebrated.
- Disabilities and Special Needs
- LGBTQ Allies
- Next Gen
- Virtual (Voya’s remote/work-from-home employees)
We are stronger because of our differences: race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, creed, citizenship status, as well as perspective of thought, beliefs, education, background and experiences. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. This governs all decisions related to employment, including selection, development and compensation. It also includes an employee’s request for reasonable accommodation. We believe that all employees must be treated fairly, with respect, and in a manner free from discrimination and harassment.
Our policies provide clarity about our commitment to D&I and the related expectations we place on our employees, business collaborators and other key stakeholders. We maintain the following D&I-related workplace policies:
- Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Human and Workplace Rights Statement
- Supplier Code of Conduct