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Chubb defies talent attraction rules to boost diversity in Latin America

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Chubb, the world’s largest publicly traded P&C insurer, has launched its new “Unlimited Talent” campaign as an affirmative action to drive diversity and inclusion. Candidates interested in applying for one of the more than 300 positions open by Chubb in Latin America can send their CV without age, without sex and without photo.

Chubb’s talent attraction process seeks to assess the relationship between hard skills, soft skills and experience in a candidate’s resume. The company aims to reduce any bias from the hiring process to onboarding and beyond.

“Our goal is to communicate clearly that at Chubb, we are only looking for knowledge, skills and abilities. We want to invite the market to join this initiative and promote positive action together as part of a great program of diversity, equity and inclusion,” said Nelmarie Monge, senior director of regional talent for Chubb Latin America.

The “Unlimited Talent” process reflects Chubb’s social commitment to generate cultural change in companies, seeking to eliminate the barriers that exist when finding talent.

“Change starts with new ideas. We are witnessing the positive relationship that exists between an inclusive culture, improved employee engagement and innovation with business results,” said Leonardo Sánchez Guillén, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Americas Latin.

“Talent has no gender, no nationality, no age. When we talk about attracting the best talent, it is the one who meets the knowledge, skills and abilities requirements that we are looking for. Also, having a work environment where people feel welcome and motivated is the best way to encourage the team to perform at their best,” he added.

Chubb currently has its own operations in nine countries in the region, with 112 offices and over 5,000 employees.


Source metroecuador.com

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