Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Goals and Progress

Changing the Future Means Embracing Change

Committed to Diversity and Equity for All

We’re devoted to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We recognize that companies equipped with a range of voices and perspectives are better able to innovate, take risks, turn challenges into opportunities and achieve better business outcomes.
Changing the Future Means Embracing Change

Dedicated to Diversity: Our 2030 Goals

We have committed to the execution of a DEI strategy that achieves gender parity and doubles the representation of people of color in senior leadership roles by 2030. Our strategy includes:
  • Perpetuating the work we do every day to cultivate a workforce that feels valued, represented and recognized through programs like unconscious bias trainings and Courageous Conversation Circles.
  • Encouraging the growth of Employee Resource Groups that enable people to share their unique perspectives and experiences.
  • Bringing internal and external transparency to the work we’re doing and our results.
  • Identifying, assessing and addressing key drivers of pay equity.
  • Linking compensation to results.
  • Creating development programs that target the unique needs of women and people of color, like our Women in Technology Initiative y EMPOWER Program.
  • Assessing and honing our talent acquisition and pipelining processes.
While we know that progress will take time, we believe the actions we are taking will create the momentum needed to achieve our goals.

Sustaining Pay Equity

We’re proud to say that we have fair and equitable pay practices. And with extensive, long-standing policies and routines in place, we believe we can sustain these results.
Base salaries for women compared with men in comparable roles.**
Base salaries for people of color compared with white people in comparable roles.**

Our Workforce Representation

We review our employee representation data on a regular basis to assess our progress and inform our diversity and inclusion strategy.
Total Workforce Representation
  • White Women 40.2%
  • Men of Color 10.1%
  • Women of Color 21.4%
  • White Men 27.9%
  • Not Provided 0.4%
* Data as of 12/31/2022
We continue to advance the percentage of women and people of color across our company – but we know there is more to do.

Representation of Women Across the Organization

Representation of PoC Across the Organization

Our Goal: Senior Leadership Roles Filled 50% by Women and 20% by People of Color by 2030

Representation Goals: Women and PoC in Leadership Positions

At the end of 2022, 37.4% of our senior leaders were women and 14.7% were people of color. Through diligent work and accelerated actions, we’re optimistic that we will build the momentum and pace to achieve these goals.

Sharing Our EEO-1 Data

We regularly produce data on our workforce representation in response to the U.S. Department of Labor’s requirements, commonly known as EEO-1 data. Because this information is produced in a standard format, it can provide useful comparisons across industries. ***
We’re sharing our EEO-1 data, and we hope other corporations will do the same.
** Data as of April 1, 2023.
*** EEO-1 data is organized by government reporting job categories and may differ from how The Hartford categorizes its jobs internally as reflected in the 12/31/22 Total Workforce Representation charts.