Broadridge is dedicated to maintaining relationships with external organizations that support inclusion programs that empower our associates. We partner with our clients, on philanthropic initiatives, and with diverse suppliers. Our recent recognitions include:
"Creating an inclusive workplace has helped foster associate engagement and enabled more effective responses to our diverse world of customers."
- Maryjo Charbonnier, Chief Human Resources Officer
We partner with external organizations that support us in understanding how we can be stronger advocates for inclusion internally and externally. Both SIFMA and Catalyst serve as resources for the organization while Women’s Bond Club (WBC) offers a select number of Broadridge associates the opportunity to focus on their development. The purpose of partnering with these and other organizations is to:
Align our brand with leading experts in the field
Gain useful insights, research and benchmarking information
Offer our associates the opportunity to network and get involved in external organizations on various subcommittees
Network at premier events to which we invite executives, clients and members
At Broadridge, we have a long history of supporting our communities. In 2009, we initiated The Broadridge Foundation. One of the Foundation’s key global relationships includes the MV Foundation, a non-profit organization inspired by the Magsaysay Award winner, Dr. Shantha Sinha. The MV Foundation has developed a unique and powerful approach to dealing with the problems of child labor and illiteracy in India, by enrolling children in Residential Bridge Camps (RBCs). RBCs provide a learning platform for children who have been involved in bonded and non-bonded labor activities and equip them with the knowledge and skills to integrate them into formal schools of learning.
Broadridge firmly believes in supporting global marketplace needs by ensuring the inclusion of diverse suppliers as part of our strategy. We launched our Supplier Diversity Program to engage with businesses owned by women, minorities, veterans, and small businesses to participate in our procurement process.
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Associate Success Stories
Systems Development Manager, Broadridge Canada
"A great leader once told me that “you are either moving forward or trailing behind – there is no status quo”. I believe in continuous growth and development. The Canadian Diversity and Inclusion Mentoring Program at Broadridge is a great initiative to help associates achieve personal growth and career development with exposure to senior executives within the organization. Participating in the program has strengthened my confidence as a leader and enhanced my business acumen while extending my professional network across the company. I feel privileged to work for a company that cultivates leadership development as a core value."
Trainee Consulting Analyst
"By leading a mentoring program at a local school for girls, myself and my colleagues were able to encourage twenty young women to be inspired to achieve their goals no matter what their background . In addition to leadership skills, this opportunity help build my organization and planning skills, soft skills like listening and closer relationships with my colleagues. It stimulated my creative side, gave me more confidence and made me even more aware of diversity of cultures and minds outside, as well as within Broadridge."
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