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At Broadridge, we recognize our long-term success and ability to innovate are directly tied to how we engage and develop our associates to bring their best to work. We believe our associates can bring their best only when they feel safe, understood and valued as the individuals they are.
“We commit to intentionally maintain an equitable and inclusive environment and culture in which every associate feels connected to our organization.
We work diligently and collaboratively to ensure Broadridge is a company—and ultimately a community—that recognizes and celebrates diversity in all its dimension.”
“The work that we are doing around diversity, equity and inclusion is imperative to our business, but even more critical to the world we live in.”
– Naadia Burrows, Chief Diversity Officer
This isn’t just smart business. It’s the right thing to do.
Why? Because you matter.
DEI at Broadridge is…
So, what does that look like at Broadridge?
DEI strategy framework:
What does that mean to me?
To sustain and promote DEI process and strategy we will….
DEI has always been a Broadridge value. Bringing that culture to life is in everyone’s ability.
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Ready for Next
Being "Ready for Next" means our approaches to talent, culture and the marketplace are equipped for innovation. These three strategic pillars empower us to attract and grow the best talent, provide our associates what they need to thrive and guide our efforts and investments to advance DEI in the market and our communities.
Attract, hire, develop and retain a diverse workforce representative of the global communities in which we live and work—at all levels of the organization.
Implement strategies, policies, and practices that increase the inclusion and belonging for associates across level, department, tenure, social identity and background.
Design strategies, processes and systems to leverage our commercial ecosystem to advocate for DEI with our clients, suppliers, advisors, investors and surrounding communities.
“We are building the most engaging workplace for the most talented associates in our industry.”
Broadridge supports associate-led networks where associates with similar backgrounds and interests can find peer support, shape company policy and culture, receive mentorship from senior members and develop their careers. While associate networks each have a specific focus, membership is open to anyone at Broadridge.
Our list of networks includes:
B.Pride is a support group for the entire spectrum of our LGBTQ+ associates and their allies. This includes, but is not limited to, individuals who identify as homosexual, bisexual, transgender, non-binary, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual, agender and aromantic. We foster a safe and inclusive work environment for all, while supporting initiatives focused on education and awareness, personal and professional development and community outreach through fundraising and volunteer work.
Disability Equity Associate Network raises awareness of workplace barriers that affect associates or their loved ones with disabilities—both visible and invisible—and creates a safe and compassionate space where people with disabilities and their allies can openly discuss these barriers. DEAN recognizes the strengths, innovation and benefits that people with disabilities contribute to the success of Broadridge.
Lead for Next is open to associates of all levels with a passion to Learn, Engage, Accelerate and Disrupt, leading our associates and clients to next. The LFN creates an environment where professionals of any age can come together for guidance and support. LFN is a community where early career professionals can grow professionally and build bridges across generational divides.
MultiCultural Associate Network supports the great diversity of Broadridge and works to ensure that associates at every level better represent the diverse communities in which we live. This is achieved through several initiatives, including professional development, education and awareness, networking opportunities and community outreach.
Veteran + First Responder Network acknowledges, supports, and embraces our proud community of associates who have answered the call of duty and served their nation or community, putting the safety of others before their own well-being. VFN supports and encourages shared experiences, recruitment efforts, career development, community partnerships, professional growth and retention.
Women’s Leadership Forum works to highlight and support women’s perspectives, advance the careers of women associates and address existing barriers to achievement in the workplace. By better understanding women’s experiences, we can champion their advancement, elevate our reputation as an employer of choice and ensure women's voices are represented internally and with our clients.
Broadridge values an environment that is rich in diversity and inclusion, and is committed to providing access to business opportunities with diverse suppliers (across gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic background, sexual orientation, veteran and disability status) as well as mission-driven enterprises. We aim to ensure that our procurement process remains transparent, objective and non-discriminatory in the selection of suppliers.
See our commitment to supplier diversity