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CNA Employee Resource Groups create an inclusive workplace

CNA Employee Resource Groups create an inclusive workplace

 November 23, 2022

CNA believes diversity and inclusion reflect the world in which we live. Employees with different points of view, frames of reference, and life experiences bring an energy and unique advantage that is essential to delivering CNA's mission.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led groups formed around common interests and bonds or similar backgrounds. They enable members to advocate for a better, more inclusive workplace, and business practices.

All of CNA's ERGs are voluntary and open to any employee.

Current ERGs include:

  • Pride @ CNA:
    Offers a safe space for LGBTQ+ employees and allies to discuss concerns and celebrate pride. 
  • SupportHers:
    Sponsors meetings and events aimed at addressing the challenges women face in the workplace.
  • D&I Coffee Table:
    Holds monthly get-togethers to promote education and discuss D&I content employees have been reading, listening to, or watching.
  • Working Parents:
    Identifies, recommends and helps implement actions CNA can take to assist employees with school-age or younger children.
  • Young Professionals:
    Creates a space for new, young professionals to meet one another, find mentors within CNA, and learn how to be successful in the work environment.
  • Caregivers of People with Disabilities:
    Supports employees with children, siblings or dependents with disabilities, while helping CNA build supportive policies and an inclusive environment.

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