Diversity & inclusion awards

We’re proud to be recognized for our diversity and inclusion efforts

Nationwide is a great place to work – and we’re not the only ones who think so.

Our most recent awards

100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune magazine. Thanks to our associates, and for the third year in a row, Fortune has recognized Nationwide as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.”

50 Best Workplaces for Diversity, Fortune magazine. Fortune has named us one of the 50 best companies for inclusiveness.

Top 50 Award, LATINA Style. Every year since 2012, LATINA Style has presented this award to Nationwide as one of the Top 50 places for Latinas to work.

Best Companies for Diversity, Black Enterprise magazine. Every year since 2011, Black Enterprise has named us a top employer for our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index. For the 13th year in a row, the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index has recognized Nationwide as a “Best Place to Work” for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender associates.

Corporate Leadership Award, National Urban League. Nationwide received this award for our dedication and commitment to economic empowerment and efforts to ensure fair and equal treatment for all Americans.

LATINO 100, Latino magazine. For the past three years, Latino magazine has listed Nationwide as among the companies providing the most opportunities for Latinos.

Top 100 Women Impacting Supplier Diversity, Women’s Enterprise USA magazine. Women's Enterprise USA honored Nationwide’s Supply Management Services group as among its Top 100 Women Impacting Supplier Diversity.

Inspiration Award, ClaimVets. Nationwide was selected for our dedication to helping ClaimVets fulfill its mission of transitioning veterans to careers in claims management.

Silver Torch Award, National Black MBA Association. We received this award for workplace diversity initiatives encouraging minority professionals to advance in strategic organizational positions.

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