Unum is committed to being a diverse and inclusive employer.
We strive to employ people who reflect the communities and customers we serve, and aim to create a workplace where everyone can reach their full potential.
Our Board aims to ensure its members are a diverse selection of dedicated directors with a range of expertise, experience, skills and backgrounds.
Read our Board Diversity and Inclusion policy
Unum is committed to supporting the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) ongoing Treating Customers Fairly initiative. Our philosophy is always to put customers first and improve our own processes wherever possible.
Good Recruitment Campaign
We have signed up to The Good Recruitment Charter. Devised and developed by The Recruitment & Employment Confederation’s employers’ advisory panel, the charter is the centrepiece of the Good Recruitment Campaign.
The charter defines good recruitment practice through nine key principles that we will aspire to. Good recruitment helps organisations acquire the talent they need to perform and grow. It also provides great candidate experiences and helps ensure that the UK workforce is used to its full potential.
For more details on the charter and the key principles behind it, visit the Good Recruitment Campaign.
We are committed to ensuring there is no human slavery or trafficking in any part of our business or supply chains.
Unum has been approved by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) to use Solvency II rules to calculate our capital requirements. Simply put, the cash and assets we must hold to ensure we can meet the guarantees and promises relating to our products.
How Unum approaches and manages its UK tax affairs.
We are committed to ensuring we fulfil our responsibilities as a Data Controller under GDPR. Read our full statement.
We take our responsibilities for protecting personal information seriously. Read our full data security statement.
If you are a policyholder of a group scheme provided by Unum then please be aware of our stance on due diligence. Read our full statement.