CNA prides itself on promoting a culture that challenges and engages people. Our employees are committed to helping us achieve success, and we are committed to helping them in their professional development. We continuously seek new avenues for supporting and strengthening employees' knowledge, whether through tuition reimbursement, assistance for earning professional designations, online courses or in-house training.
Our dedication to continuous learning, employee engagement and the open exchange of ideas is the cornerstone of our business. These ideals, combined with our core values of integrity, diversity, financial focus, customer focus, professionalism and teamwork, enable us to explore new market opportunities and attract and retain an outstanding team of employees.
The core values that drive CNA as a business also serve as the framework for the CNA Foundation's charitable philosophy. Our employees are as passionate about supporting a thriving and safe neighborhood as they are about building a profitable and successful business. They express this commitment by participating in a wide array of volunteer activities sponsored by the CNA Foundation, including charity walks, home renovations and other community service projects. CNA also supports the personal generosity of our employees by matching employee contributions to qualified nonprofit organizations - dollar for dollar - up to $5,000 per year.
By striving to create a culture in which people know they matter and are part of something important, we can ensure the abilities of all employees are used to their fullest. As such, our commitment to diversity is a key component in our day-to-day business. Here are just a few of the things we do:
- Develop partnerships and contracts with minority and women-owned suppliers, associations and businesses
- Foster diversity awareness and skills at all levels and within all functions
- Explore new and diverse markets, customers, and distribution channels for CNA products and services
- Understand global cultures, customers' needs and business practices, and develop strategies to accommodate them
- Partner with and invest in the diverse communities where CNA does business
|By striving to create a culture in which people know they matter and are part of something important, we can ensure the abilities of all employees are used to their fullest.|