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At Liberty Mutual, being there for people when they need us most is what we’ve been doing for more than a century.
During this uncertain time, the health and well-being of our employees, customers, partners and the communities where we live and work continue to be our primary concern during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
On behalf of the entire Liberty Mutual community, we extend our deepest appreciation to the healthcare professionals and essential workers keeping our communities safe – we are truly grateful.
Our employees and prospective candidates
We’re committed to living our Value of putting people first by providing our employees the flexibility they need to balance their work, family, health, and well-being during this time. We continue to be thoughtful and flexible in all our decisions, guided by our own employees’ sentiment, local risk, government guidance and other factors.
We are actively hiring and the Liberty Mutual team will be conducting most candidate interviews virtually until further notice. Pursuant to Liberty Mutual policy and applicable law, US employees who work in a Liberty Mutual office; work outside of an office interacting in person with customers, clients, or vendors; or work outside of their home in a physical location where Liberty Mutual work is performed must, as a condition of employment, provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or regularly provide a negative COVID-19 test result before reporting to work. Further, some Liberty Mutual employees may be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment based on the requirements of their role. All employees must also comply with all other applicable company policies, including masking and screening requirements. The health and well-being of our employees, candidates, customers, partners and the communities where we live and work are our primary concern as the pandemic continues to evolve globally.
We continue to be dedicated to servicing our customers and have worked diligently to limit disruptions by implementing new technology and innovative solutions.
Our philanthropic response to the pandemic continues to focus on helping our community partners when they need us most. Among our many efforts across the U.S., we’ve distributed $18 million to nonprofits serving those impacted by COVID-19. Together, these nonprofits provide shelter, eviction prevention, health care and mental health services, as well as help addressing immigrant needs, food insecurity and student learning loss. In addition, we’ve made cash grants to global nonprofits and donated masks, medical supplies, food, disinfectant products and other necessities to our partner organizations.
We’ve also empowered our employees to give through virtual or remote programs, with one such program decorating and donating more than 12,000 duffle bags for children in foster care.
To learn more about Liberty Mutual Foundation’s efforts, check out our 2020 Giving Report.