Diversity & Inclusion
TIAA-CREF has a long-standing history of commitment to diversity. Over the past several years, we have amassed an impressive record of recruiting, developing and maintaining a diverse and talented workforce. During the past decade, our commitment to workplace diversity has been recognized consistently in studies published by Fortune, Working Mother and Hispanic magazine, among other publications.
Building on our success, our goal is to ensure that we continue to respect the creativity, talents and experiences that each employee contributes regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, veteran status, medical condition or family circumstance. We actively recruit and hire members of underrepresented groups for opportunities in all areas, at all levels in the organization, to achieve our objective of a highly diversified talent pool.
Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Employment
TIAA-CREF is committed to providing equal opportunity across all employment practices including recruitment, selection, training/development, promotion, transfer and compensation, without regard to race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, national origin, disability, citizenship status, veteran status, gender identity or any category protected by law ("protected categories").
We believe our employees have a right to a diverse and inclusive workplace. To that end, discrimination or harassment based on any of these protected categories will not be tolerated and is cause for disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.
Further, TIAA-CREF managers and supervisors are responsible for upholding our equal employment opportunity policies and strategies, which are reflected in our recruiting, training, development and compensation practices.