Across Marsh McLennan, we value the service, sacrifice and dedication of our veterans. We are committed to helping with one of the major challenges veterans are faced with as they return home: employment.
Companies like ours have the resources to facilitate veterans’ transition to the civilian workforce and help them build successful careers as private citizens. Mercer is proud to join efforts across operating companies to hire from this talented pool. At Marsh McLennan as a whole, we are proud to currently employ 600 self-identified veterans, with 185 building their careers at Mercer.
Our senior leaders are deeply committed to honoring our nation’s veterans through meaningful employment.
“Veterans have served our country with distinction, and it is important that we show our support for them. It is both the right thing to do and the smart thing to do, for our company, clients and colleagues.” — Dan Glaser, President and CEO, Marsh McLennan
Hiring Manager Training
Our hiring managers understand the importance of hiring veterans, and they complete training courses that help them connect military skills to open roles at Mercer.
Support Before and After Hiring
Throughout the application process, we coach, train and provide feedback to veteran candidates.
Our support for veterans continues after they are hired. We have a nationwide Veteran Colleague Resource Group that:
Our veteran colleagues across Marsh McLennan put the hard-earned skills they gained in the military towards a fulfilling career. Hear from our veteran colleagues below about how they successfully made the transition.
"The leadership traits that made me resilient and tenacious in the Marine
On Veterans Day, 2013, Marsh McLennan President and CEO Dan Glaser announced that the company was making a commitment to hire 500 veterans by that same holiday in 2016. We are proud to say that we continue to make steady progress toward our goal.
“We know that employing veterans is more than just the right thing to do in helping to acknowledge their service; it’s just as much the smart thing to do for our organization and our business partners. Veterans bring their proven strengths — leadership, skilled- team building, resiliency, cross-cultural fluency, and dedication to mission and to each other. All of these qualities and more are what we expect, and what we get from, our veteran colleagues.” — Ken Haderer, Chief Operating Officer, Mercer
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