Prudential Financial vice chairman Robert Falzon says the United States' economic success is going to be reliant on closing the "skills gap" and that the responsibility should largely rest on companies like his.
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Sharing more than money: Prudential helps drive recovery from all angles
Chairman and CEO Charles Lowrey joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and CEOs from eight of New Jersey’s largest companies in pledging to provide jobs and economic opportunity to more than 30,000 residents by 2030 and spend an additional $250 million on procurement with state-based companies by 2025.
How to build an anti-racist organization
Prudential leaders spoke with Quartz.com about steps the company is taking to not only promote equity and inclusion but combat racism in the workplace.
Chairman and CEO Charles Lowrey shares efforts to drive racial equity
Alongside CEOs of 23 other companies, including Pfizer and HP, Lowrey outlines for Business Insider steps Prudential is taking to lead progress toward social equity.
Where are all the women CEOs?
The key to empowering more women to rise to the CEO seat involves rethinking one-size-fits-all paths to leadership and concerted efforts to look at leaders through a different lens, Caroline Feeney, CEO of Prudential’s Individual Solutions group, told The Wall Street Journal.
Building financial skills and confidence
Naomi Mulgrave, vice president of Strategic Solutions in Prudential’s Individual Solutions Group, discusses how Americans—who grade themselves as “C” or lower when it comes to financial literacy—can boost their knowledge to maximize their full potential to build lasting financial wellness.
Spotlight On Prudential: Building A More Just And Shared Prosperity
In JUST Capital's 2018 list of America’s Most JUST Companies, Prudential once again ranks first in the Insurance industry and places in the top 25 overall – arguably a result of the company’s dedication to this mission, as well as its persistent efforts to generate quality jobs, create inclusive experiences for employees and customers, produce beneficial products, and strengthen local communities, especially in its hometown of Newark where it forges strategic partnerships to build shared prosperity.
Millions of American jobs are going unfilled because of the 'skills gap'
Been in a job for four years? This insurance giant says it's time to consider a move
Rob Falzon has spent nearly his entire career at one company, but that hasn't kept him from trying — and succeeding in — six different roles.
'Marketing Today': Prudential Financial's Colin McConnell
For its 100th episode, the Marketing Today podcast spoke with Colin McConnell, senior vice president and chief brand officer for Prudential Financial. McConnell has enjoyed an extraordinary 27-year career at Prudential, rising from college recruiter to speech writer to being a member of the team that started the company’s in-house advertising agency, and then on to his present role leading that agency and the brand, which is one of the largest in the financial services category.
With around $1.4 trillion in assets under management and about $3.7 trillion of gross life insurance in force, Newark-based Prudential Financial ranks among the world's largest financial institutions and as the second-largest life insurer in the United States. The numbers are undeniably impressive, and speak to Prudential's ability to anticipate market needs over its 140-year history.