Mercer is a global provider of human resources solutions and world leader in helping organizations leverage the power of their people to achieve peak performance.
If you thrive on challenge, are passionate about ideas, love solving problems, and truly enjoy connecting with people, we encourage you to explore the hundreds of job opportunities available through Mercer.
Our core strengths in consulting, outsourcing and investments place Mercer in a unique position to help our clients achieve the extraordinary – and extraordinary results require extraordinary people.
What does it mean to work for Mercer?
Working for Mercer means:
We help clients around the world advance the health, wealth and performance of their most vital asset – their people.
Passion to win and be the best at what we do, reflected in our people, thought leadership, solutions and clients
Respect for diversity: listening to and collaborating with others, being inclusive and bringing the best ideas forward
Integrity in everything we do: knowing what is right and acting responsibly with our clients, colleagues and communities
Innovation that anticipates our client needs and reshapes the marketplace
Dedication to serving our clients with unparalleled quality and proven success
Empowerment to act like business owners and be accountable for our decisions
For more information, please visit the profile of our parent company, Marsh & Mclennan.
Mercer offers a comprehensive total rewards package designed with your health and wealth in mind. Here are just some of the rewards and benefits offered:*
*Employment policies and benefits will vary according to country.
Whatever your chosen career path, Mercer is there to support you every step of the way.
Whether you’re a recent graduate just beginning your career, a senior consultant looking for new and exciting opportunities or a seasoned executive on the leadership track, our world-class learning and development programs provide you and your manager with the education, information and tools you need to progress in your career at Mercer.
Mercer’s stock-in-trade is the intellectual capital generated by our employees, so we place a premium on continuous learning and improvement.
Mercer’s learning curriculum includes hundreds of online and in-person seminars, courses, certification programs and training sessions across a variety of disciplines to help you expand your knowledge and develop new and valuable skills.
In addition to our own learning curriculum, Mercer provides post-graduate training in a number of areas.
In many cases, Mercer also provides tuition reimbursement and other support – such as study days – to colleagues who are completing qualifications/certifications. Approved qualifications/certifications vary by business/function and country.
The challenges faced by Mercer’s 25,000 clients don’t fit neatly into any one category, and neither do our 18,900 employees ... we like it that way.
Harnessing the diverse backgrounds, experiences and approaches of our people isn't just a business necessity - it's the right thing to do. At Mercer, we pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive culture, where different perspectives - professional and personal - are respected and welcomed.
At Mercer, diversity means:
Inclusion. We welcome, appreciate and respect all of our colleagues – of all backgrounds, races, genders, ages, religions, national origins, sexual orientations and gender identities.
Diversity is one of our core values, and our diversity efforts center around our commitment to our employees, to our clients and to the communities in which we work.
Mercer draws on employees’ different personal characteristics and life experiences to create an environment in which employees can thrive and contribute fully to our shared success.
Our clients expect innovative solutions to their most complex business challenges, and it is through our collective diversity that we are able to offer an unmatched array of products, solutions and advice. Mercer places a premium on diversity of approach, ideas and viewpoints. The diverse background of our 19,000 employees in 41 countries provides our clients with the answers they seek.
Mercer and our parent company, MMC, partner with a variety of external organizations in support of our diversity objectives.
I worked at Mercer full-time (More than 3 years)
- People (in select groups)
- Internal mobility opportunities
- Red tape
- Bureaucracy / office politics
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Mercer.
I interviewed with 9 different individuals on 4 separate occasions, was even flown out for an interview, and was then told by the Recruiter in a copied/pasted email that I was not being considered. Terrible way to be treated.