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  • “Young women in science and technology need outstanding role models to motivate and inspire them to pursue their dreams. Being recognized as such a role model with the WXN Top 100 Award is a real honour and I hope it influences young women to make choices that will change their lives – and those of others – for the better.” ~ Natalie Dakers, 2018 Top 100 Award winner and President & CEO of Accel-Rx - Canada's Health Sciences Accelerator. Read Natalie's full blog post about Gender Parity: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMs5l . We are proud to partner with Manulife and introduce the Manulife Science and Technology category, as part of this year’s Top 100 Awards. The Top 100 Winners are some of the most powerful women in Canada not only because of their standing or abilities, but how they inspire and champion others. They are advocates for change and empower others by their actions and accomplishments.


    Awards are nice, but my eyes are on the bigger prize: gender parity. When I was recognized as a WXN Most Powerful Women Top 100 Award Winner for 2018, I was truly happy. Not because I'd have a nice, shiny award for myself, but because I know that being recognized as a leader means people will listen to what I have to say.

  • Ethan chose to come to Manulife to be part of a successful sales culture that continuously cultivated new ideas. To learn more about what Ethan does and apply to his team, click here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQYsV

    Internal Wholesaler, Wealth Management (Toronto region)

    Click the link provided to see the complete job description.

  • Our interns wrapped up their semester with a Q&A with our CEO, Donald Guloien! Wondering what the intern experience with us is all about? Find out: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcRn

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    Manulife CEO Donald Guloien announces his intention to retire as of Sept. 30; Roy Gori to succeed Guloien as CEO on Oct. 1

    Manulife today announced that Donald Guloien, President and Chief Executive Officer, has made the decision to retire as of September 30, and that Roy Gori, who will become Manulife's President on June 5, will succeed Mr. Guloien as CEO and join Manulife's Board of Directors, effective October 1.

  • Have you picked up your copy of Globe and Mail? For the 6th year in a row we have been named Canada's Top Employers for Young People. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQXaM

  • Students have spoken and we have been ranked as an Ideal Employer thanks to their responses for the 4th year in a row! You can read more in the Globe and Mail here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vISP7

    Financial firms gaining traction among science and technology students

    Canadian banks are gaining in the race to attract the top young talent needed to build the next wave of financial technology, a new survey shows. More than 20,000 business and engineering students from more than 200 postsecondary schools across the country weighed in with their perceptions of the pay, advancement opportunities, reputation and image of major companies from coast to coast.

  • To our friends and colleagues at John Hancock US, congrats on being recognized by Forbes as the #5 best employer in Massachusetts and #172 in all of America: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIkY8

    Best businesses to work for in Mass.

    Here is a list of the best businesses to work for in Massachusetts from our friends at Forbes.

  • Congratulations to Pamela O. Kimmet who was appointed to Manulife Financial Corporations Board of Directors. With this addition, 36% of Manulife's independent directors are now women.

  • There’s a lot of great recognition happening at Manulife. Forbes has just named us one of Canada's Best Employers 2016, ranking #29 out of 250. Explore our current opportunities to join a leading employer: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIMCe

    Manulife

    At Manulife, you will feel good about being part of our Company. We honour our social commitment by giving something back to the communities where we do business. We actively help to build stronger neighbourhoods, promote health and wellness, and enhance environmental sustainability - and encourage our employees to do the same.

  • Proud to have been named one of Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures by Waterstone Human Capital. President and Chief Executive Officer of Manulife, Donald A. Guloien recently accepted our award at the Waterstone Award Gala!

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