Johnson & Johnson's 2020 Health for Humanity Report details the progress it's made in the past five years in driving sustainable social, environmental and economic change around the globe. Now the company's looking ahead to the next five.
Most people get health insurance on the job, but what about resilience training, emergency backup care for loved ones and financial coaching? These are just a few of the unique programs the company is proud to offer.
It was the strongest earthquake on record in Japan—and it devastated Tohoku. In observance of the United Nations' International Day for Disaster Reduction, we tell the stories of survivors-turned-students of the Tomodachi J&J Disaster Nursing Training Program, who are transforming personal tragedy into hope for the future.
Work on a vaccine that could prevent HIV. Tapping into the power of geothermal energy to help reduce carbon emissions at a site in Belgium. Those are just two of the ways the company made a positive impact on the world's well-being last year.
Located in Singapore's Science Park, the new regional headquarters will feature a cutting-edge Design Lab, Leadership Lab and the company's first international Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute.
Every day is Earth Day at a company that has made sustainable practices a priority for more than 130 years. Take a look at these highly creative recycling programs that have popped up through the decades.
When you're a global healthcare company, you have to think big when it comes to your sustainability efforts. Big ideas like setting up giant wind turbines and harnessing geothermal energy from miles below the earth.
From the incredible researchers who've dedicated their life's work to fighting chronic diseases to those who work tirelessly to bring hope to underserved populations, we're taking a moment to celebrate the company's many heroes.
Robert Predale co-developed GAIA—a unique tool that enables the company to make products that are kinder to the planet. For World Environmental Health Day, we sat down with him to learn about his patent-worthy invention.
Johnson & Johnson just received a Corporate Citizenship Award from the Committee for Economic Development—a distinction that speaks to the company's commitment to improve the well-being of people and the planet since 1886.