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When doing good in the world is part of the job

Johnson & Johnson offers a unique program to encourage giving back and advancing healthcare around the globe. Here’s how five employees took advantage of the opportunity to make change.

15 employee benefits that help make Johnson & Johnson a great company

Generous parental leave? Check. Support for mental well-being? Check. Here are some of the ways the company stands out when it comes to built-in benefits for its 150,000+ employees.

Johnson & Johnson pledges $600,000 in disaster relief in response to the bushfire crisis in Australia

It’s just one way the company has mobilized to help the country with both emergency and recovery efforts in the wake of the large-scale fires.

12 reasons why you should give blood this summer

In honor of World Blood Donor Day, here’s a look at why the warm weather months are a crucial time to consider donating blood—and how just a few teaspoons can have a big impact on someone’s life.

Katherine Hannan: The intrepid nurse who battled the deadliest flu pandemic in history

Some 50 million people would succumb to the Spanish influenza outbreak of 1918. And this Johnson & Johnson employee went out of her way to be at the very front lines of caring for the sick.

Talent for Good: “My company let me take a month off work to volunteer”

For World NGO Day, meet four Johnson & Johnson employees who signed up for a new company pro bono program that enabled them to take a leave from work to help nonprofits in Latin America advance their missions.

The gift of giving back: 3 amazing Johnson & Johnson employees who are making a difference in their communities

From acting as a “godmother” to young refugee boys in Finland to spearheading a program to provide free 3-D printed prosthetic hands to people in need throughout Asia, these employees are a force of good. For International Volunteer Day, we’re sharing their inspiring stories.

Meet the women behind Johnson & Johnson’s long legacy of employee volunteerism

As Thanksgiving approaches, we’re taking a look at the giving back ethos of the historic Laurel Club—an all-women employee group that helped lay the groundwork for the company’s lasting dedication to helping those in need.

Meet the Johnson & Johnson Engineer Giving Back to His Home Country—One Computer at a Time

Philemon Padonou overcame great obstacles to become a lead software developer—a job that inspired him to start a nonprofit called CodeToHope. For National Engineers Week, we highlight his amazing story.

What it’s like to go on an Operation Smile mission

Since 1988, Johnson & Johnson has partnered with Operation Smile to help under-served children. One employee shares the life-changing experience of participating in a volunteer mission in Vietnam.