At first glance, Houdad Javidnia, Christopher Serafin and Brian Meier may not appear to have a lot in common. Yet, this year, all three were able to take advantage of unique benefits offered to them as employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in the U.S.—programs designed to help build a healthier and happier workforce.
A guiding mission at the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is to care for the world, one person at a time. But there’s another part of that mantra that’s also important: Care for the world—one product at a time.
It was November 2014, and Tahamtan Ahmadi—known as “Tahi” to most—was seated at a conference room table in Athens, Greece, across from one of the most well regarded multiple myeloma researchers in Europe.
When you think about what Johnson & Johnson does on a daily basis to improve the lives of women, things like making parenting easier (what would we do without No More Tears® shampoo?) or giving us glowing skin (thanks, Neutrogena®!) probably come to mind.
When Melinda Richter, Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS, cut the ribbon on the company’s first health sciences incubator in San Diego, in 2012, she couldn’t have imagined that in just four years, she’d be unveiling her sixth JLABS facility across the border in Canada.