Addressing the shortage of health workers is a top priority for Johnson & Johnson. One of the most inspiring ways we do this is through our WiSTEM2D program dedicated to inspiring girls and women to pursue STEM professions.
With a workforce of nearly 140,000 people across the world, we have an amazing network of talented people eager to share the skills they’ve honed at Johnson & Johnson in ways that can help their communities grow more resilient for the long term.
Lisa Tay, head of HR in J&J Asia Pacific on how the company's Talent for Good strategy aims to empower nearly 140,000 employees to grow personally and professionally by applying their time, their skills and their resources to build healthier communities.
The first few years of a child’s life are pivotal when it comes to future health and well-being. Just ask these young men and women—all 2018 One Young World Summit Scholars—who won't rest until they've given children a chance to reach their full potential.
Humanity’s most groundbreaking achievements—women’s suffrage, the moon landing, eradicating disease – have always been the result of collaboration. Whenever dedicated people come together, something powerful happens. A shared purpose turns individuals into a collective—and historic change becomes possible.
We have a proud tradition of support for employee volunteer work at Johnson & Johnson stretching back more than 100 years— in fact, it's one of the commitments enshrined in Our Credo. "We must be good citizens," it states, and "support good works and charities."
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.
At Johnson & Johnson, among the most valuable resources available to us are our employees. As we look to build the skills and capacity of midwives around the world, and meet our Commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals , the talents and passion of our 127,000 employees are playing a major role.
The term “natural disaster” is a misnomer. Natural ecosystems often require disturbances such as fires and floods to remain healthy. They have an inherent resilience to the occasional battering. Crises created by destructive natural events might be more aptly referred to as “social disasters,” because of the toll of life and economic damage left in their wake.
Among large companies, providing employees with paid time off (PTO) for volunteer work is the exception to the rule. In fact, just 22% of organizations offer this high-impact benefit, according to the Society for Human Resource Management's most recent Employee Benefits Report.
The Johnson & Johnson STEM mentorship program for high schoolers and undergraduates turns 25 this year. And who better to speak to its impressive track record than a Bridge to Employment graduate who went on to do great things.
Since its launch in 1992, the Johnson & Johnson Bridge to Employment initiative has helped 14- to 18-year-olds pursue education, excel in academics, and broaden their career aspirations. Over 75 Bridge to Employment sites have been established in disadvantaged communities on six continents. The program aims to increase the number of students who enroll in higher education as well as increase the number of students pursuing health or science careers.