Our US companies look for individuals who are prepared to infuse their unique perspectives, background and experiences into our business process and thinking. That inclusive perspective expands innovation by broadening our perspective and challenging the status quo.
We know that our differences bring richness to our work environments. They help us better understand the needs of customers around the world.
Johnson & Johnson was named one of the 10 Best US Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses for 2012 by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA).
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) recognized Johnson & Johnson as having the nation’s top Latino Employee Resource Group (ERG) during the USHCC Fourth Annual Latino ERG Summit and Corporate Challenge in Chicago, Illinois.
Johnson & Johnson was ranked No. 11 by DiversityInc magazine on its “2012 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity®” list.
U.S. Veterans Magazine recognized Johnson & Johnson in their special “Best of the Best” for strides made in diversity efforts. Johnson & Johnson ranks among the 2013 nation’s Best of the Best in the category of ‘Top Supplier Diversity Programs’.
Johnson & Johnson is listed among America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises for the fifth consecutive year. This listing is the only national award that recognizes corporations for world-class programs that create opportunities for women’s business enterprises to compete for corporate contracts.
Working Mother magazine has named Johnson & Johnson as one of the Best Companies for Working Mothers in 2013. Johnson & Johnson is one of only two companies that have been on the Working Mother 100 Best list for all 28 years it has existed.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) help employees share ideas and insights around the challenges, career opportunities, and business potential of employees with specific diversity interests. View a list of our US ERGs.