You’ve probably heard of the concept of work-related burnout, but what is it, exactly? What does it feel like? And perhaps most importantly, how can you avoid it? We’ve got answers, including how we’re going out of our way to help the people on our team be, feel and do their best every day at Johnson & Johnson.
Leadership under pressure. Commitment to service. Proven domain expertise. What U.S. military veterans bring to the table is a unique mix of skills and values, and it’s the reason they're so valuable to our team.
Game-changing innovation at scale? That's the daily routine for Market Access professionals at Johnson & Johnson, and storytelling is a key part of how we do it. Learn more from Steven Zona, including how you can join him on our team today.
More than three decades have passed since sociologist Arlie Hochschild coined the term " second shift" in reference to the cleaning, food preparation, caregiving and other forms of unpaid household labor that often await working mothers at the end of a workday. Yet for the past two-plus years, "simultaneous shift" might be the more accurate descriptor, one which has had far-reaching implications for women's career development as well as their mental health.
The antithesis of "cookie cutter" ("I speak from an authentic place"), Andrea Ireland is a Market Access leader at Johnson & Johnson, a champion of greater inclusivity in clinical trials—and someone who is putting diverse voices at the center of healthcare decision-making today.