Johnson and Johnson Joins to Attract US Veterans

Diversity is a central part of the cultures across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.

By Randy Miller

People and values are Johnson & Johnson’s greatest assets. They know that every invention, every product, and every breakthrough they’ve brought to human health and well-being has been powered by people. Not ordinary people, though, but people whose personal values drive them to make a difference in the world. They believe the shared values embodied in ‘Our Credo’ help them attract and keep the most talented values-driven people in the world.

Diversity is a central part of the cultures across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. It’s a key to their people’s passion for improving the health and well-being of people the world over. Further, their commitment to diversity and inclusion is deeply rooted in the values instilled by ‘Our Credo’ and is exemplified in a number of their companies’ programs and activities.

Johnson & Johnson recognize that differences in age, race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, thinking style and background bring richness to their work environments. Such differences help them connect better with the health needs of people in communities around the world.

They believe that attracting, developing and retaining a base of employees that reflects the diversity of their customers is essential to their success. Johnson & Johnson also believe success hinges on relationships with diverse professional and patient organizations, civic groups and suppliers.

With thousands of careers throughout the world, Johnson & Johnson invites all Military Veterans to visit the JNJ Website and start the career of a lifetime.

Visit Johnson & Johnson’s latest Hot Jobs posted to the Military job board.

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