Diversity and inclusion culture

Growing a Dynamic Workforce

The global workplace is changing. The workforce is aging, women and women of color represent a critical source of talent and health care decision-making, and currently under-represented ethnic groups will account for the majority of the U.S. population by the year 2060. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) market represents $884 billion in U.S. buying power alone, military veterans enter the workforce with significant leadership and team-building skills, and people with disabilities account for over 700 million individuals worldwide. For us to succeed in this next chapter of our company, we must proactively accelerate change and create a workforce for the 21st century that is gender-balanced, powerfully diverse and broadly inclusive.

We are building a diverse and inclusive culture to ensure that we are well positioned to meet current and future business challenges. We invest in our workforce and provide opportunities for them to develop and grow professionally. Embedded in our culture is the respect for and understanding that each individual brings a unique perspective to the table and has important contributions to make. Working together, we will continue to bring passion, innovation, speed and accountability to our work in order to make a difference in the lives of patients and to positively impact our communities and our planet.