The company is honored to be recognized for its cutting-edge approach to solving some of healthcare’s most urgent needs.
Innovation has always been at the heart of Johnson & Johnson’s mission to change the trajectory of human health around the world. Now, the company's medtech business, which is now known as Johnson & Johnson MedTech (JJMT), is being recognized for that very attribute.
Johnson & Johnson’s unwavering commitment to addressing some of the world's toughest health challenges hasn't gone unnoticed. Fortune just ranked Johnson & Johnson as a Top 50 All-Star on its World's Most Admired Companies list for the 20th consecutive year. For 2022, the company ranked #1 on the Pharmaceutical Industry list for the ninth year in a row and in the top 20 on the overall Top 50 All-Stars list. Learn how innovativeness, social responsibility and other key attributes landed the company on the global corporate reputation list.
One year and five lessons: What we’ve learned so far on our Healthy Lives Mission journey to be more environmentally sustainable
Just one year ago, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health announced our Healthy Lives Mission – a 10-year, $800 million pledge to improve the sustainability and impact of our products and brands. Our teams have been working hard to make progress and we have learned…a lot.
Recently honored with two awards for supplier diversity and inclusion, Johnson & Johnson proudly maintains that our differences are our strength, and our diverse culture unleashes our potential.
The commitment to diversity at Johnson & Johnson extends beyond the company's employees. For more than two decades, we have been actively building a community of suppliers that reflects the many backgrounds of our consumers, patients and customers.
The company now has more Lighthouse designations than any other. Learn how Johnson & Johnson sites are improving how and when we get the healthcare products and services we need and serving as a beacon to other manufacturers worldwide.
Every day, more and more new technologies that seem straight out of a sci-fi movie—from intelligent robots to self-driving cars—are making headlines.
For companies around the world, identifying and implementing these new technologies has become a priority. But some have been quicker to adapt than others. The World Economic Forum established the Global Lighthouse Network in collaboration with McKinsey & Co. in 2018 to accelerate a more comprehensive and inclusive adoption of these technologies in manufacturing.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., November 30, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Johnson & Johnson announced that the Company has executed a power purchase agreement (PPA) in the United States (U.S.), showing continued acceleration towards its ambitious goal to procure 100% renewable electricity for all Johnson & Johnson operations by 2025. With this new deal, Johnson & Johnson expects that it will source the equivalent of 100% of the Company’s electricity in the U.S.
The company is calling for ideas from applicants in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York City and Philadelphia with the aim of helping to address racial healthcare disparities at the local level.
Race, ethnicity and skin color should never dictate who stays healthy or gets sick.
The company is honored to be recognized for its part in helping battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week Fortune included Johnson & Johnson on its 2021 Change the World list, which spotlights companies across the globe that have leveraged their core business strategies to drive positive social impact.
It's the sixth year in a row that the company leader has placed on the list, which honors 50 women at the top of their industries.
Jennifer Taubert, Executive Vice President and Worldwide Chairman, Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson, has been named to Fortune's 2021 list of the Most Powerful Women in Business for the sixth consecutive year. Criteria for inclusion on the list include the health and direction of a leader's business and her social and cultural influence.