Extraordinary times call for extraordinary actions.
Medtronic was founded with a Mission designed to serve patients, healthcare partners, our employees, and our communities. Today we're delivering innovative healthcare technology, products, and services that improve the lives of two people every second. But we must do more.
Our focus on better outcomes for the world remains constant in the face of evolving global challenges. With 90,000-plus people across 150 countries, we see extraordinary possibilities to further increase our positive impact on some of society’s biggest challenges.
Company to highlight environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts in inaugural ESG Investor Briefing
DUBLIN, October 12, 2021 / 3BL Media / – Medtronic plc (NYSE:MDT) today released its fiscal year (FY) 2021 Integrated Performance Report: Engineering Impact and will share key updates at its inaugural ESG Investor Briefing, to be hosted on Oct. 13, 2021. The company also unveiled its refreshed brand with a new tagline, “Engineering the Extraordinary”.
As a result, Medtronic receives highest U.S. honor for support of Guard and Reserve employees.
On a sweltering night in the Iraqi desert, from a combat zone location he’s not allowed to divulge or describe, Captain Ruben Hidalgo wrote a long email home. Not to his sister this time. Or his mother. This time he wrote to the United States Department of Defense (D.O.D.).
“I wanted to say thank you to Medtronic and to all of my co-workers for everything they do to support me,” Hidalgo said, speaking on a scratchy, 1:00 a.m. Zoom call from Iraq. “And I wanted to do it in the most impactful way possible.”
Fast Company designation recognizes ‘cultures of innovation.’
Fast Company today named Medtronic as one of the world’s best workplaces for innovators, ranking the company #51 on its worldwide list.
“Our commitment is to be the most innovative company in healthcare, and we need the best people to do that,” said Medtronic CEO Geoff Martha. “The best people want to work for a company which stands for something. More than ever, people see this in Medtronic, and we’re proud to be recognized as a company that helps innovators thrive.”
Propelled by our employee’s foresight and energy, we relentlessly pursue solutions to sustainability challenges.
The baseline for sustainable business practices is ever rising. Governments around the world continue to update safety and sustainability regulations, but they can’t keep up with people’s expectations. This movement — this call to do better — is being led from the ground up. Organizations must elevate their standards for sustainable business practices, exceeding what is needed today for a better tomorrow.
Diversity Networks and employee resource groups (ERGs) foster belonging for employees and support initiatives for a more inclusive Medtronic.
Diversity Networks and ERGs often begin as platform for inclusion — to create space for employees to connect based on shared identities. But at Medtronic, our Diversity Networks and ERGs do even more. They help role-model inclusion and diversity and, through unique partnerships and volunteer efforts, help amplify our impact in communities.
The time to simply “address” racial and ethnic inequities has passed. Today, we partner to actively break down systemic inequities.
Deep-seated inequities affect millions of people every day. The problem is bigger than any one person, company, or movement can tackle alone. Nevertheless, our Mission motivates us to do our part to do more — to amplify our impact beyond the walls of our business and to create meaningful change.
Driving economic opportunity through supply chain diversity
Think about the device you’re using to read this article. You know from whom you bought it, but who made the components? Who fabricated the screen? And what can supply chain decisions do to advance the people and communities that helped create the device?
How our employees' skills and passions create lasting change through community engagement.
Our world and our expectations have dramatically changed over the past two years. Both COVID-19 and ongoing social-justice issues forced many of us to reconsider what's important and meaningful in our lives — our relationship with businesses and employers is no exception.
Consumers and employees alike increasingly expect more from businesses. People expect the organization and corporate leaders for whom and with whom they work to be purpose-led and to reflect their values. At the front of that charge are those who straddle the line between CEO and consumer — employees.
Innovative technology can greatly improve clinical and economic outcomes — and make a significant impact on healthcare access.
Every year, noncommunicable conditions like cardiovascular disease and stroke are among the top 10 causes of death in the United States. The resources to address these systemic health issues, however, lie behind fragmented geographic, racial, and socioeconomic lines — which have only been deepened by the pandemic. Transforming care beyond the doctor’s office is key to transforming care at scale.