Inclusion and diversity efforts are essential to our purpose. Working in a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive environment gives every employee inspiration, energy, and creativity to fulfill our Mission. A stronger and united Medtronic means we’re continuing to drive innovation and create powerful solutions that help our partners deliver better patient outcomes and contribute to human welfare.
The Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Engagement (GIDE) team supports our efforts to build a more inclusive culture and diverse workforce. GIDE plays a key role in helping us achieve our 2020 diversity targets to increase the representation of women in global management positions and ethnically diverse talent in U.S. management positions. From a pay perspective, we believe that women and men should be paid equally for the work they do. Annually, we conduct a comprehensive analysis of pay between our male and female employees to address inequity.
Medtronic has global Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to promote a grassroots approach to uniting around common interests and advancing a culture of inclusivity. To further accelerate the careers of women and United States ethnically diverse talent, we have four Diversity Networks dedicated to helping employees succeed both professionally and personally, with objectives that are tied to our business strategy.
We continue to make strides in building an inclusive, diverse, and equitable workplace:
Read a summary of our 2019 corporate citizenship progress
The Power of Purpose — Supporting a Global Workforce
Company receives global recognition for its efforts to drive inclusion and advance women in leadership roles.
Learn about the progress Medtronic is making on pay equity and our ongoing work to create an ever increasingly inclusive, diverse and equitable workplace.
Recognized for the seventh year, Medtronic remains steadfast in commitment to inclusion and diversity.
Medtronic works to better support women pursuing leadership roles.
This year’s theme, #BalanceforBetter, focuses on promoting gender balance in the workplace, politics, media, and beyond.
Dawn Bardot and others across the company’s information technology group are helping transform the future of healthcare.
Medtronic partners with African American community leaders to reduce economic disparities.
Medtronic works to match military veterans, like Steve Thielen, with roles at the company.
The 2018 ranking by Thomson Reuters reflects commitment by employees at all levels of the organization.
Recognized for the third year in a row, Medtronic remains steadfast in commitment to inclusion and diversity.
As the nation pauses to honor men and women who served, Medtronic works to address veterans’ issues.
“Re-career” event is designed to help veterans translate military skills into the corporate world.
She was the only female in her college engineering classes. Today, she’s an innovative R&D leader and inspiring other women.
Forty students attended the third Student Employer Exploration Day (SEED).
Experienced bioengineers take advantage of a Medtronic program that provides opportunities for women returning to the field. After six years away, one program participant re-enters the workforce with a new-found perspective.