Medtronic moves up four spots on the list for cultivating a diverse and inclusive workforce. From advancing the careers of women to integrating D&I; processes into its overall HR integration and transformation efforts, the company continues to reinforce its commitment to driving healthcare forward. Incorporating employee feedback is also a priority at Medtronic.
- Blacks, Latinos, Asians on Board of Directors: 41.9% more than the Top 50
- Latinos Among Those Promoted Into Management: 39.9% more than the Top 50
- Women Among Those Promoted Into Management: 48% more than the Top 50
Chairman and CEO
"The priority we place on inclusion and diversity at Medtronic is based on a real belief that diversity makes a difference to the capabilities, thinking, and long-term success of our company."
Sophia H. Khan
Senior Director, Global Inclusion Diversity and Engagement
"With a strong commitment from Chairman and CEO Omar Ishrak, and the company's entire Executive Committee, Medtronic is committed to global inclusion and diversity in our workplace. This focus is consistent with the fifth tenet of our Mission — to recognize the personal worth of all employees — enabling us to better serve our patients, partners, and customers."
U.S. Headquarters: Minneapolis, Minn.
Global Employees: 93,038
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