No. 10 | Medtronic

From The Company

In 2021, we leaned further into removing barriers and advancing inclusion, diversity and equity (ID&E) in a more integrated way than ever before. We accelerated the pace of change with an evolved global strategy, adopted a leader-led accountability model, and enhanced our representation and inclusion goals.

We broke down barriers through differentiated development opportunities, more equitable career pathways and pay equity achievements.

We amplified our impact beyond our walls by creating economic opportunities through our global supplier diversity program, engaging in unique partnerships to advance diversity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and addressing health disparities that have persisted for far too long. As the global leader in healthcare technology, we are building a future where Medtronic will more fully use all its assets as a company to advance equity in our workplace, industry and communities.

Today, women represent 50% of our global workforce and hold 41% of global management positions at Medtronic. Ethnically diverse talent currently represents 38% of our U.S. workforce, and hold 25% of leadership positions, significantly surpassing our previous goals and demonstrating great progress toward our new goals established in 2021.

Company Facts


U.S. Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN

U.S. Employees: 42,494

2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 11


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