The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is the world’s most broadly based healthcare business. It’s made up of more than 275 companies in over 60 countries. Altogether, Johnson & Johnson employees help the company touch over a billion lives every day.
The company's ongoing success comes from the shared values of its Credo. Johnson & Johnson employees apply Credo values to their everyday decisions and activities.
“The world today requires the very best that Johnson & Johnson
has to offer, and we are constantly striving to come up with ways
we can innovate and lead,” - Alex Gorsky Chairman CEO”
Els - “Driving your own career within our companies.”
Ulrich - "Johnson & Johnson has a very inspirational objective
to serve patients and customers and consumers. So all
products are designed to make lives of people better."
Johnson & Johnson and its employees serve customers through three business segments:
The Consumer segment provides a range of brands that millions of people of all ages around the world use each day to protect and improve their health.
The Medical Devices segment produces a range of innovative products that are vital for healthcare professionals.
The Pharmaceutical segment, represented by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, is dedicated to addressing today’s most important unmet medical needs.
Reza - "It’s amazing the amount of the know-how and technologies
that are being used in all different parts of J&J that are being
usedfor state of the art products and process."
Fang - "Every day at work I discover new things.
That’s what really drives me to come to work every day."
Credo values drive J&J’s “culture of caring,” which is characterized by employees who:
Outside of work, J&J supports employees who volunteer their time and talents to local and global communities.
Suzanne - "There is a great energy and excitement about coming
to work each day and being involved in this community."
Mildred - "Every company has their own style,
organizational culture, but we are all J&J."
People who work for J&J companies around the world are aligned by their values and by the knowledge that their work touches the lives of more than a billion people every day.
They come from dozens of cultural backgrounds, and each brings a unique set of experiences. They collaborate on teams and value the unique perspective that each colleague brings. And they help ensure that every member of the team has a chance to make their mark and drive their career growth.
People who succeed at Johnson & Johnson:
Identifying with J&J’s Credo values and having a sense of how to drive their career forward each day are central to being vital as an employee.
Michael - "'Be Vital' helps define the larger role that our employees
play in improving, enhancing, and extending people’s lives."
Ibraheem - "The values I have match with those
of the Johnson & Johnson Credo."
Today it’s more critical than ever to find new ways to accelerate scientific breakthroughs that can benefit patients worldwide. Investing in innovations has helped Johnson & Johnson increase its leadership in healthcare technology and focus on the areas where it can make the most impact.
J&J has established three global innovation centers in London, Boston, and Menlo Park, California, and will open a fourth center this year in Shanghai. These centers support an international network of scientific entrepreneurs by providing access to best-in-class laboratory facilities and scientific expertise.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation, a division of Johnson & Johnson Finance Corporation, focuses on accelerating early innovation and enhancing opportunities for collaboration and investment across Johnson & Johnson's global healthcare businesses.
Through its broad base of healthcare businesses, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is uniquely positioned to bring innovative ideas to life. Learn more about J&J’s leadership across Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices, and Consumer businesses.
“In the end it’s about the science, it’s about the innovative power
a company can bring.”
Ton Logtenberg, PH.D Founcer/CEO Merus
“I’m really excited about the science we’re pushing forward
and the opportunity we have to do some really innovative work.”
Peter DiLaura, President & CEO, Second Genome
Ethical environment of work. Supporting seniors
Distribution of product is major challenge in sales.
Advice to Management
Improving distributor channel for the sales.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Johnson & Johnson in October 2015.
As I was referred by a current employee, there was a phone screen with a Senior Brand Manager, then formal interviews with 4 senior brand people including a VP and an Operations head.