We believe in supporting and empowering women in the workplace. Here’s how we’re making Boston Scientific a top place to work:
As part of our 3UP goals, we are committed to increasing our goal of representation of women at the supervisor and manager levels by 3 percentage points or more, to at least 43% by 2023.
Our progress has not gone unnoticed, receiving global recognition:
At Boston Scientific, we work collaboratively to solve healthcare’s toughest problems. Together, our global team of 36,000 helps us to impact 30 million patients each year. With career development programs and $1B invested in research and development, we’re committed to helping our employees and their ideas grow.
We go beyond our mission of transforming lives through innovative medical solutions and care for each other, our communities and the planet. In 2019, our employees volunteered more than 41,000 hours globally, including through our STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs that provide children with challenging and fun opportunities to inspire this next generation of innovators. Named the 16th greenest company in the United States by Newsweek, we are well on our way to our goal of achieving carbon neutrality in manufacturing and key distribution sites for all products by 2030.
Your success is our success. We know that diversity in the workplace – from gender and sexual orientation to race, background and more – is what drives innovation. Boston Scientific Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mike Mahoney says, “It’s important employees think about diversity and inclusion as much as innovation or growing the company. A culture that values diverse perspectives drives us all to be better and think differently—and that’s how we can solve healthcare’s toughest problems.”