Johnson & Johnson just received a Corporate Citizenship Award from the Committee for Economic Development—a distinction that speaks to the company's commitment to improve the well-being of people and the planet since 1886.
This July Fourth, as the U.S. celebrates its birth as an independent country, we're looking back at the many ways the company has been there for new mothers and their babies in the U.S.—and beyond—for over a century.
This Johnson & Johnson program pairs high school kids with local companies and institutes of higher learning to help set them up for success in the work world. We take a look at the inspiring statistics behind that success.
When you’re a company whose guiding principle is to help make the world a safer and healthier place, one person at a time, there is often no better way to measure impact than to pack your bags and experience hard work in action.