Johnson & Johnson is a company of enduring strength that has been privileged to play an important role helping millions of people worldwide to be well and to stay healthy for more than a century of changes.
As the science of human health and well-being has grown, we have been able to grow along with it. More importantly, we have helped to shape and define what health and wellness in daily life.
Our products, services, ideas and giving now touch the lives of at least a billion people every day. We attribute our strength and endurance to a consistent approach to managing our business, and the character of our people. We are guided in everything we do for our Creed, a document management author of more than 60 years by Robert Wood Johnson, former chairman from 1932 to 1963, and by four strategic principles.
People and values â€‹â€‹are our greatest assets. We know that every invention, every product and every breakthrough we've brought to human health and welfare has been fed by people. Not ordinary people, however, but people whose personal values â€‹â€‹drive them to make a difference in the world. We believe that shared values â€‹â€‹embodied in Our Credo help us attract and retain the most talented values-driven people in the world. Diversity is a central part of cultures across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.
It is a key to the passion of our people to improve health and well-being of people worldwide. In addition, our commitment to diversity and inclusion is deeply rooted in the values â€‹â€‹instilled by our creed and is exemplified in a number of programs and activities of our companies. We must recognize the differences of age, race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, thinking style and background bring richness to our working environments. These differences will help us connect better with the health needs of people in communities worldwide. We believe that attracting, developing and retaining a base of employees who reflect the diversity of our customers is essential to our success. We also believe that success depends on relationships with various professional and patient organizations, civic groups and suppliers.
Johnson & Johnson is a highly diversified company with at least 230 subsidiaries, which are referred to as "Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies". Some of these subsidiaries include:
ALZA Corporation, Animas Corporation, BabyCenter, LLC, Biosense Webster, Inc., Centocor | Centocor, Inc., Cilag, Codman & Shurtleff, Inc., Cordis Corporation, DePuy | DePuy, Inc., Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., Ethicon, Inc., Global Pharmaceutical Supply Group (GPSG), Gynecare, HealthMedia, Independence Technology, LLC, Information Technology Services, Janssen Pharmaceutica, Janssen Pharmaceutica Products, LP, Johnson & Johnson Group of Consumer Companies, Inc., Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc., Johnson & Johnson - Merck Consumer, harmaceuticals Co.
Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development, LLC
LifeScan | LifeScan, Inc.
McNeil Consumer Healthcare
Ortho Biotech Products, L.P.
Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, Inc. OCD
Neutrogena | Ortho-Neutrogena (a merge of Neutrogena and Ortho Dermatological)
Personal Products Company
Pharmaceutical Group Strategic Marketing (PGSM)
Peninsula Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Transform Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson develops products and services for the beauty and health of people.
The group includes the largest producer of consumer health, the largest provider of medical and diagnostic services, and one of the largest companies in the world of biological and pharmaceutical products. Headquartered in New Brunswick, New Jersey (USA), the group has more than 250 companies operating in 57 countries and employing over 120,000 people.