Johnson & Johnson Romania signs the Romanian Diversity Charter

“We are proudly joining the Romanian Diversity Charter and champion the diversity and inclusion of Romania in the regions we are part of, especially by leveraging the innovation and diversity. We are committed to adapting to the changing needs of the people we serve to impact the health of billions.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have been key drivers of Johnson & Johnson business success since our founding over 130 years ago. Our vision is for every person to use their unique experiences and backgrounds to spark solutions that create a better, healthier world.Half of Johnson & Johnson’s original 14 employees in 1886 were women and today more than 50% of upward promotions across Johnson & Johnson’s global workforce elevated women, and 45% of management positions were held by women.We strive to inspire a culture where each employee is valued and heard because they perform their best when they bring their best selves to work”, said Sévan Kaloustian, Managing Director of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, Administrator of Johnson & Johnson Romania.

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At Johnson & Johnson, we believe good health is the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. That’s why for more than 130 years, we have aimed to keep people well at every age and every stage of life. Today, as the world’s largest and most broadly-based healthcare company, we are committed to using our reach and size for good. We strive to improve access and affordability, create healthier communities, and put a healthy mind, body and environment within reach of everyone, everywhere. We are blending our heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity. Learn more at Follow us at @JNJNews.

Romanian Diversity Charter (Carta Diversitatii din Romania) brings together 124 signatories, covering cca. 182,000 employees from companies, public institutions and NGOs, who have publicly assumed the principles of the Charter, so that diversity, equal opportunities and social inclusion become values acknowledged and respected in Romania. Signing the Charter represents a valuable starting point for organisations wishing to embark on their diversity journey and also provides a framework for companies to develop existing policies. Under the auspices of the Charter, several initiatives have taken place (experience exchanges, workshops, debates, publications) where different practices and organizational policies of diversity management were presented, analyzed, debated and disseminated. More details at