Diversity & Inclusion
At Pfizer, we strive to be as diverse as the patients and communities we serve. By valuing our patients, colleagues, communities, and partners as essential building blocks of an inclusive community, we aim to promote a culture that encourages our people to bring their most authentic selves to work every day. By providing a sense of belonging for all employees, we are able to infuse our culture with a rich blend of organizational and human characteristics as well as demographics, identities, experiences, and traditions.
We realize that means not just attracting the best and brightest talent. But also ensuring our colleagues can thrive in an environment and culture where we champion Diversity and Inclusion every day, around the world.
Equity runs through everything we do.
We want all patients to have equal access to healthcare, and accessible and affordable drugs. Within our business, we believe everyone deserves to be seen, heard and respected for who they are.
That’s why we focus and invest in making Pfizer an amazing workplace for all. Our Diversity & Inclusion Leads around the world partner with Business Leaders to make sure our approach and processes reflect our key values.
But this isn’t just about what we do as a business: it’s about who we are. We want all our colleagues to develop, grow, and succeed. We commit to making that happen, and to sharing and celebrating our successes as we bring together people from all backgrounds, geographies and perspectives.
Learn More about our commitment to Equity.
We are standing together as a company and a global community of colleagues to denounce racism, discrimination, and senseless acts of violence against the black community. #pfizerproud #PFEColleague https://t.co/4xMdDl2kOc— Pfizer Careers (@PfizerCareers) June 1, 2020
Mona Babury, Diversity & Inclusion lead recently sat down with Lynn Bottone to find out her views on Equity.— Pfizer Careers (@PfizerCareers) October 13, 2020
At @pfizer, we thrive in an environment where we champion diversity every day around the world. #ManyCulturesOneCommunity pic.twitter.com/i2DCtiNDdu