Takeda strives to have a workplace as diverse as the patients we serve. We are committed to embracing differences, exploring possibilities and developing our employees. Our success depends on fostering an inclusive environment where all employees are welcomed, empowered and inspired to use their unique voices and talents. This is how we will find innovative approaches to serve our patients, customers and communities. This is how we will reach our highest potential together.
President & CEO
For more than 230 years, Takeda has served society with innovative medicines that help patients enjoy their lives to the fullest. To achieve this, Takeda has made Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) not just a part of our culture, but an essential component of our corporate vision for long-term growth, innovation, and success.
Our team-focused culture incorporates many ideas, perspectives and viewpoints in our determination to put patients at the center of everything we do. Our inclusive programs and policies make Takeda a workplace of choice where talented professionals can grow and flourish. Employee survey feedback recognizes the company’s commitment, which is a key contributor to our multiple workplace awards.
Takeda’s Diversity & Inclusion Council
To ensure we support both our workforce and our business strategy, our U.S. D&I Council represents many areas of our business. Council members advocate for all of our employees while providing insight into their parts of the organization in developing and promoting current programs and policies.
One notable achievement is the expansion of our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). ERGs consist of individuals with shared characteristics and life experiences, as well as their advocates and allies. These groups work to enhance career development, foster personal development, and positively contribute to business outcomes.
Takeda’s Employee Resource Groups
Takeda’s Inclusive Culture
At Takeda, we continue to broaden our efforts to ensure a fully inclusive culture to secure our place as an employer of choice, as a valued contributor within the communities in which we live and work, and as a leader in providing innovative solutions for patients.
Current programs that further these goals include:
• Diverse recruiting initiatives and partnerships
• Cross-cultural awareness training and resources
• Flexible employee policies and programs
• Healthcare Business Women’s (HBA) mentor program
• Performance-based recognition
• Community outreach programs
• Supplier diversity programs
• Cross-functional U.S. Diversity Council and Field Task Force
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