Supporting a Global Workforce

Supporting a Global Workforce

Working together is our model for success. And no partner is more important to Medtronic than our employees. We work hard to fulfill the fifth tenet of our Mission — to recognize the dignity and the personal worth of all employees. We value an inclusive and diverse global workforce and strive to advance employees’ professional growth, support their health and wellness, and reward them with competitive compensation, benefits, and recognition.

AN INCLUSIVE AND DIVERSE CULTURE IS KEY TO INNOVATION AND SUCCESS
Through a culture of inclusion, we foster a vibrant and diverse Medtronic community that reflects the world in which we live and work. We attract, retain, and develop exceptional, diverse, and collaboratively minded individuals who lend critical insights that contribute to global human welfare.

EDUCATED, ENGAGED, HEALTHY EMPLOYEES — A SMART INVESTMENT
We expect a lot from our employees. In return, we provide learning and advancement opportunities and a healthy, safe, respectful, and rewarding work environment. These investments in our workforce help accelerate careers and enhance team expertise and productivity. 

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Omar Ishrak Joins Catalyst CEO Champions for Change Initiative
Omar Ishrak, CEO, Medtronic, joins Catalyst CEO Champions for Change, promoting the need for more women in senior leadership roles.
Sep 17, 2018 1:25 PM ET
The Right Fit
U.S. Army veteran joins Medtronic through a program focused on matching military skills with positions at the company.
Sep 13, 2018 1:15 PM ET
Medtronic Jumps to #3 on Diversity and Inclusion Top 100 List
Medtronic has been ranked third on the 2018 Thomson Reuters Diversity and Inclusion Index. This is the third year Medtronic has made the list, jumping ten spots from number 13, which they held in 2016 and 2017.
Sep 6, 2018 1:05 PM ET
Minnesota Faces of Margraten: “The Biggest Gift”
Linda Partridge of St. Cloud, Minn., was just three weeks old when her father, 28-year-old Lieutenant Norman E. Twetten, died in combat during World War II. Twetten perished on April 10, 1945, just days after learning his daughter had been born. As Linda grew up, memories of her father were kept quietly tucked away. The grief was just too much for her mother, Lorraine, to talk about. “I...
May 29, 2018 1:45 PM ET
DiversityInc Puts Medtronic on the "Top 50" List for 2018
When Amanda Miranda talks about her career path, she gets emotional. The biomedical engineer put her career on hold to start a family more than six years ago. Sadly, her son, Johnathon, was born with congenital heart failure, and passed away at age four. Finding herself with a newfound passion for helping patients like Johnathon, Amanda’s desire to rejoin the workforce was tempered by her own...
May 22, 2018 1:35 PM ET

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