AstraZeneca Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what AstraZeneca employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

AstraZeneca has a diversity rating of 4.1.

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Does there seem to be diversity at AstraZeneca?

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12 January 2021

Pros

Good strategy, lots of great and competent people, many brilliant scientists, high level of dedication and commitment amongst staff, best performing Biopharmaceutical company in the world

Cons

Too much politics and power gaming, highly demanding work environment with very little respect for work life balance, not open to flexible working arrangements, diversity and inclusion is widely promoted in the company yet not followed by those leading the efforts

Advice to Management

Embrace the widespread society trend of providing flexible working arrangements. Take a broader perspective on diversity and inclusion, there is much more to it than gender balance, embrace different personality styles, approaches and ways of working. Avoid the inherited danger of only hiring people who can conform and adapt to a specific desired company style and behaviour - be open to true diversity.

Too much politics and power gaming, highly demanding work environment with very little respect for work life balance, not open to flexible working arrangements, diversity and inclusion is widely promoted in the company yet not followed by those leading the efforts

12 January 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Director, Human Resources in Cambridge, England (Current Employee)

6 July 2021

Pros

Good bonus, flexible benefits, smart colleagues

Cons

No transparency from leadership, antiquated views on flexible and remote working, lack of sponsorship for wellbeing or diversity initiatives, senior leaders have very traditional views

Advice to Management

Trust employees to do their jobs where they are most comfortable, or the company will lose good people to more flexible companies

No transparency from leadership, antiquated views on flexible and remote working, lack of sponsorship for wellbeing or diversity initiatives, senior leaders have very traditional views

6 July 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Manager in Cambridge, England (Former Employee)

31 December 2020

Pros

Inspirational, dedicated and fantastic team of people with a company that lives and breathes its values. A lovely culture, excellent resources, excellent collaboration and teams who can't do enough for each other. The business is passionate about sustainability, inclusion and diversity and they are 100% about saving lives!!! Patients/people are ALWAYS their top priority. It's an honour to work there.

Cons

City centre is not ideal location to get to due to traffic, parking etc. Can include long work hours on regular basis and timezones also impact this.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing. Looking after your people, acknowledging their success, rewarding them well, keeping patients and the best ethics and values at the top of your priority list.

The business is passionate about sustainability, inclusion and diversity and they are 100% about saving lives!!! Patients/people are ALWAYS their top priority.

31 December 2020

Reviewed by: Personal Assistant in Cambridge, England (Current Employee)

15 January 2021

Pros

A lot of career development opportunities, culture is awesome with peers

Cons

Ceiling cap for women of color, not much diversity in the SET, lack of transparency in some instances, need more inclusive speak up culture with the leadership team

Advice to Management

More diversity in the SET team, need a more inclusive speak up culture with the management teams

Ceiling cap for women of color, not much diversity in the SET, lack of transparency in some instances, need more inclusive speak up culture with the leadership team

15 January 2021

Reviewed by: Regulatory Project Manager in Gaithersburg, MD (Current Employee)

6 April 2021

Pros

Good pipeline of products, improving inclusion and diversity, global footprint

Cons

not enough minority representation in management, salaries not on par with industry for primary care, no cross functional development opportunities

Good pipeline of products, improving inclusion and diversity, global footprint

6 April 2021

Reviewed by: Diaetes Specialist in Dallas, TX (Former Employee)

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