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Company Updates

  • “If you have a brain, you have a bias.” Global Chief Diversity Officer Camille Chang-Gilmore shares her experience as a Jamaican-Chinese American and what it’s taught her about unconscious bias.

  • Boston Scientific is turning 40! Since our founding in June of 1979, Boston Scientific has grown into a global medical device company that treats over 30 million patients in 130+ countries each year – something that wouldn’t be possible without our dedicated team members. To celebrate this milestone, we asked them to share their stories:

  • Creating an inclusive workplace means our employees feel comfortable being their authentic selves. David Pierce, executive sponsor of our PRIDE employee resource group, shared his reflections in a recent panel discussion:

  • During our annual Week of Caring, employees volunteered in their local communities around the world. From educating children about the environment and planting trees, to donating books to cancer patients and rebuilding homes affected by wildfires, caring is who we are.

  • More than 4,400 employees belong to one of our employee resource groups – including our PRIDE group with 9 chapters across the globe. Explore our ERGs here:

  • We’ve been rated one of Fairygodboss’ 2019 Best Companies for Women and Best Companies Where CEOs Support Gender Diversity! From our inclusive culture to our flexible work environment and growth opportunities, see what a career at Boston Scientific could look like for you:

  • Pride Month has officially kicked off at Boston Scientific! Today, we raised the rainbow flag at our global HQ in honor of our LGBTQ+ employees.

  • We’re honored to be named one of Becker’s Healthcare’s 150 top places to work in healthcare. Join our team to experience our award-winning culture for yourself:

  • Our employees love sharing their passion for science by volunteering with the Little Doctors program in China. Learn how this hands-on learning experience engages students by letting them play doctor for a day:

  • Pay inequity is still a barrier for many in today’s workforce – especially for women and people of color. Wendy Carruthers, SVP, HR shares how Boston Scientific has continually prioritized creating opportunities for growth for all our employees.

    Are Compensation Audits the Key to Ending the Wage Gap?

    Women-especially multicultural women-have often been paid less for doing the same job as men. So how do you know if your company has equal-pay practices? In the best-case scenario, you work for an organization that has committed to equal pay and is transparent about its results.

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