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Company Updates

  • Thrilled to be on the Glassdoor Best Places to Work list for 2019! Thank you to our employees who contributed valuable, candid feedback about working here. We’re glad our focus of advancing science to transform lives is making BSC a place where employees find purpose and a place to grow. Learn more about our culture:

  • Colleagues across many of our offices enjoyed Employee Appreciation lunches last week, with proceeds benefiting local charities. We’re so thankful for our employees across the globe who embody our core values and make our mission of transforming lives through innovative medical solutions possible.

  • Our inclusive culture means supporting working moms and dads alike both at work and at home. Read more on what we’re doing to support working dads here:

    The Next Frontier of Dad-Friendly Corporate Policies

    With more than half of working fathers saying they find it difficult to balance professional life and family life, companies are paying more attention to what dads want. "As a working dad myself, I know well that flexibility is key to balancing work and family responsibilities," says Peter Fasolo, chief HR officer at Johnson & Johnson, a founding sponsor of Working Mother's Best Companies for Dads initiative.

  • Happy Veterans Day to all the brave men and women who put our safety and freedom above all else, and thank you for your service. We’re proud to call veterans like Alicia part of the Boston Scientific family. Learn more about our commitment to building a culture of diverse backgrounds, including those from the military:

  • Trust demands transparency. Sharing our workforce demographic data holds us accountable for our 10/20/40 by 2020 goals, and the new goals we set after that. See the numbers and learn how we’re making progress.

  • Wendy, our SVP of Human Resources, talks about why diversity and inclusion matters at Boston Scientific, and more specifically why we’re focusing on women, people of color, and our LGBTQ community.

  • We're thrilled to be named a 2018 Working Mother (tag) 100 Best Company for the second consecutive year. A special congratulations to Maria Stewart, VP of Health Economics and Market Access, on being named our Working Mother of the Year. Learn more about Maria:

    Maria Stewart, Boston Scientific

    VP, Global Health Economics and Market Access; Hopkinton, MA; Mom to Isla, 20, and Carlin and Aidan, 17 Maria became the sole parent and financial provider to her three kids following the devastating loss of her husband Kevin to cancer in 2011. Maria demonstrated remarkable resilience and strength throughout this period.

  • Employees like Jyoti, design engineer and employee resource group member, embody our core value of diversity and are part of the solution to our culture of inclusivity at Boston Scientific.

  • If you’ve ever met our Chief Diversity Officer, Camille Chang Gilmore, you know she’s passionate about everything she does. We recently sat down with her to learn more about how our new 10/20/40 goals fit into our long-term strategy for diversity and inclusion at Boston Scientific.

    D&I Strategy - Boston Scientific

    I am a black, Jamaican-Chinese woman, a wife, a mother of two teenage boys and a daughter of U.S. immigrants. The beliefs, experiences and cultural influences that have made me who I am greatly impact how I approach and think about life and work.

  • What’s in a number? A lot. Achieving our 10/20/40 goals by 2020 is just one way we’re committed to making diversity and inclusion at Boston Scientific a top priority. Learn more:

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