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  • 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.

  • Boston Scientific has just been named a 2019 Best Company for Multicultural Women by Working Mother Magazine! We’re proud to be recognized for our advancement of women in the workplace.

  • Dr. Ian Meredith, Boston Scientific EVP and Global Chief Medical Officer, has seen the transformative impact that innovation and collaboration can have on the lives of patients worldwide. Read his story:

  • Our commitment to diversity and inclusion extends beyond our employees. In 2018, we worked with more than 700 diverse suppliers, including businesses owned by women, minorities, veterans, and more. Saken, from our sourcing team, shares why supplier diversity is crucial and how we’re doing it:

  • We’re honored to be recognized by Forbes as a 2019 America’s Best Large Employer, ranking #1 in the Health Care Equipment and Services industry and in the Top 30 overall.

    Boston Scientific Recognized on Forbes America's Best Large Employers List

    Today, Forbes announced its 2019 list of America's Best Large Employers, on which Boston Scientific ranked #1 in the Health Care Equipment and Services industry and in the Top 30 overall. This marks the first year that Boston Scientific has been included in the top 50 -- moving up 72 spots from #98 last year.

  • Our Employee Resource Groups are essential to advancing diversity and inclusion. With more than 4,400 members – and growing – these groups provide our employees with valuable experiences and opportunities while making a positive impact on communities around the world. Learn more:

  • Ensuring equal pay for equal work is just the beginning. Wendy Carruthers, our SVP of Global Human Resources, shares why we’re setting the bar higher to build more diverse and inclusive teams. Read more in the Boston Business Journal:

  • In our business, the stakes for “innovation” are high—it translates into lives changed, and even saved. We are challenging ourselves to break down barriers and make meaningful progress by accelerating representation at the middle management level – building a powerful pipeline of future leaders.

  • For the fifth consecutive year, Boston Scientific has been named as a “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality” by receiving a 100% score on the Human Rights Campaign 2019 Corporate Equality Index. We love hearing from our employees like Kelly on what makes Boston Scientific an inclusive place to work:

  • The ability to understand and share the feelings of others is critical to the process of solving complex problems. David Knapp, VP of Corporate Research, shares why empathy is essential to the innovation process at Boston Scientific:

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