At Takeda, we are driven to create a workplace where everyone can succeed. So we're honored to be recognized as a Great Place to Work US and Fortune Best Workplaces for Women 2020 list.
Working on life-saving medicine that benefits patients worldwide is just one of the ways you can have an impactful career at Takeda. Read more of Tanja's story.
Takeda has an unwavering commitment to patients. And also to our people. We’re honored to be named by Working Mother Media as one of the 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, in recognition of our forward-thinking workplace, inclusive benefits for families, and women's advancement.
Want to work at a people-first company? At Takeda, our passion for people transforms every job we do into meaningful action. Click to read more of Heena's story.
At Takeda, we’re leading innovation without compromising our beliefs. We focus on the needs of patients through empowering our teams. It’s how we work and live, every day. Read more of Brendan's story.
Our Millennial Advisory Board empowers our future leaders, innovators, and bold thinkers to share their views about key decisions shaping Takeda. Join us and your contributions will impact the way we work.
Meet Małgorzata. She jumped at the chance to join the Takeda automation program and she created a bot, Lucy, with what she learned. Lucy will help ensure invoices are processed faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Meet Leandro. He is an accountant who learned to build a bot, BruceJR2, from scratch. The result: zero manual errors and hundreds of hours saved annually for his team. Imagine having the support you need to fuel your ambition to learn new skills. You will at Takeda.
Meet Patryk. He grabbed a new learning opportunity and created Eve, the bot he built to support compliant processes. If you were to build a robot, what challenges would it solve for? Share your innovative ideas in the comments.
At Takeda, our people are encouraged to develop new skills and new perspectives, building brighter futures for themselves and for us. How will you embrace life-long learning to make the biggest impact?