At Johnson & Johnson, we aspire to have the healthiest workforce in the world. We want our people to live longer, healthier and happier lives. Not only is it good for them and their families, but it is also good for the health of our business and the customers and patients we serve. Our culture of health is built around the belief that advancing health for humanity starts with advancing the health of our own people.
Our commitment to the health and well-being of our people began more than a century ago. We were the first company to release reports that tied effectiveness of wellness programs to the productivity and profitability of our Company. Since then, we have continuously expanded health and wellness programs throughout Johnson & Johnson and across the globe, incorporating new thinking and technologies to keep our offerings best-in-class.
Employee health and wellness at Johnson & Johnson is overseen by the Vice President of Global Health Services, reporting to the Vice President, Total Rewards and Workforce Analytics, and ultimately to our Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, who is a Corporate Officer and a member of the Johnson & Johnson Executive Committee. The responsibility for implementation is owned across the Company.