At Roche, people are at the heart of what we do. We are grounded in a clear and deep sense of purpose and committed to a culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging and where we can thrive equally; no matter what it is that makes us unique — age, beliefs, ability, how we identify, how we think, where we are from, or the languages we speak. Our diverse and inclusive culture is long-term orientated, helping us achieve our purpose, and collectively making the impossible possible for patients.
Our approach to Diversity and Inclusion is multidimensional, holistic and personal. Together we embrace the unique power of each person to transform the lives of patients & society with a focus on our four strategic D&I pillars: Patients, People, Culture, and Society.
Improving health outcomes for all patients is core to our purpose - Doing now what patients need next. We are aiming to address unmet needs of diverse patients and communities by working actively on
To bring meaningful solutions to patients and the healthcare ecosystem, we rely on a broad spectrum of ideas and creativity. We are building a workforce that reflects the global societies we serve by increasing underrepresented nationalities, by providing transparency on our
Roche is a place where people are accepted without having to compromise their true selves. We are ensuring that everyone can be themselves, do their best work and thrive by embedding Diversity and Inclusion into the way we work. We are strengthening the inclusion capabilities of our employees, fostering the collective efforts of our Diversity networks across Roche and establishing inclusive designs in the physical workspace, digital accessibility and gender-inclusive facilities.
We believe our ability to advance positive change in society goes far beyond Roche, and even healthcare, in building a more equitable, diverse and inclusive future for all. We are innovating for a better world by providing scholarships to emerging market students and enabling equitable access to STEM opportunities, working on supplier diversity and breaking down barriers to tackle inequalities in Women’s health. The positive change that these topics can have on society go far beyond.