About Johnson & Johnson’s Blog
Everyone else is talking about our company, so why can’t we? There are approximately 128,000 people who work for Johnson & Johnson and its operating companies around the world. This blog is an opportunity for us to find a voice — and start some conversations, give our perspective and share some stories — that often gets lost in formal communications about the work we do and the things we value.
On our blog, you will find talk about Johnson & Johnson — what we’re doing, how we’re doing it and why. We will offer our perspective on current topics and provide some context on decisions that we make as a business. You’ll also find stories from our employees around the world, posts about programs we’re proud of, and information about some of the challenges we face.
Anyone working for a large corporation (especially one in a regulated industry like healthcare) will appreciate that there are some limitations on what we can say and how we can say it. We’ll do our best to talk candidly about the topics that are important to you and to share our perspectives openly and honestly. However, legal and regulatory restrictions will prevent us from talking about certain topics, and we reserve the right to redirect or curtail discussions that aren’t appropriate for this forum. For example, this is not the right forum for customer complaints. Feel free to use the Contact Us portion of our website for those comments.
We encourage and welcome your comments and feedback, provided that you share your viewpoint in a way that is respectful to us and our community, and is not inappropriate, off-topic, abusive, or promoting/soliciting third-party sites, initiatives or products. We will do our best to moderate and respond quickly to your comments.
Please keep in mind that our authors have knowledge of the topics and fields they write about, but that our posts are informational and should not be viewed as professional or medical advice.
We encourage you to read our full community guidelines on our website.
In the meantime, welcome to our blog! We hope you’ll join the conversation with us.