Catalyst spotlights Medtronic for its impactful diversity initiatives

Catalyst spotlights Medtronic for its impactful diversity initiatives

 November 26, 2020

Catalyst, a global nonprofit that accelerates women into leadership, shone its spotlight on one of its Catalyst for Change member companies, Medtronic.

The feature in particular focuses on Medtronic's five employee networks that boast over 20,000 members worldwide. These networks help employees from diverse backgrounds thrive both personally and professionally.

Praising Medtronic's employee networks

The feature celebrates Medtronic's Catalyst Award win for the Medtronic Women's Network that empowers and advances the careers of women globally.

Catalyst also praises Medtronic's further employee networks, including the African Descent Network (ADN), the Hispanic Latino Descent Network (HLN), the Asian Impact@Medtronic Network (AIM), and its PRIDE Network, which supports LGBTQ+ employees around the world. 

"We’re so proud of our initiatives – both grassroots and formal – that have led to being a great place to work for women," commented Medtronic in response to the article. "And we will continue to lead in fostering an inclusive workplace that advances equity, champions diversity, and creates opportunity to uplift all women.

Read the full article about Medtronic's success.

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For Medtronic, that's what drives innovation.

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