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Vision

Integrated into Pfizer’s overall talent and organizational capability strategy, Pfizer’s Diversity and Inclusion team partners with colleagues in talent acquisition, learning and development, talent management, mentoring, and organizational culture to develop and implement programs that:

  • Help colleagues appreciate the value of diversity and experience Pfizer as a fair and supportive environment in which to pursue a meaningful career;
  • Hold managers and leaders accountable for creating inclusive and equitable workplaces; and
  • Allow patients, shareholders and other stakeholders to realize the value of diversity through innovative product development and sound company stewardship.

At Pfizer, colleagues of all backgrounds and abilities will find leaders who inspire them to top performance; managers trained to develop and nurture diverse talent; and a culture committed to helping each colleague build a fulfilling career and reach his or her full potential.

Ask a Pfizer colleague about Diversity and Inclusion at Pfizer, and you will hear a variety of responses:

  • “It’s about inclusion and welcome.”
  • “It’s about good business sense.”
  • “It’s about understanding our customers.”
  • “It’s about attracting, developing and retaining the best talent.”
  • “It’s about creating a culture that allows all colleagues to contribute their best work.”
  • “It’s about having many different viewpoints so we can innovate, innovate, innovate!”
  • “It’s about leading our industry and earning respect as a company.”

All of those colleagues would be right, because at Pfizer, diversity is an integral part of the culture and the business.

 

“Pfizer provides a fair and supportive environment in which to pursue a meaningful career. Our colleagues appreciate the value of diversity. We hold managers and leaders accountable for creating inclusive and equitable workplaces and allow patients, shareholders and other stakeholders to realize the value of diversity through innovative product development and sound company stewardship.”

Chuck Hill, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources