Inclusion and Diversity Start with You
At Mallinckrodt, inclusion and diversity are at the core of who we are, and as we execute on our strategy to deliver powerful, life-changing treatments for patients, we are strengthened by the value we derive from the varied identities, experiences, cultures and views of our employees.
Consistent with our commitment to provide a safe and welcoming work environment and treat each employee with individual respect and dignity, we have established and are continuing to establish policies to protect all employees.
Awards & Recognition
Each one of us has the ability to change and strengthen those around us, which is why we choose to champion diversity within our community and organization.
Diversity at Mallinckrodt starts with our leadership, reinforces company policy and helps cultivate and inspire an inclusive and diverse working environment. The following quotes demonstrate this determined direction and our strong cultural hallmarks:
“We view our commitment to a strong culture of diversity and inclusion as indispensable to being a ‘high-performing organization,’ one of our core strategies. Put simply, we have better ideas for how to serve our customers, patients, and other diverse stakeholders because we empower a broad array of employees from different backgrounds and respect the unique contributions they bring to the table.”
Mark Trudeau President and Chief Executive Officer
“Much of what we do today and the way that we drive business forward is conducted in teams, and we know for a fact, from both our experience and the literature, that diverse teams are more productive, they are smarter and they get to solutions faster.”
Meredith Fischer Chief Public Affairs Officer
“The more diverse the thinking, the better the decision making.”
Matt Harbaugh Executive Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer
“Inclusion and diversity is so important to Mallinckrodt because we must reflect the world in which we compete every day. The markets and our customers are diverse and their thoughts, needs and desires have to be understood and included in our approach. If we do not include employees of diverse experiences, races, religions or sexual orientation, there is no way that we will be able to succeed.”
Hugh O’Neil Executive Vice President and
Chief Commercial Officer
“For Mallinckrodt to realize our aspirational vision, it is essential that we are shaping an inclusive culture that allows our diverse talent to passionately deliver value to the customers, medical professionals and patients we serve.”
Ian Watkins Chief Human Resources Officer