Our employees are the power behind Hillrom’s achievements
We maintain a culture that respects people, creates an inclusive workplace and celebrates diversity. Because when we feel like we truly belong, our ability to do great things becomes limitless. It allows us to share different perspectives and ideas that lead to better decisions. Those decisions lead to innovations that enhance outcomes for patients and their caregivers around the world.
Including and supporting the voices of 10,000 Hillrom associates to touch the lives of 7 million people every day isn’t optional. It’s who we are, and fundamental to our success.
Creating environments of inclusive, respectful behavior and belonging comes from the top. Our Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Council includes our CEO, Chief Human Resources Officer, and high-level leaders from around the world.
Together, we have:
In addition to strong anti-harassment and equal employment opportunity polices, we require and offer annual diversity and inclusion training. Our Conscious Inclusion workshop (to raise awareness of unconscious biases) and Preventing Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation e-learning help ensure that all employees work in a healthy, safe and productive environment.
Improved diversity is also apparent in the hiring process. All recruitment programs require open searches to include:
We take hiring diversification even further by pooling talent, in part, from the following institutions and organizations:
We encourage our associates to take part in our Employee Resource Groups, a cornerstone of our diversity, inclusion and belonging strategy. These are company-sponsored and employee-led opportunities to interact with Hillrom’s leaders and colleagues who share similar life experiences or backgrounds.
Our employee benefits, policies and personalized support tools reflect our investment in diversity, inclusion and belonging. Beyond health and other insurance coverage and retirement savings plans, other benefits include generous adoption/parental leave, flexible time-off, breast milk shipping, and transgender medical coverage depending on your region.
Hillrom’s human capital programs focus on diversity in career advancement, including:
Our commitment is fortified by our anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies, which are highlighted and described in our Global Code of Conduct.
Hillrom is focused on growing supplier spending with businesses classified as small, small disadvantaged, women, veteran, service-disabled veteran and HUBZone.
We are committed to diversifying our supplier mix with additional spending goals and by attending targeted tradeshows such as the NMSDC and LGBT conferences.