“World’s Most Ethical Companies 2023” List Includes Medtronic

Medtronic, a medical device company and world leader in healthcare tech, has recently been recognised by Ethisphere, a company which defines and advances ethical business practice standards, as one of the members of the “2023 World’s Most Ethical Companies” list. This year, 135 organisations were recognised, which span 19 countries as well as 46 industries. Medtronic is one of two companies included in the industry category “Healthcare Products”.
“We strive to act responsibility and earn the trust of our customers and communities, and this award is a true testament to our 95,000+ global employees and the customers we serve,” said Geoff Martha, Medtronic chairman and chief executive officer.
“Written more than 60 years ago, the Medtronic Mission continues to be the cornerstone of our culture and business operations. Our Mission commits us to maintaining good citizenship in all the communities in which we live and operate, and to society in general.” “Every day, we find ways to alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life.
At Medtronic, we believe ethical sales are durable sales, and this award affirms our commitment to deliver results the right way,” said Tara Shewchuk, VP and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Medtronic. “Ethics matters. Organizations that commit to business integrity through robust programs and practices not only elevate standards and expectations for all, but also have better long-term performance,” said Ethisphere CEO, Erica Salmon Byrne.
“We continue to be inspired by the World’s Most Ethical Companies honorees and their dedication to making real impact for their stakeholders and displaying exemplary values-based leadership. Congratulations to Medtronic for earning a place in the World’s Most Ethical Companies community.” The ”World’s Most Ethical Companies” assessment is based on Ethisphere’s proprietary Ethics Quotient. The process involves more than 200 questions surrounding environmental, cultural and social business practices, activities on ethics and compliance, diversity, governance, an initiatives which support strong value chains. This process provides an operating framework that captures and codifies organisations’ leading practices across multiple industries around the world.


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