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Year 8 J&J Secondment Program: 30 change makers stepping up to support NGOs by sharing their skills and talent through virtual skill-based assignments

We are pleased to announce that this year, another 30+ J&J employees from our various business sectors across the globe will take on a virtual skill-based assignment supporting global NGOs working on the front lines of care. The secondees will be working to build the capacity of these organisations by sharing their skills, expertise and experience for a period of three to six months.

 

As the world counts down the “decade of action” to make the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals a reality, J&J together with our partners is taking on two of the toughest challenges facing Sustainable Development Goal 3 and health systems – closing an 18 million health worker shortage and equipping all frontline health workers to thrive. Solving these challenges is critical to achieving key global health priorities such as universal health coverage. The global J&J Secondment Program is addressing these challenges by supporting NGOs to build their capacity and to further raise public health standards in their communities by sharing the skills and expertise of its employees.

The virtual assignments, focus on the needs of the NGO and matches them with the right J&J employee skills, offering J&J managers and senior J&J leaders the opportunity to take on assignments (from 20 to 100%) ranging from public health and policy to employee wellness and resilience, and from cold chain management to strategic business development. Several roles are again succeeding previous secondments this year, guaranteeing the long-term sustainability and impact of the assignments. Each candidate receives coaching from a senior (and/or retired) J&J leader. The secondees are also supported by a J&J Secondee Alumni whose role is to share their personal learnings and experiences based on their own secondment journey.

Since the launch of the J&J Secondment Program in 2014, over 70 employees have participated, sharing their talent for good with NGOs covering 25 countries across the globe to build positive and enduring impact, while enhancing their skills and pursuing their passions. Adding another 30 employees in these uncertain times is a great achievement and is a testament to how J&J employees are stepping up to address some of the world’s most pressing health challenges.

For more information about our Secondment Program click here.

About Talent for Good
Johnson & Johnson has nearly 140,000 employees who apply their time, skills and resources to build healthier communities around the world. From donating to a cause to fully immersive partnerships with NGOs (like our Secondment Program), every day, Johnson & Johnson employees are using their talents to do good. We are expanding opportunities for employees to give back and uniting them under one, called the Talent for Good Strategy. The Strategy aims to activate employees at all stages of their career to make a positive and enduring impact on society while enhancing their skills and pursuing their passions. As a Company we are committed to healthy communities and careers, where employees use their Talent for Good. We want our employees to see giving back as not only vital for our communities and living into Our Credo, but key to growth and a healthy career.

About the J&J Secondment Program
The Secondment Program, part of the Johnson & Johnson Talent for Good Strategy is a long-term collaboration between Johnson & Johnson, our employees, and our NGO partners to invest in and build the skills of people on the front lines of care across the globe. Through virtual full or part-time assignments of up to six months, our employees transfer their knowledge, expertise, and passion to our partners at the heart of delivering care, uniquely give back to society, and change the trajectory of human health. Since its launch in 2014, over 70 employees from across the globe have participated, supporting 12 NGOs and in-kind donated 54,587 skill-based volunteering hours.​