Diversity matters at Amgen. We believe that an environment of inclusion fosters innovation, which drives our ability to serve patients. Our global presence is strengthened by having a workforce that reflects the diversity of the patients we serve.

To ensure our ongoing success, Amgen is committed to promoting and maintaining an inclusive, high-performing culture where all team members embrace and leverage each other's talents and backgrounds. Our commitment to diversity is articulated in our values and reflected in every part of the organization.

Diversity and Inclusion at Amgen is about all employees taking responsibility for creating a welcoming, inclusive and productive work environment where all employees feel valued, regardless of their differences, and feel that they are able to contribute to their full potential.

Learn more about Amgen’s Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging.

Amgen's Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Priorities and Status

With endorsement from senior management and engagement with senior leaders across the organization, Amgen has implemented a global strategy designed to leverage our diversity and create a more inclusive workplace. Our priorities are:

Global
Priority:
Increase the representation and development of women in executive director and above roles
United States
Priorities:
Increase the representation of Blacks science, technology, engineering and mathematics based roles Increase the representation and development of Blacks and Hispanics in executive director and above roles

Women in Our
Global Workforce

Ethnic Minorities in Our
U.S. and Puerto Rico Workforce

* Executive level: Executive directors and above

NOTE: Data as of December 2020. To align with U.S. government reporting requirements, data on this website uses the traditional gender categories of male and female. We deeply respect that gender is not binary; reporting in this manner should not represent our position on the issue. Totals may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding or employees who have not reported their gender and/or race/ethnicity.


Our strategy is intended to help Amgen successfully navigate a complex global marketplace as we bring more medicines to more patients around the world. Amgen is setting goals in order to improve our focus. These goals will also serve as a baseline for measuring our progress toward a more inclusive workplace.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are a tool we use to promote and support as well as illustrate the impact and value that has on our business. There are currently ten Global ERGs at Amgen, all with executive sponsorship, that are organized around a primary diversity dimension. We provide leaders and managers with training and tools to lead a diverse workforce and create an inclusive environment.

Amgen Asian Association 

Amgen Black Employees Network

Ability Bettered through Leadership and Education

Amgen Early Career Professionals

Amgen Indian Subcontinent Network

Amgen Latino Employees Network

Amgen PRIDE – LGBTQ and Allies Network

Amgen Veterans Employees Network

Women Empowered to be Exceptional

Women in Information Systems Enrichment (WISE)

Although we do not use our Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1 to measure progress, we make our most recent filing publicly available. For more information around the composition of our workforce, please go to 2020 Workforce Diversity Report .