Long before diversity and inclusion became corporate table stakes, Johnson & Johnson worked tirelessly to make it intrinsic to its culture. And it didn't even start in this century. It began in 1886, when three brothers were inspired to solve a universal need: provide first-aid bandages for wounds suffered by everyday people, regardless of background.
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