We believe that diversity fuels excellence and we are excited you do too! You can find out more about our programs and how we execute our global diversity, equity and inclusion programs here.
Additionally, Biogen is an Affirmative Action and equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, race, color, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, religion, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. Biogen is an E-Verify Employer in the United States.
This commitment includes ensuring that all individuals are compensated equitably for similar work and have an equal opportunity to contribute and advance in the workplace. We believe businesses must play a critical role in improving pay equity for underrepresented talent, and we are committed to achieving that goal. As a result, candidates in the U.S. are no longer asked to disclose any prior salary information as part of the recruiting process before an initial written offer is made. See below for our Pay Equity philosophy or visit Biogen’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion page.
Biogen is committed to ensuring our employees receive equal pay for equal work.
Biogen establishes components and ranges of compensation based on market and benchmark data. Within this context, we strive to pay all employees equitably within a reasonable range, taking into consideration factors such as role; market data; internal equity; job location; relevant experience; and individual, business unit and company performance.
Biogen regularly reviews compensation practices and analyzes the equity of compensation decisions, for individual employees and our workforce as a whole. If we identify employees with pay gaps, we review and take appropriate action to ensure fidelity between our stated philosophy and actions.
We institute measures, such as communications and trainings to interrupt and prevent bias in hiring, performance management, and compensation decisions and provide resources to further develop managers and leaders to help them make equitable decisions about pay.