For the ninth consecutive year, 3M was recognized for its ethics and integrity in business conduct and compliance by Ethisphere Institute.
In February, Marina Pariseau started as 3M’s chief diversity officer and vice president, Global Diversity & Inclusion, Human Resources.
Arjun Sridhar works within 3M’s Electronics Materials Solution Division to bring technical products to companies around the world. He collaborates with his team to solve his customers’ toughest challenges.
Throughout her career, Michelle Woodard has seen 3M’s promise of progress. Now, as 3M’s first Black chair-elect for the Women’s Leadership Forum, Michelle will advance that promise and help others progress at 3M.
Over the past year and a half, multiple 3M departments have been hard at work freshening up the overall aesthetic of 3M’s corporate headquarters.
3M’s Not the Science Type, a documentary about the need for greater diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM, will be featured at Brand Storytelling, a sanctioned event of the Sundance Film Festival.
3M is planning to invest $470 million and add around 600 new jobs by 2025 to its plant in Clinton, Tennessee.
3M has set new equity-related commitments within each of their four business groups. The commitments will leverage the power of each groups’ people, products, philanthropy and partnerships.
The future of work isn’t necessarily a full-time return to the office. 3M’s new approach lets employees create a schedule that helps them work when and where they can most effectively.
Retired 3M chemist, Charlie Leir, became one of the company’s most decorated inventors despite going fully blind at the age of 47.