Diversity

Diversity has many meanings and definitions, but at Henry Ford, we see it as a way to value the unique talents of our employees. Our commitment to diversity revolves around creating a culture of inclusion, where all employees have an opportunity for advancement, are treated with respect and dignity and can contribute their diversity of thought, work- style, background and experiences.

Our goal is to create a culture of professional growth, built on positive relationships while maximizing each employee's potential. This is accomplished by appreciating our diversity on all levels within the organization.

Diversity and inclusion are considered in all of our decisions and are the key reasons that we are nationally recognized as a top diversity employer for all of the nursing, pharmaceutical and other healthcare jobs we have available in Michigan.

Looking for more details about Diversity? Additional information may be available on the Human Resources department page on OneHENRY. Please note, in order to access this information you must be on the HFHS network. Not at work? You can still access the network via remote access.

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