Inclusion & Diversity


At GE HealthCare, we believe in the value of our employees' unique identity, background, and experiences. We are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where everyone feels empowered to do their best work because they feel accepted, respected, and that they belong.
Inclusion & Diversity


Gender pay equity¹


U.S Underrepresented Minorities Pay Equity²


Global representation of females in leadership roles¹


Creating an extraordinary place to work

At GE HealthCare, we celebrate the contribution each individual brings to the team and foster a unique culture of belonging that empowers us to be our best selves and do our best work.


Our commitment to work, benefits, facilities and support programs are aimed to offer support towards healthy living and general wellbeing.

Employee Resource Groups

Our Employee Resource Groups support our efforts to provide a culture of belonging for all and encourage employee engagement and allyship throughout our business.

Flexible working

We welcome discussions around work patterns that aim to ensure that our employees can balance their work alongside their personal commitments.

Parental leave

We provide parental leave policies that support shared responsibilities to both parents, ensuring that our employees can spend quality time with new additions to their families.


We provide opportunities for our employees to participate in virtual learning, varied development programs, and experiential learning opportunities for growth and career advancement.

Total rewards

We offer benefits, programs, and policies that are aimed to empower and support our employees through every stage and milestone in their lives.

Our Employee Resource Groups

ERGs are an important part of our culture at GE HealthCare. It’s an opportunity for our teammates across the globe to connect, learn from one another, and further inclusion. They also help us drive change and bring forward solutions as we work to unlock opportunities for everyone and build a culture of belonging for all.

  1. Based on 2021 global data
  2. Based on 2021 U.S. data. U.S. underrepresented minorities are defined as U.S. employees who identify as Asian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or Multiracial.
  3. Based on 2021 global employee data. Leadership encompasses the top 1.5% of all active employees.