Doing something meaningful. Together.

Growing more crops on less land, taking swift action to slow climate change, and bringing the right treatment to patients when and where they need it. When it comes to tackling the world’s great challenges, we rise to the occasion. Because our people experiment and innovate in an expression of our collective culture. They affect change – big and small – individually, as teams, or as part of globe-spanning innovation initiatives.  

 

Underpinning our focus on innovation, sustainability and the cultivation of a more inclusive and equitable world is the firm belief that living our values and empowering everyone at Bayer is key to achieving our purpose as a life science company and our mission “Health for all, hunger for none”. 

 

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Dynamic Shared Ownership (DSO)

DSO is all the rage at Bayer right now. DSO is an entirely new operating model. It’s a way to unleash our collective and unique strengths to create better outcomes and more value for our farmers, patients, consumers, investors, employees and other stakeholders. DSO means more creativity, more collaboration, and more ownership of your daily work and reminds us why we all said yes to joining #TeamBayer.

 

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The power of feedback

At Bayer, we encourage an environment where everyone feels safe to open-up, give and receive authentic feedback. While validating feedback raises self-confidence, self-awareness, and enthusiasm for learning, giving – and accepting – critical feedback is a skill that requires constructive intent, a supportive environment, and a mindset that recognizes it as a learning opportunity. As a learning organization, we rely on open feedback to help us boost enthusiasm and identify things that might be slowing us down.  

 

To foster an open feedback culture, we have established frameworks, processes, and tools our people can leverage. But we also encourage everyone to just go and talk to someone, email them or pick up the phone. 

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Bayer encourages feedback at all levels and in all directions: between employees and leaders, between employees, and between leaders. It’s a holistic feedback culture for all that helps us be the best we can be.”
Phil Sharp
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vp of global executive development and succession planning

Making a difference

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Sustainability is about more than just mitigating risk. It’s a way of creating value that benefits everyone. It’s a way to care. It allows us as an organization to grow and affect social and environmental change by enabling everyone at Bayer to make an impact where it counts most – in healthcare, food security, and climate protection.

 

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We embrace and encourage our employees’ unique identities 

As a global organization, we owe much of our success to the individual differences, unique capabilities, diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences of Bayer employees around the world who enrich and energize our shared corporate culture. With people from 154 nations, creating an inclusive environment where everyone regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, nationality, disability, veteran status, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation feels belonging and able to contribute is important to us. 

 

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women in management employees engaged in Business resource groups