Making a positive difference in the world is at the heart of what we do at Amgen Hong Kong. We are fully aware of both the privilege and the responsibility that goes along with this important work. As a values-based organization, we have a deep commitment to acting ethically and giving back to our patients, our communities and our staff.
In addition to caring for patients and their families, Amgen also takes care of its people contributing to these advances. We recognize that our staff is our best asset and our goal is to secure their overall wellbeing and those whose lives they touch every day. We do so through award-winning retirement plans, combined compensation, and robust and inclusive benefits including incentives for healthy living.
At Amgen Hong Kong, we have a number of robust family-friendly initiatives, including flexible working arrangements and work-from-home policies. Amgen is regularly recognized as a “Best Place to Work”* and in 2019, Amgen Hong Kong earned a Caring Company† recognition, which commends business organizations in Hong Kong that demonstrate good corporate citizenship.
Amgen places immense value on fostering and enabling growth, both personally and professionally. We encourage our staff to have fulfilling and meaningful careers through challenging assignments, active career development and coaching, and individual rewards. Our people are offered the opportunity to work on exciting and pioneering industry technologies, innovations and leading products. Our leaders review, retain and develop diverse team members, set challenging performance expectations and provide timely feedback, ultimately building empowered teams that put patients first.
* Amgen was included on Indeed’s 2019 Top-Rated Workplace List. Indeed identified its 50 Top-Rated Workplaces by looking at their 150 million employer ratings and reviews and analyzing those from companies also featured on 2019’s Fortune 500 list. Amgen also earned a perfect score on the 2019 Corporate Equality Index, a US benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer workplace equality.
† The Caring Company Scheme was launched in 2002 by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service that aims to foster strategic partnerships between the business and social services sectors to promote good corporate citizenship and to create a more inclusive society.
Date of approved: July 2020