Organon further bolsters its People First culture with on-demand wellbeing platform

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March 24, 2022 6:00 am EDT

Organon launches Circle In as a new benefit for managers and employees, continuing its commitment to a ‘people first’ culture.

Organon ANZ is the first pharmaceutical company to partner with Circle In – a digital platform that helps employees and their managers support, grow and connect with caregivers in the workplace, by providing discreet support, expert advice and facilitates meaningful connections with teams and individual employees, accessible at the time when it is needed.

The on-demand content is already proving to be a useful resource for Organon’s employees and managers.  Launched just one month ago in February 2022, 35% of Organon employees have already registered on the platform and spent time interacting with the videos and articles. The most popular areas for investigation include navigating career; menopause; single parent happiness; and support for neurodiverse children.

“At Organon, we have created a People First culture, where every employee can bring their best self to work. We do this by supporting each founder – as a team member, as a parent and caregiver, and as managers of parents and caregivers, said Sophie Althans, HR Director Organon ANZ.

“It is important that we continue to evolve our employee experience, and providing resources that are relevant at each stage in our employees’ life journey at the right time is an important part of respecting and supporting the diversity of each of our founders. We hope the addition of these discreet and accessible resources to Organon’s comprehensive suite of Employee Benefits encourages honest conversations, provides thoughtful support and expert advice to help our managers and employees to maintain meaningful connections.”

About Organon

Organon (NYSE: OGN) is a global healthcare company formed through a spin-off from Merck& Co., Kenilworth, NJ, USA (NYSE: MRK) known as MSD outside of the United States and Canada, focused on improving the health of women throughout their lives. Here for her health, the company has a portfolio of more than 60 medicines and products across a range of therapeutic areas. Led by the reproductive health portfolio coupled with an expanding biosimilars business and stable franchise of established medicines, Organon’s products produce strong cash flows that will support investments in future growth opportunities in women’s health. In addition, Organon is pursuing opportunities to collaborate with biopharmaceutical innovators looking to commercialize their products by leveraging its scale and presence in fast growing international markets.

Organon has a global footprint with significant scale and geographic reach, world-class commercial capabilities, and approximately 9,000 employees with headquarters located in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA.

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