Corporate America Is Still No Place For KidsAaron Bernstein
Many of Johnson & Johnson's products, from Band-Aids to baby oil, are aimed at families, especially those with children. So it seems logical that the New Brunswick (N. J.) company wants to build a good reputation among customers and employees alike as a family-oriented company. During the 1980s, for instance, J&J became one of the first to offer a wide range of family programs such as discounts for local day care centers.
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