When Henry and Esther Schein founded the Company in 1932, they believed that a sense of purpose and commitment to our values would be a key driver of the Company's success. Over the past nine decades, we have remained steadfastly committed to the core philosophy that our purpose-driven mission of "doing good" for our stakeholders is inextricably linked to our Company "doing well" in business.
With the role of companies increasingly pivotal to global sustainability efforts and stakeholder needs, we believe this is an opportune moment to deepen our commitment to issues from the environmental footprint of our operations and supply chain to our social impact as an employer and job creator, taxpayer, business partner, supplier, and community member. We continue to focus on improving the measurement, monitoring, and reporting of our sustainability performance and developing a deeper understanding of our impacts and our stakeholders' expectations. See our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) At a Glance below.
ESG At a Glance »
The mission of Henry Schein Cares is to "help health happen." Rooted in a deep commitment to social responsibility and the philosophy of enlightened self-interest championed by Benjamin Franklin, the purpose-driven vision of Henry Schein Cares is "doing well by doing good." Our commitment to sustained, long-term economic success while also creating shared value for society is achieved through the work of Henry Schein Cares, the Henry Schein Cares Foundation, and our stakeholder model that engages all five constituents—customers, suppliers, shareholders, Team Schein members, and society at large—of our Mosaic of Success.
2021 Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Report
2021 Environmental, Social, and Governance Index
EEO-1 Survey Data: U.S. Employees
2021 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures Report
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