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PPD careers during COVID-19: We are committed to our purpose of improving health, and we hold the health and safety of our candidates and employees as a top priority. In keeping within coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines, the majority of interviews for all locations have shifted to phone and video conferencing. Learn tips for a successful virtual interview and virtual networking.

At PPD, we respect one another and recognize that our diversity makes our business stronger. We strive to be an inclusive organization where colleagues can be their authentic selves and grow their careers. We encourage open dialogue to broaden our perspectives and fuel business performance. And we work together, united as “one PPD,” to further positive outcomes for all patients.

Inclusion at PPD

Business Resource Groups (BRGs) help us support a diverse workforce and welcoming culture. They encourage cross-functional collaboration, create another avenue to learn and grow in the workplace, and help us increase authenticity. It is through these efforts that we contribute to innovation and make business impact.

  • Women’s Empowerment Network (WEN)
  • Pride (LGBT+)
  • Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD)
  • 49 Voices (Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders)

“I truly want PPD to be the company where all colleagues feel accepted and welcomed, where each of us is valued for our merit and virtue and not discriminated against based on our differences.” Chairman and CEO David Simmons

In Our Own Words

We are One PPD

Dayle Cohen describes what inspires her about PPD’s culture

Why I Belong at PPD

Three colleagues share how PPD supports and enables their success