Our commitment to sustainability

We are committed to continuing our leadership position in sustainable environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices that further our corporate purpose of helping our clients improve healthcare outcomes for patients.

At IQVIA, our purpose is to accelerate the advancement of innovative medical treatments that improve patient lives. 

Ari Bousbib,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, IQVIA


Our approximately 79,000 employees help us drive our business success and achieve our ambition to advance human health. We are a diverse global team, and we share a passion for collaboration and solving complex problems. Our culture encourages employees to apply their insight, curiosity and intellectual courage across everything they do.


IQVIA operates at the nexus of healthcare and data analytics, advanced technology and domain expertise. Equipped with unparalleled knowledge and insights into the global healthcare system, we understand that we have an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to efforts to address some of the world’s most pressing healthcare challenges.


Climate change has the potential to cause significant disruption to companies and to society at large. As an organization committed to public health, we are focused on being part of the solution to climate change, including mitigating our environmental impact—primarily by reducing our real estate footprint and impact, and our business travel.
United Nations Global Compact Communication
Science Based Targets
Employment Information Report (EEO-1)

As part of our continued commitment to transparency, IQVIA has made its most recent EEO-1 Component 1 report publicly available in the link below. The EEO-1 Component 1 report is a mandatory annual data collection by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that requires all private sector employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with 50 or more employees meeting certain criteria, to submit demographic workforce data, including data by race/ethnicity, sex and job categories. 


Some key statistics from the report for December 2020 include:

  • Total U.S. employee population per the EEO-1 report
    • Approximately 61% are women
    • Approximately 35% identify as non-white
    • Of the approximately 35% that identify as non-white, approximately 11% identify as Black


  • Employees comprising the three most senior job categories per the EEO-1 report:
    • Approximately 62% are women
    • Approximately 35% identify as non-white
    • Of the approximately 35% that identify as non-white, more than 9% identify as Black
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