HSE Vision

Become an organization that neither causes nor provides any opportunity to cause harm or injury to people in general and/or cause any damage to the environment

HSE Mission

Drive HSE vision across the
organization by adopting an integrated approach for management with the following focus areas

HSE Goal

Target Zero Harm approach
“Zero harm to people, zero harm to assets and zero harm to the environment”






100% of JB Pharma Units are covered under the system

Our Health and Safety Management system ensures adoption of best-in-class health and safety practices in line with global standards through continuous risk identification, assessment and mitigation with active participation of the workforce. We have implemented comprehensive mechanisms in our quest to uphold highest standard of safety across all our facilities. Our safety committees with minimum 50% employee representation from worker/operator level further convene once every three months to review the health and safety status.

Our Pillars of Safety

01RiskAssessmentConduct annual workplace risk assessment for identifying potential chemical, biological or physical hazards that can prove detrimental to human health and lead to risk of exposure
02Hierarchyof controlsFollow stringent practices that foster a safe work environment to reduce exposure to hazard, remove any potential hazard through risk assessment, among others
03Monitoringof exposureEvaluation of effectiveness of control measure and situations where failure of control measures could lead to serious health effect.
04HealthSurveillance We conduct annual employee health checkups (general health, urine, audiometry, ECG, among others) and special tests for employees working in hazardous areas
05Training andInformationTraining (induction, regular, and refresher) is imparted to enhance employee capabilities to safeguard themselves from hazardous situations such as electrical safety.
06EmployeeEngagement Conduct safety mock drills and fire drills involving employees Promulgate EHS awareness by celebrating National Safety Day, National Fire Safety Day, among others

At JB Pharma, we embrace and leverage the inherent strength of a diverse workforce across varying gender, caste, geographic origin, age, disability, socio-economic status, expertise, educational background, among others. Our workforce is at the fulcrum of accelerating innovation, growth and improved health outcomes. We nurture an inclusive culture built on trust and respect through myriad of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity (DE&I) initiatives to make it a part of our DNA.

Employee-Centric Approach

At the heart of our organizational philosophy lies a strong emphasis on our valued employees. We not
only prioritize their well-being but also champion gender diversity, uphold principles of equal pay, and
make strategic investments in human capital as integral components of our corporate ethos. By
fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce and investing in our employees’ development, we not only
create a vibrant and fulfilling workplace but also enhance our capacity for innovation and growth.

Workforce Breakdown by Gender

Share of women in total workforce
(as % of total workforce)
Share of women in all management positions9.31%
Share of women in junior management positions8.78%
Share of women in top management positions9.69%
Share of women in management positions in revenue-generating functions3.37%
Share of women in STEM-related positions in revenue-generating functions (as % of total STEM positions)21.13%

Gender Pay Indicators

Employee LevelAverage Women SalaryAverage Men Salary
Executive level (base salary only)00
Executive level (base salary + other cash incentives)7,500,0007,500,000
Management level (base salary only)338,196348,408
Management level (base salary + other cash incentives)678,348734,064
Non-management level190,536165,672

Recognizing the significance of fostering a culture of excellence, we place great importance on our performance appraisal processes, ensuring that exceptional performance is duly acknowledged and rewarded. This systematic approach to performance evaluation motivates our employees to continually excel ensuring that the alignment of individual achievements with organizational goals remains a top priority, driving our collective success.

100 % of our employees are given a performance appraisal by management by objectives (MBO) at least once yearly.

Human Capital Return on Investment

FY 2020-21FY 2021-22FY 2022-23
Total Revenue (Currency: INR – Indian Rupee)189,199.55218,897.63288,416.41
Total Operating Expenses (Currency: INR – Indian Rupee)110,419.72135,813.54186,582.62
Total employee related expenses (salaries + benefits) (Currency: INR – Indian Rupee)30,597.9739,906.2049,994.59
Total Employees412243405095

was the average amount spent per full time employee on training and
development in FY 23

New Hiring

The internal hiring percentage for the financial year 2021-22 was 2.17%, which
increased to 8.67% in the year 2022-23

FY 2019-20FY 2020-21FY 2021-22FY 2022-23
Total number of new employee hires136160915181615

At JB Pharma, we encourage and nurture all forms of Diversity. Our endeavours are focused to ensure equal representation of people from all facets of society. Our initiatives prove that diversity, equity and inclusion provide real grounds of creativity and efficiency and must remain at the centre of our actions.”

Mr. Sridhar Bharadwaj
(Vice President Human Resources)

To echo our commitment, we have curated a ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ (DE&I) framework which guides our everyday interactions for fostering collaboration and creativity that triggers new ideas, promote innovation and drive breakthrough performance. Our DE&I framework propels our diversity agenda and is underpinned the following defined objectives:

Create a strategic plan that aligns DE&I initiatives with JB Pharma’s strategic goals and objectives01
Demonstrate leadership commitment and accountability through policy, messaging and behaviour that advances DE&I objectives02
Cultivate a supportive, welcoming, inclusive environment where employees feel connected to our mission and can work to their full potential03
Build a diverse pipeline of qualified applicants to build a high performing workforce04
Focus Areas
Work Culture
Pay andPerformanceEvaluation
73female employeesworking in fieldsusually dominatedby theircounterparts
75% of hiringdone throughlocal community
Zero cases ofdiscrimination,sexual harassment,child labour,wages, andforced labour
Ourgender agnosticapproach led to1:1 ratio ofbasic genderremuneration
People withdeterminationacross operations12

Access to Healthcare

Access to healthcare is a paramount goal within our organization, central to our commitment to sustainability. As a pharmaceutical company, we recognize the profound impact that access to quality healthcare has on individuals, families, and communities worldwide. We firmly believe that healthcare is a fundamental human right, and it is our duty to contribute to the realization of this right. We understand it is vital to bridge the gap between medical advancements and the individuals who require them the most. We collaborate with various healthcare organizations, non-profits, and governmental bodies dedicated to underserved communities. These partnerships allow us to identify and address the specific healthcare needs of vulnerable populations.

JB Pharma has approved an amount of 125 lakhs for the treatment of underprivileged children suffering from Growth Hormone Deficiency (GHD) at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, making a significant impact on their healthcare.

JB Pharma’s contribution of 50 lakhs to the Ankleshwar Industrial Development Society will facilitate the establishment of a Radiation Centre at Shreemati Jayaben Mody Hospital in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, benefiting impoverished cancer patients.

We have committed not to patent or enforce patents on all Intellectual Property related to all products for diseases in scope of ATMI 2021

JB Pharma has allocated 31 lakhs to the Parivaar Education Society for the educational upliftment and nutritional support of economically disadvantaged tribal children in Chhindwara district, Madhya Pradesh.

Shrimad Rajchandra Gurukul in South Gujarat will see a transformation in its educational capabilities, with JB Pharma’s approved donation of 37 lakhs, which will be utilized to provide electronic equipment for remedial education to students, both within the Gurukul and in outreach schools.

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Shri Vinoba Bhave Civil Hospital in Silvasa, under the U.T. Administration of Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu, will receive 20 lakhs to acquire Fiber Optic Bronchoscope equipment, enhancing the healthcare services provided to newborns.

Impact on Access to HealthcareFY 20FY 21FY 22
Number of patients with low-cost access to the organization’s products to address diseases5940000075100000156800000
Number of patients for the organization’s products to address diseases92800000114000000156800000

Our marquee program Sneh Samwad

In line with our People First philosophy, this training program is designed and aimed at supporting women to enable learning, well-being, and safety. In FY 2022-23, we conducted 12 sessions with the participation of 272 women employees across function and locations.


Program focus areas

  • Build a strong communication channel
  • A consistent two-way communication
  • Bring more transparency
  • Emphasis on wellness and hygiene
  • Building high motivation among all women employees
  • Learning and inspiring from each other
  • Building a collaborative culture of Respect, Trust and Valued.
  • To encourage, enable and facilitate the active involvement of women employee in learning
We wanted to experience a sense of belonging and a break from the routine, inspiring positive change, boosting confidence and self-efficacy skills. The Sneha Samvad session has a positive impact on the women employees-Ms. Pratiksha Patel(Senior Manager, QC Microbiology)

JB Cares

In line with our People First philosophy, this training program is designed and aimed at supporting women to enable learning, well-being, and safety. In FY 2022-23, we conducted 12 sessions with the participation of 272 women employees across function and locations.

Confidential Telephonic and Chat Counseling02
Consultation with over5000 doctors,30+ specialties,500+ hospitals03
Access toDiscounted Medicines and Health Products04
Monthly LiveOnline Webinars acrosswellbeing05
Webb and Appfor additional resources such as Wellness TV, knowledge hubs, Dieticians06

“I have gained valuable knowledge and received expert consultations, enabling me to prioritize my health and well-being. By focusing on my overall health goals, I have experienced increased energy levels, mindfulness, and a sense of accomplishment. After all, happiness and success start with good health.”

Mr. Pravin Deotarse
(Senior Manager)