THE JOINJADE EMPLOYER COLLABORATIVE

bands together leading companies in the United States and Asia, to save lives and build inclusive workplaces free from hepatitis B stigma through education and policy review. The Collaborative is led by Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and Global Business Group on Health.

ADVISORY BOARD

CHINA

Jean Wu, MD

GE China

Tong Chen, MD

IBM Greater China

Hausen Zhang

Lenovo Group Ltd

Whitney Yu

Honeywell Inc

UNITED STATES

Glenn Osaka

Retired, HP, Cisco, & Juniper Networks Executive

Tze Yeoh

CTT, Inc

David Tai

CTT, Inc

Ed Yang

iD Ventures America

Jen-Chang Chou, PhD

Retired, Science Division, Taipei Economics & Cultural Office, San Francisco

SIGNATORIES

The following employers have committed to saving lives and building inclusive workplaces free from hepatitis B stigma by signing a Declaration in China and/or the San Francisco Bay Area of the United States.  These are two areas of the world significantly impacted by hepatitis B and liver cancer.

Aetna, Inc.
Alpha and Omega Semiconductor
BP International Ltd
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
CHT Global
Cigna
CTT Inc.
Cummins Inc.
Dell Inc.

eBay
Diodes
Ericsson Inc.
FedEx
Foxconn
General Electric Company
General Motors
GlaxoSmithKline
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Honeywell

HP
IBM Corporation
Ingersoll Rand Company
Intel Corporation
Johnson & Johnson
Lenovo
LinkedIn
Marvell
Mercer

Microsoft
MSH CHINA
Nielsen
Petrinovich Pugh & Co
Seagate
TE Connectivity
Team Research
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
Total

WHAT DO JOINJADE COMPANIES DO?

JoinJade employers sign a Declaration making a commitment to:

  • Raise awareness about hepatitis B transmission and liver cancer prevention, and/or
  • Review and revise company hiring, promotion, and employment policies to end involuntary hepatitis B testing and any associated discriminatory practices against hepatitis B carriers.  This typically applies to operations in China.

INTERESTED IN JOINING THE COLLABORATIVE?

Mie-Na Srein
650.736.8608
mienas@stanford.edu