A diverse group of people with a common goal

At Monsanto, our focus on work-life balance not only helps us attract and retain talented people from around the world but also enables our employees to achieve success both at work and home,” says Monsanto Executive Vice President of Human Resources Steve Mizell. “Ranking on Fortune and Great Place to Work’s 50 Best Workplaces for Flexibility list is an extraordinary honor and reinforces why our culture is key to the success of our employees and our business.


Our culture

Our culture is team oriented, non-hierarchical and entrepreneurial. It gives people a chance to make bigger, earlier and more frequent contributions than would be the case in many companies. For people who want to learn quickly and be given the opportunity to try new things on “live” projects, Monsanto is a great place to work. The degree to which we emphasize and encourage personal and group development is unusual in the business world. This is an integral part of our belief that how we work together and develop as people and as an organization is as important as what we produce.

Our common goal

Employees at Monsanto are a diverse group of people with the common goal of making a balanced meal accessible around the world. Our more than 20,000 employees come from a wide variety of backgrounds and live in 67 countries.