Sleep Number team members are part of a passionate, purpose-driven culture that supports improving the health and wellbeing of society through higher quality sleep. We are not just focused on our customers, however; being a Sleep Number team member means your personal wellbeing is important, too. As we continue to grow, we are looking for team members who will bring their unique personalities, backgrounds, and skills to work. Whether you are entering, returning, or experienced in the workforce, we have a place for you. In our 35+ years in the industry we have improved over 14 million lives, and we are just getting started. With 5,000+ team members nationwide supporting work disciplines from technology to manufacturing, retail stores to field services technicians, corporate teams to customer service, we are a sleep innovation leader because of our team members. Now is a great time to join us as we invest further in our people and sleep innovation
Sleep Number Corporation
1001 3rd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404
CategoryHome Furniture & Housewares
Our purpose — to improve the health and wellbeing of society through higher quality sleep — is foundational to our Company culture of individuality and central to our consumer innovation strategy. Inherent in each — our purpose, culture and strategy — is our commitment to continually advance our environmental stewardship, social priorities and governance practices (ESG). To better understand and reduce our carbon footprint, we focused on measurement of our environmental impact, near-term improvements and longer-term opportunities. In the past year, to lower our nonrenewable energy use and related Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, we cut fuel consumption by decreasing home delivery truck idling, and we initiated solar installation projects at Company facilities in Minnesota, Texas and California. We also conducted an initial assessment of our Scope 3 GHG emissions, establishing a benchmark that will help us prioritize future actions, and we continued to focus on landfill diversion with expanded re-use and recycling programs. We expect that increased operational efficiencies from our recently completed transition to a single supply chain will accelerate our waste reduction going forward. Quality sleep is at the center of wellbeing for our team, communities and suppliers, and vital to creating a sustainable future for all of us. With the introduction of our Climate360TM smart bed in October 2022, the greatest innovation in our Company history, we implemented Sleep Number’s new technology platform. Our entire portfolio of smart beds will transition to this platform in 2023. With their advanced, research-grade sensors, these next generation smart beds create an immersive, adaptive sleep experience that effortlessly adjusts to optimize comfort and wellbeing and support related health and wellness benefits for Smart Sleepers. In addition, through our partnership with the American Cancer Society, collaboration with the Mayo Clinic and work with other renowned scientists, researchers and physicians, we are advancing the fundamental understanding of sleep science and the application of that knowledge to deliver meaningful health outcomes. We were honored to receive the 2022 American Cancer Society Corporate Partner of the Year award, which recognized Sleep Number for the incredible impact our organization has had, and will continue to make, on cancer patients and caregivers. Engagement with and accountability to our stakeholders are cornerstones of our commitment to strong corporate governance. In 2022, we significantly increased stakeholder awareness of — and engagement in — our Company’s sustainability initiatives. We completed our first materiality assessment to identify ESG issues of importance to our stakeholders; submitted our inaugural report of environmental performance to CDP, a not-for-profit considered the gold standard for environmental reporting; and communicated more frequently with team members and consumers about our Company’s ESG priorities and progress. We also established and activated cross-functional teams to increase our preparedness for potential new Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosure requirements related to climate and cybersecurity.