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“Workday really lives up to its core values of caring for its employees and having fun along the way. It feels good to be making a product that customers love and to know that I’m contributing to our 98% customer satisfaction rate. Our scale and quality requirements also make for some interesting technical challenges that keep me motivated to create something even better.”


“Above all, the culture here at Workday puts employees first. It’s something that’s ingrained in everyone from the leadership team down to college interns. We have meaningful perks that people actually take advantage of, like our unlimited vacation policy and flexibility to work from home when needed, which is a huge plus for employees with children or a family to care for. It’s also a culture where people are genuinely helpful, and even senior leaders are happy to take time out of their day to answer your questions or talk through concerns. Everyone recognizes that as we grow, collaboration is the key to our success and people don’t let egos get in the way of progress.”


“I was lucky enough to participate in Workday’s Sprint to Europe/America program, where employees in a North American office have the opportunity to work from either the Dublin or the Munich office for a month (or vice versa). It’s like a study abroad program for engineers who didn’t get the chance to study internationally in college. Living and working in another country is such a different experience than just visiting, and it gave me the opportunity to get to know my long-distance colleagues much better than a short trip would have allowed. I’m also part of a leadership development program for young engineers in the Workday Tools organization. We have discussions on leadership books, run programs to give new employees technical training and organize events to get young colleagues involved in the community. It’s awesome to feel that your company is willing to invest in your career and development as a leader. Also, the outdoor yoga classes in the summer are a great way to bring some sunshine into your day.”


  • Employee: Megan Baker
  • Job title: Software Development Engineer II
  • Start Date: September 15, 2014
  • School and Graduation Year: Cornell University, 2014


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Company Info

Information Technology
Year founded
HQ location
Pleasanton, Calif.
Type of org
# of work sites
U.S. employees3,440
Global employees755


% New jobs added (past 12 mo)36%
% New hires that were recent grads17%