Workday named a best place to work in Europe
Workday has more than 4,100 employees globally, including more than 500 based across European offices in Ireland, the UK, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Sweden, and Denmark.
“Our culture plays a critical role in Workday’s success in Europe and provides us with a clear competitive edge,” said Chano Fernandez, president, EMEA Workday. “To be recognised as one of the best places to work is an incredible honour and a credit to the entire Workday team across Europe that continually strives to provide our customers with the best experience possible.”
Started in 2005, Workday's founders built the company on a core set of values that guide its interactions, decisions, and leadership. Those values are: employees, customer service, innovation, integrity, fun, and profitability. The result is a culture that puts the employees at the centre, and creates an environment where people are valued, heard, inspired, encouraged to have fun, and most importantly, committed to achieving the industry's highest customer satisfaction rating.
The recognition by the Great Places to Work Institute follows other honours Workday has received recently as a top workplace, including ranking #22 on Fortune magazine'slist of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in the U.S., and being named the #4 best workplace in Irelandby the Great Places to Work Institute.