Compare Workday vs Yapstone BETASee how Yapstone vs. Workday compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Workday full-time for less than a year
I would say the best part about Workday is the culture and the people. Although it has only been a few months since I started working here, I have already experienced a lot of fun moments with my... Workmates and a few accomplishments as the cherry on top. Fun is always encouraged, there is no micromanagement and I personally was given complete freedom and control over my work, projects and tasks. Great opportunities for career progression, training for software and tools and mentorship programs. When I share my experiences with friends and peers in the tech industry they can even get jealous at times.
Like any company growing at this speed, change is constantly happening. I personally like it, so not really a con for me but it could be a con for some people depending on their character. I... would've loved if the cloud cafe was fully subsidized but not really that important of a detail. No other cons come to mind.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing. Do not let anything change the culture of the company. I love every moment at Workday and my Workmates!
I have been working at Yapstone full-time for more than 3 years
Fast pace, friendly. Executives are not perfect but not complacent-constantly striving to be better, in the industry and for employees. 401k matching, monthly activities to give back to the... community, paid annual volunteer day, flexible time off. If you are ok with a start-up environment - I am - it is energizing and challenging. Never bored. Like being able to make a difference in processes and practice. (growth is so fast it still feels like a start up) Exceptional peers. Love my job and co-workers.
Depending on your department, your managers/supervisors can be ok or great. Can be long hours at times if there is something big going on, if that's a "con."
Advice to Management
Set realistic goals for the company.