- Current Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★
Great internship!Feb 27, 2017 - Software Applications Engineer in Pleasanton, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Interns got to design and build their own project. Treated like a full time employee, and everyone was always willing to explain the code base / language to us. Workday is a super collaborative and supportive environment.
Just the location - wish they were in SF :/ 45 min bart ride though!Continue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee★★★★★
Workday headlineMar 21, 2023 - Program ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good company culture. Opportunity to collaborate with innovate and fun Workmates.
Too many organizational changes which made it hard to establish relationships with team members
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Lack of Diversity within Senior Leadership and TransparencyFeb 14, 2023 - Talent AcquisitionRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Benefits, Pay is okay, some direct and indirect workmates are amazing people and will stand for what's right.
Lack of diversity in senior management across the business. Very small number of minority IC's within TA to include people leaders. People fear leveraging Peakon surveys for fear of retaliation from management. Many workmates feel they have no voice and it's best to hush up do your job and don't challenge. The process for recruiting minority talent across the board is really sad and slow. Most of the leaders received their roles from word a net work at Workday and NOT solely because they are the best qualified for the positions they have. Leadership, does not like the low numbers of minority/diverse talent and complain about it. When offered suggestions to do better and improve. Many leaders would argue with extreme tension/aggression but not willing to change their ways or processes. Workday places profit over it's employee's. A shame when Employee focus is claimed to be a core value. Many of my workmates lost their jobs right before the the super bowl 3% company wide. But we were able to invest millions in a ad most people I know didn't even see. Those funds could've kept my workmates employed a bit while longer.