Workday Named #1 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area

Workday Named #1 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area 
PLEASANTON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/13 --  Workday, Inc. (NYSE:
WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for human resources
and finance, today announced that the San Francisco Business Times
and the Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal ranked Workday #1
for large companies on its annual list of Best Places to Work in the
Bay Area. This is the sixth consecutive year Workday has received
recognition on the list. 
Employees from nearly 500 Bay Area companies participated in an
independent, third-party survey, ranking their companies on topics
including work culture, management practices, trust with coworkers,
benefits, overall compensation, longevity, trust in senior leaders,
and feeling valued. 
Founded by Workday Co-CEOs Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri in 2005,
Workday now has more than 1,750 employees and 400 customers.  
"This award represents what we value most -- being a company that our
employees believe in and want to work for," said Dave Duffield,
Workday co-founder and co-CEO. "As Workday continues to grow its
business and team, we remain committed to creating a workplace where
employees love coming to work and thrive both personally and
professionally."  
About Workday
 Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud
applications for human resources and finance. Founded in 2005,
Workday delivers human capital management, financial management, and
analytics applications designed for the world's largest
organizations. Hundreds of companies, ranging from medium-sized
businesses to Fortune 50 enterprises, have selected Workday. 
Copyright 2013. Workday, Inc. All rights reserved. Workday and the
Workday logo are registered trademarks of Workday, Inc. All other
brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective holders. 
Media Contact
Christy Sasser
Workday
(415) 432-3022
Christy.Sasser@Workday.com 
 
 
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