Product Management (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – January 20, 2016
I was recruited by Workday and ended up relocating to Pleasanton from the east coast. I had hoped Workday a place where i could stay for quite a while but ultimately this was not a good fit for me. As an SME with over 20 years experience in my industry I was very anxious to develop and delivery best of breed functionality into my product area. Although the developers, qa and documentation people were great, I found to be the middle and upper management inflexible and stuck in their old "ERP" ways given most or previous Peoplesoft or Oracle employees. If you have background from a best of breed solution and want to work for Workday make sure you get a demo of the product before accepting a position at Workday.
Use of Agile development methodology, DEV/QA team members
Account Executive Large Enterprise (Former Employee) – Atlanta – October 13, 2015
Working at Workday was complete go to market strategy for a subsection of prospects. This required multiple marketing strategies and specific communication cadences to help deliver the Workday message.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 26, 2013
Here is a CEO that is a billionaire and starts another technology company because he does it for the love and his "passion" for technology! I call him the "Picasso" of technology and the culture here is reflective of his love to this work. How many leaders can you say that about?
Yes, I agree. Team Leaders (not naming names here) lack the skills required to compete at a professional level. Think twice before applying....
Job Work/Life Balance
Playing catch up to new technology without a clue how to do it.
Product designer (Former Employee) – San Francisco – November 30, 2012
Big ideas but no knowledge how to achieve them. Management is dated and clueless how to update their aging software. Want innovation but have no experience on the process to create innovative products. Be prepared to be blamed for their lack of knowledge. Have your resume ready for your next job interview.
Mobile SQA Lead (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – August 15, 2012
Great top management, and bottom hard working level engineers. The middle management are full of politic. It has turn the company into political power house. The company double and nearly triple in size in less than a year and half, and created huge gap and confusion from top to bottom.
Everyone is EXTREMELY Busy but with smile on their face
Operations Analysis (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – April 23, 2012
Great place to work but be ready to work more hours than there are in a day. Co-workers and management are all of high-caliber Make sure to get as much feedback from management Know who you have to impress Fun and Fast moving environment with great leadershio Just know that yours and anyone's job is on the line everyday