Workday and Wounded Warrior Project

The men and women of the U.S. military forces make huge sacrifices to protect our country, and many of them arrive home seriously injured. That’s where the Wounded Warrior Project comes in. “Our mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors,” says Len Stachitas, the project’s executive vice president. “Our vision, or our big, hairy, audacious goal, as we call it, is to make this the most well-adjusted and successful generation of wounded service members in our nation's history."

We have found that productivity has increased, engagement with human resources has increased, and overall it truly has been a tremendous asset to the HR department.

Addie Poudrier

HR Executive Vice President

  • Leaders spending too much time on administrative tasks instead of coaching employees.
  • Multiple outdated legacy systems.
  • Lack of visibility into the workforce.
  • No talent management system.
  • No easy access to information for employees or managers.
  • Increased employee productivity.
  • Improved business efficiency.
  • Global and mobile capabilities to match rapid growth.
  • Continuously updated software without costly upgrades.