WORKDAY PUBLIC POLICY
Advancing our values through public policy.
At Workday, trust and transparency are core to everything we do. That’s why we advocate for policies that bolster trust in technology, enable growth, and innovate for the future of work.
WHAT WE DO
Leading the way to trusted technology policy.
We collaborate with policymakers, customers, and industry partners to advance trust in technology.
We advocate on technology policy issues.
We let our core values guide our public policy engagement.
We share our cloud and machine learning expertise.
WHAT WE FOCUS ON
Privacy and data protection.
The privacy of our customers’ data has always been our priority. We believe privacy is a fundamental right and are proud to support strong privacy protections worldwide.
Protecting data across borders.
We’re committed to the free flow of data without compromising privacy.
Supporting U.S. legislation.
We’ve long advocated for strong U.S. federal privacy legislation.
From APEC PRP and Privacy Shield to the EU Cloud Code of Conduct, we’re demonstrating worldwide compliance.
AI and ML.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can revolutionize business when used responsibly. We’re working toward a trustworthy and ethical policy framework.
Building trust with principles and practice.
Based on our experience developing enterprise cloud applications, we advocate for AI regulation that balances trust and innovation.
Leading with our values.
We’ve committed to key ethical principles that guide how we responsibly develop ML.
Joining forces with policymakers.
We’ve worked with the EU’s High-Level Expert Group, and in the U.S. we supported the development of the NIST trustworthy AI framework.
As the business landscape continues to change, we believe technology, paired with strong policy, can help create better, more equitable workplaces for all.
Taking a skills-based approach.
With skills becoming more important than ever, we’re focused on how policy can shape the way people work, hire, and grow in their careers.
Matching talent to opportunity.
We’ve seen firsthand how AI and ML can help workers grow their skills and mitigate the impact of rapid change on employment.
Proposing a path forward.
We’ve proposed policy recommendations spanning skills-based hiring, reskilling incentives, digital credentials, and open data.
See what we’re up to.
Check out the policy-related events that we host, participate in, and sponsor. You can also watch recordings from past events.
Policy and trade association memberships.
In addition to direct advocacy, Workday engages on policy issues through the following policy and trade associations.