We’re committed to creating a sustainable future, together.
At Workday, we measure our success not only in financial terms, but also by how we operate in the world. It’s why we build sustainability into everything we do.
Taking responsibility for our environmental impact.
Delivering cloud applications globally, running our offices and powering our data centres requires a lot of energy.
We recognise that – and are committed to doing what it takes to minimise our impact on the planet and address climate change.
How we do our part.
We made a bold commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions and operate on 100% renewable electricity by 2021 – and we did it a year early.
We’re taking action against climate change.
We have committed to set science-based emissions reduction targets, that are consistent with keeping global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. This will help our world transition to a net-zero future by 2050.
We’ve mitigated all of our historical carbon emissions.
In fact, we’re one of the first companies to achieve a lifetime net-zero carbon footprint.
And we’re investing in a new strategy: carbon removal.
Our $1 million investment will help aid mangrove reforestation in Mexico and Kenya – a natural climate solution.
We use 100% renewable electricity in our offices and data centres.
And we offset 100% of our emissions from natural gas, data centre cooling and business travel.
We collaborated on the first clean energy deal
of its kind.
We joined Bloomberg, Cox Enterprises, Gap Inc. and Salesforce to create the first-ever small aggregation clean energy deal.
We responsibly dispose of what we can’t recycle.
We adhere to strict e-Stewards standards for e-waste disposal.
Organisations we belong to.
We’re not in it alone.
Our Workmates pitch in, too.
Our employees know that what they do every day matters and are committed to small actions that have a big impact.
93% of our employees are passionate about the environment.
45 employee Green Teams spearhead sustainability efforts around the world.
Our employees have lowered their average commute emissions by 40% since 2016.