Upholding Ethics and Integrity to Fuel Innovation and Technology Excellence

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This week we celebrate the most ethical companies across our customer and partner ecosystem and the individuals who are committed to establishing, accelerating, and upholding business integrity around the globe. For the third consecutive year, Workday has been named one of The World’s Most Ethical Companies® by Ethisphere Institute, an honor we share with more than 50 Workday customers and partners that we collaborate with.

We sat down with Chris Fedrow, chief compliance officer at Workday, to learn more about the importance of integrity and what she admires most about Workday customers, partners, and fellow Most Ethical Companies® honorees.

Why do you think Workday has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® for the third time?

Ethisphere is a global leader in defining the standards of ethical business practices that advance corporate character, trust, and business success. Workday’s focus on ethics and integrity is something we share with Ethisphere, and customers and partners across our ecosystem.

As a technology company built on integrity and trust, we relentlessly seek to deliver meaningful value to our customers and our wider industry and beyond. We operate in an ecosystem that places trust and values front and center. Ethics and integrity are

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