2020 has been a year filled with many challenges and uncertainties, whether it’s the loss of Black lives, unemployment, or the impacts of the coronavirus. But with so much change, some good may come as we come together. These crises have prompted the world to deeply examine already existing societal gaps and inequities with a new lens and urgency to help solve our toughest problems. By no means are these challenges going to be easy to solve, but I’m confident in the common good of humanity. With a shared goal and collective determination, I’m optimistic for the positive impact to come.
As I reflect and observe what we’re witnessing as a global community, I’m prompted to think about the role businesses can play as part of the solution. How do we, as business leaders, help rebuild a system that was already broken to begin with? How can we build it back better, and open up more opportunities for all?
Here are some of the ways we at Workday have navigated these last few months, and how we are committed to the fight for economic equality.
Accelerated funding for our nonprofit partners. We’re experiencing a record number of unemployment claims
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