For the second year in a row, Adobe has been named to People Magazine’s list of Companies that Care. This year we landed at no. 6 out of the top 50 companies, moving up 2 spots from last year! The publication released its inaugural list in 2017 to highlight the top 50 companies who do an exemplary job of supporting their employees, both personally and professionally, and are making an impact in their communities through philanthropy and volunteerism. A great place to work goes far beyond the compensation and perks – this demonstrates that a world class company culture and the ability to make a greater social impact are simply invaluable.
We’re delighted to receive this recognition and thank all our employees for living out Adobe’s core values – Genuine, Exceptional, Innovative and Involved – and being involved in all facets of the Adobe Life. From the loud and proud communities within our walls, like our clubs, employee networks and action teams, to giving back to the causes and communities that are important to our employees through skilled volunteering and monetary donations; our unparalleled culture and impact on the world continues to grow stronger because of the people and sense of purpose we foster at Adobe.
Helping the community is a walk in the park for Adobe.
Partnering with Rise Against Hunger, the Adobe team helped pack 41,000 meals in one day.
The Adobe team in action, working together to complete the construction of a greenhouse.
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About the Methodology
PEOPLE magazine teamed up with Great Place to Work to produce the ranking using the research firm’s extensive database and inside knowledge of outstanding workplaces around the globe. Rankings are based on surveys representing over 4.5 million employee’s experiences of how their workplaces have made a difference in their lives and in their communities. Rankings also reflect Great Place to Work’s assessment of the generosity of each organization’s benefits, philanthropic and community support, with particular focus on activities occurring in the last year.