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We’re in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For!

It’s a huge compliment when your colleagues say the business is a great place to work. It’s even better when a panel of independent judges agrees with them.

So when we found out Adobe had been voted the 33rd best place to work in the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For’ awards, we were absolutely delighted.

To be named the second best technology company to work for, given this is the first time the Adobe team has entered the competition and the number and quality of the companies we are up against, makes it that much more special. We see it as a reflection of our incredible team and the enthusiasm everyone brings to work here every day.

So much has happened since Adobe was founded in the US nearly 30 years ago – and our brand in the UK has gone from strength to strength to become hugely successful and widely recognised. But our values have remained the same and our commitment to creating a great place to work, wherever we are in the world, makes us really proud. Just take a look at what some of our team have to say about working here.

At Adobe, we work really hard to create a vibrant, dynamic working environment. We’ve always said that great ideas can come from everywhere, and that the next big idea could be yours. We thrive on being innovative and involved while striving for excellence – but remembering we’ve got to keep our feet on the ground by being genuine.

If you’d like to find out more about working for Adobe, check out our career opportunities page and follow @AdobeCareersEUR and @AdobeUK. We’re hiring in the UK right now – you never know, the perfect position may just have come up!

You can get involved with the conversation with #bestcompanies and find out more by logging onto You can also read about the awards on The Sunday Times website if you are a subscriber.

San Jose Student Gets a Glimpse of Life at Adobe

I had the pleasure of hosting an 11th grader from Yerba Buena High School for a day at Adobe as part of the YWCA’s Project Inspire Job Shadow on Tuesday. If you aren’t familiar with Project Inspire, take a look at YWCA site. Even though it’s a pilot program, the YWCA has had solid success in helping these San Jose students gain course credits and stay on track for graduation.

While this day was outside the regular Project Inspire offerings, it fit perfectly with their mission of helping students see the sort of opportunities they could have if they continue to achieve in school.

We took our student for a tour of our facility and she sat in on a few meetings about Adobe’s Wellness programs and our plans for the Best Places to Work application. I asked some of our employees, who are new college graduates, to join us for lunch so they could share their journey through school and into the workplace. She was interested to hear about the global nature of our workforce and how these employees, even though they are fresh out of school, have traveled significantly.

Reflecting on today’s events, the one thing that stands out to me most is that we need to challenge our students to think well beyond high school graduation day. It’s so important that our students set their personal bar high for their future, career and opportunities that are available to them.

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