Adobe named a FORTUNE ‘100 Best’ employer

Fortune100-2014-resizeThe 2014 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work for list  is officially out and we are thrilled to see Adobe is on it. Packed with well-respected companies across industries, the list is highly regarded and we are grateful to our employees for making it possible.

Since placement is largely determined by a survey of randomly selected U.S. employees, our results tell me we’re on the right track. And, we are committed to continue creating an environment where our people can excel. Engaged employees directly contribute to Adobe’s ability to develop innovative products, go above and beyond for our customers, and ultimately our businesses success.

Over the last year, we made incredible progress executing on our strategy in digital media and marketing. We also made some big bets to innovate in our people practices by abolishing the much maligned annual review. It’s exciting to see our momentum reflected in this achievement. Learn why Adobe is a great place to work and join us!


Donna Morris, Executive Vice President, Customer and Employee Experience

“Disrupt or be disrupted” is Donna’s rallying cry. From abolishing Adobe’s annual performance reviews to dramatically expanding its family leave policy, she has set the industry agenda while making Adobe a great place to work. She leads the product, customer service, and technical support experience for all Adobe products, in addition to all aspects of human resources and the workplace. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Carleton University, and her “north of the border” accent gives her away as a native of Ottawa, Canada. If Donna were not at Adobe, she would have a home decorating show on HGTV.

Donna Morris, Executive Vice President, Customer and Employee Experience