Adobe is ranked second on the 2022 Singapore Best Workplaces™ in Technology list (Medium category) by Great Place to Work™ (GPTW). The accreditation recognizes Adobe’s commitment towards creating a highly trusted work environment that employees are proud of.
Adobe also came in 3rd on the 2022 Best Workplaces in Singapore list (Medium category) and 25th on the 2022 Best Workplaces in Asia™ list for offices in Singapore, India, and Japan (Multinational category).
The Singapore Best Workplaces in Technology List by GPTW recognizes exceptional companies in the information and communication technologies industry. The selected companies are purpose-driven and adopt a people-first mindset, consistently showing that authentic care and employee well-being need not be compromised for business growth. Similarly, GPTW’s list of Best Workplaces in Singapore evaluates companies based on employee experiences of trust and ability to achieve their full potential through daily innovation, alongside the company’s values and effectiveness of its leaders to ensure employees are consistently experienced.
“It gives me great pride to see Adobe named Singapore’s #2 Best Workplace in Technology. We also placed 3rd on the 2022 Best Workplaces in Singapore list, moving a rank up from 2021. We embody our distinctive ‘Kampong Spirit’ every day, creating a work environment that is safe, inclusive, and welcoming for all. This ensures mutual care for one another and cultivates healthy support systems in the workplace. With this year being our 25th anniversary in Singapore, this accreditation is a testament of our commitment to continuously build a cohesive and collaborative culture amongst our people,” said Simon Dale, Managing Director, Southeast Asia and Korea, Adobe.
The award comes in timely as Adobe celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, with a proud list of achievements made possible through its continued emphasis on employees, communities, and the world. Through numerous events and programs, the company has always worked towards transparent communication with the senior leadership team, and active involvement in social impact opportunities. Employee-led initiatives like Employee Networks and Adobe For All helps to foster greater diversity and inclusion for employees from underrepresented groups, such as women, and employees or family members who have disabilities. To fully harness the power of divergent thinking among employees, Adobe invests in innovation, education, and culture, and employees get involved in the development of future plans, goals, and strategies across various channels.