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Workday Opens Office in Costa Rica As Part of its Global Location Strategy

Workday Opens Office in Costa Rica As Part of its Global Location Strategy

San José, Costa Rica, April 4. Workday (NASDAQ: WDAY), a leading provider of solutions to help organizations manage their people and money, is opening an office in Costa Rica as a recent step in its global location strategy. Workday’s operations in Costa Rica will offer revenue operations, customer experience, and finance functions to support its global customers. 

"We’re excited to open up an office in Costa Rica, which we chose because of its incredible access to talent and proximity to support Workday global operation," said Jancy Castro, Senior Director of Finance and Costa Rica Site Lead at Workday. “As our customer base continues to grow, there is a greater need to provide support to those organizations and internal teams. Through our operations in Costa Rica, we look forward to delivering added value to our customers and employees, as well as contributing to the country's economic growth and development.” 

"The company expects to create employment for 100 people in an initial stage over the short term, relying on Costa Rican talent and the country's experience in the high-value-added services sector," stated Fernando Cruz, CINDE´s Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Opportunities for Employment and Professional Growth

Applicants interested in joining the company can apply via their website: The company offers medical, dental, and vision benefits, as well as life insurance, financial planning, a wellness subsidy, a mental and emotional health program, paid parental leave, paid time off, paid holidays, and community volunteering, among others.

Workday’s headquarters are in Pleasanton, California, with offices across North America, Europe and Africa, and Asia Pacific. Workday is used by more than 10,000 organizations around the world and across industries – from medium-sized businesses to more than 50% of the Fortune 500. 

At Workday, the commitment to VIBE™ (Value Inclusion, Belonging, and Equity) stands as a guiding principle within the company's cultural framework. Today, Workday emphasizes culture at the core of its business model, actively cultivating an environment where every individual experiences a profound sense of belonging and is empowered to contribute their best work. 

Workday has been recognized among Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies® for the fourth year, on JUST Capital’s America’s Most JUST Companies, and one of Comparably’s Best Places to Work. 

CINDE is the expert organization in foreign investment in Costa Rica. With a track record that spans over 42 years, and declared of public interest and as a non-profit, the organization has worked in support of attracting around 430 multinational companies and creating 181,000 direct jobs throughout the country. CINDE's services include analysis and support to investors during their establishment and decision-making processes, as well as assistance in their reinvestment and growth strategies.