We have long been delivering reporting capabilities to help our customers stay compliant with ever-changing diversity regulations. For example, customers can now run ready-to-go reports for EEO-1 and disability (U.S. Department of Labor reporting), Form I-9 and e-Verify (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reporting), and others. We also plan to add more features to our existing veteran and affirmative action reports in the future. With our comprehensive reporting, customers across the globe are equipped to securely deliver the required diversity information for their respective regions to the appropriate agencies.
As we continue to innovate and expand our diversity product features, we recognize that no two companies are exactly alike and therefore do not require the same templates, scorecards, and dashboards. Our goal is to continue to provide our customers with the flexibility to configure workforce and diversity data however they please, a benefit of Workday’s flexible framework, while delivering more standard, out-of-the-box reports for those who need a quick jumpstart. I look forward to seeing how our customers adopt these tools, and how we will continue to use them internally to foster a diverse and inclusive environment here at Workday.