Adobe named a World’s Best Workplace for fifth year in a row

For the fifth year in a row, Adobe has been named onto Fortune Magazine’s list of World’s Best Workplaces. This year, Adobe ranks number 13 on the list—up 2 spots from last year. The global designation was awarded because we’ve been recognized as a Best Workplace in Australia, Brazil, Germany, India, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Adobe was selected out of over 10,000 organizations that participated in the employee survey process conducted by Fortune research partner Great Place to Work, representing the voices of 10.2 million employees in 92 countries worldwide. According to Fortune, the 25 World’s Best Workplaces stood out for creating globally exceptional employee experiences, high-trust relationships, and workplaces that are fair and equal for all.

We are proud to be recognized globally for our diverse and inclusive workplace, creative and innovative employees, and for our unyielding dedication to our employees’ career development and wellbeing. And since the pandemic, we’ve never been more dedicated to supporting our employees, customers and communities. This includes offering meaningful benefits to our employees, such as robust well-being resources like 24/7 counseling services and free meditation apps, and reimbursement funds for wellness and WFH expenses. We also offer impactful time-off programs, such as our reoccurring company-wide day off, COVID-19 paid time-off, and more. You can find out more about how we’re supporting employees here.

Core to Adobe’s DNA is the belief in creating change within the communities where we work and live. Our employees embody this commitment – 70% of employees participated in our corporate responsibility programs in 2019 – and they have shown up to support their neighbors and organizations addressing COVID-19 relief. This includes employees around the globe virtually volunteering over 13,500 hours and raising millions for organizations to address COVID-19 and social justice initiatives.

The Adobe Germany team getting ready to volunteer at a CSR event in 2019.

Adobe's Black Employee Network in San Francisco, California Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day by marching together at the parade.

For our customers, in keeping with our belief that creativity is an essential skill for everyone, we’ve introduced programs that provide continued access to our products to address their needs during this challenging time. This includes enabling distance learning by providing “at home” access to Creative Cloud for students who receive it through on-campus labs, feeding individual growth and development with on-demand Marketo and Magento training programs, and more. A comprehensive list of what we’re doing to support our customers can be found on

The Adobe Japan team showcasing their Creative Cloud pride.

The Australia team at Adobe Symposium Digital Experience conference in Sydney.

What employees are saying

As part of the survey that determines the rankings on Fortune’s World’s Best Workplaces list, employees around the world have the option of leaving anonymous comments about what they believe makes Adobe unique. Here’s what they’re saying:

“The culture is very different to other organisations I have worked for. There is a real sense of community that connects employees to each other, and it creates a sense of belonging that allows you to be your authentic self. The Employee Networks play such a huge part in this, ensuring everyone has a voice and feels included.”

Anonymous Adobe employee based in the UK

The Adobe UK team celebrating Pride Month in 2019.

“The way Adobe has managed through the COVID-19 crisis is exemplary. I can truly say that I trust our leaders to do the right thing in the face of adversity and I believe they truly put people first.”

Anonymous Adobe employee based in the US

The Adobe India team at the Adobe For All Summit in 2019, celebrating diversity and inclusion.

The Adobe Brazil team at their 2019 end of year celebration.

“Innovation is celebrated here. People are encouraged to find innovative solutions to unique problems and are encouraged to file patents. This is why I work here.”

Anonymous Adobe employee based in India