Cadence Named One of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces for 2018


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Cadence has been named number 15 on the 2018 list of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine. This is the fourth year in a row that Cadence was named to this list.

Cadence works with the world’s most innovative companies, across a growing range of market segments including mobile, cloud datacenter, automotive, artificial intelligence, aerospace and IoT. Employees are inspired by the opportunity to help customers solve technology’s toughest challenges in a highly collaborative environment.

“Being named to the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list four years in a row is a great accomplishment for our entire team, and this recognition reflects the strong culture that we’ve created,” said Lip-Bu Tan, Cadence CEO. “Over our 30-year history, the people at Cadence have been the critical differentiator that drives the company’s business success. Our employees around the world share a commitment to excellence and customer success that has fueled innovation and has defined our high-performance culture.”

To achieve the ranking, Cadence appeared in Great Place to Work lists in Canada, Brazil (Best in Minas Gerais), France, Germany, Greater China, India, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Poland, United Kingdom and United States. Cadence has also received distinction as one of Europe’s Best Companies. More than 2,500 Cadence employees provided testimonials and feedback about aspects of their jobs, managers, teammates, opportunities for growth and benefits. Consistently across the world, employees say they are proud to work at Cadence because of the strong culture that encourages high performance.

Great Place to Work surveyed more than 7,000 organizations around the world with over 12 million employees. To be considered for the World’s Best Workplaces list, qualifying organizations must have at least 5,000 employees worldwide with at least 40% working outside of the company’s home country.

“Congratulations to the World’s Best workplaces. It is a big challenge to build a high-trust culture that is great for employees in many countries across the globe,” says Great Place to Work’s CEO, Michael Bush. “These organizations have bold leaders who have risen to the challenge—they are the vanguard showing millions of organizations worldwide that it is possible and desirable to create a great place to work for all.”

About Cadence

Cadence enables electronic systems and semiconductor companies to create the innovative end products that are transforming the way people live, work and play. Cadencesoftware, hardware and semiconductor IP are used by customers to deliver products to market faster. The company’s System Design Enablement strategy helps customers develop differentiated products—from chips to boards to systems—in mobile, consumer, cloud datacenter, automotive, aerospace, IoT, industrial and other market segments. Cadence is listed as one of Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For. Learn more here.

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