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Our Own Cadence Amongst the Best Multinational Workplaces!

Our Own Cadence Amongst the Best Multinational Workplaces!
by Daniel Nenni on 10-15-2015 at 12:00 pm

 There were some very happy faces around MemCon this week for a variety of reasons. Paul McLellan was smiling because he now works full time for Cadence and has the best medical benefits ever and of course I was smiling because there was free food!

Chris Rowen, CTO of the Cadence IP group, was smiling because his keynote “The Transformation of Memory Systems Design” was full of people who looked like engineers. Pablo Temprano, Sr. Director of Marketing, DRAM and GPU memory at Samsung, was smiling because his keynote “Mobile Apps & The Cloud Driving Upsurge in Memory Content” was actually very funny AND informative which is difficult to do in our industry.

But most of all Mark Plungy, Director of Cadence PR, was smiling because Cadence was recognized yet again for being a great place to work. Great for Cadence and even greater for EDA, absolutely!

MemCon, the memory industry’s premier technical and ecosystem event, showcases the thought leaders driving advances in memory technology. Targeting decision makers and innovators in memory, systems integration, IP development, semiconductor design, and SoC development, MemCon offers insights into advanced technologies and standards and opportunities to network with leaders.

In addition to the MemCon keynotes, there were 20 technical sessions on market trends, mainstream memory, system and architecture, and today’s technologies. The PDFs of the presentations will be posted soon I hope. They will definitely be worth a click.

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS), today announced that it has been named #21 on the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list from the Great Place to Work[SUP]®[/SUP]Institute. Cadence is one of only 25 companies selected for this list from over 1,100 corporations worldwide.Selection for this prestigious recognition is acknowledgment for the high levels of commitment and engagement of the global Cadence team of over 6500 employees and the company’s commitment to its One Cadence—One Team culture.

Never heard of Great Place to Work Institute? Me neither, but here they are in a nutshell:

For over 25 years we’ve studied and identified great workplaces around the world.
We’ve built the Great Place to Work Model on 25 years of research and surveys of millions of employees.We know that trust is the single most important ingredient in making a workplace great.We know that great workplaces are better financial performers.

And here is the list of 2015 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces:

1. Google
56,040 employees
Industry: Information Technology
Listed in: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India, Japan, Switzerland, United States

2. SAS Institute
13,741 employees
Industry: Information Technology
Listed in: Australia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, United States

3. W. L. Gore & Associates
10,000 employees
Industry: Manufacturing & Production | Textiles and textile products
Listed in: China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, United States

4. NetApp
12,810 employees
Industry: Information Technology | Storage/Data Management
Listed in: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Switzerland, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States

5. Telefónica
123,700 employees
Industry: Telecommunications
Listed in: Argentina (2), Central America (One Operation), Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru (3), Venezuela

6. EMC
70,000 employees
Industry: Information Technology | Storage/Data Management
Listed in: Australia, Austria, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom

7. Microsoft
128,000 employees
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance
Listed in: Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom

108,000 employees
Industry: Information Technology | Software
Listed in: Argentina, Chile, Mexico (2), Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela

9. Monsanto
22,400 employees
Industry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals | Biotechnology
Listed in: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, France, Guatemala , India, Italy, Mexico, Spain

10. American Express
53,500 employees
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance | Banking/Credit Services
Listed in: Argentina, India, Japan, Mexico, United States

11. Marriott

182,972 employees
Industry: Hospitality | Hotel/Resort
Listed in: Brazil (2), India, Mexico (4), Peru, United Arab Emirates, United States

12. Belcorp
10,185 employees
Industry: Retail
Listed in: Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru

13. Scotiabank
86,932 employees
Industry: Financial Services & Insurance | Banking/Credit Services
Listed in: Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico (3), Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico

14. Autodesk
8,823 employees
Industry: Information Technology
Listed in: Australia, Canada, China, Germany, United Kingdom, United States

15. Cisco
70,112 employees
Industry: Information Technology
Listed in: Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

16. Atento

150,000 employees
Industry: Professional Services | Telephone Support/Sales Centers
Listed in: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay

17. Diageo

28,000 employees
Industry: Manufacturing & Production | Beverages
Listed in: Brazil, Canada, Central America & Caribbean, Chile, Ireland, Mexico

18. Accor

142,896 employees
Industry: Hospitality | Hotel/Resort
Listed in: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, India, Mexico, Peru, United Kingdom

19. Hyatt

97,000 employees
Industry: Hospitality
Listed in: China, Germany, India, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States

20. Mars

74,141 employees
Industry: Manufacturing & Production | Food Products
Listed in: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Central America & Caribbean, Chile, China, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy (2), Japan, Korea, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States

21. Cadence
6,405 employees
Industry: Information Technology | Software
Listed in: Canada, India, Korea, United Kingdom, United States

22. Hilti

22,000 employees
Industry: Manufacturing & Production
Listed in: Canada, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United States

23. EY

193,295 employees
Industry: Professional Services
Listed in: Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, United States

24. H&M

132,000 employees
Industry: Retail | Clothing
Listed in: Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Turkey

25. Novo Nordisk
39,062 employees
Industry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals | Pharmaceuticals
Listed in: Finland, Greece, Mexico, Netherlands, United States

Also Read: Is Cadence the Best EDA Company to Work for?

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