WorkdayVoice: Workday's Chief People Officer on Balancing a Career and Life as a Working Mom

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As both a parent and the leader of Workday’s People & Purpose organization, Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith shares how she’s been able to embrace her experiences and help ensure that Workday is a great place to work for parents. ▶ Full story on forbes.com
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