Whether they are developing our latest design tools, volunteering in local communities, or lending their skills to Autodesk Foundation grantees, our employees drive our culture of impact and contribute to our vision of a better world.
We encourage employees to take advantage of employee networks, pro bono volunteering opportunities, and company matching funds that are available when they give their time and money to nonprofits. We also offer sustainability-related benefits, such as incentives to cycle to work and discounts on home solar panels and hybrid and electric vehicles.
If you’re an employee, find out how you can get involved.
PRO BONO VOLUNTEERING
Our pro bono volunteer program, matches skilled employees with outside organizations that are making a difference. During fiscal year 2016, employees donated 980 pro bono hours valued at $136,000, using their professional skills to benefit nonprofit organizations focused on challenges ranging from health and poverty to climate change and marine conservation.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
We provide a curriculum that is easy to access anytime, anywhere, and accommodates varying learning styles, time constraints, and accessibility concerns. In addition, employees can expand their professional sustainability credentials with free memberships to the U.S. Green Building Council and the Design Management Institute. These are just a few of the reasons we have consistently ranked in Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For®.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Our commitment to health and wellness begins with helping employees and their spouses or partners stay fit and minimize health concerns. Many of our facilities offer gyms and walking desks, and our wellness campaign includes events such as the Global Corporate Challenge.
We believe that a diverse workforce, one that includes a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives, helps reflect our customer base and leads to new ideas and improved creativity. We are creating a diverse and inclusive organization through the recruitment, retention, and development of all segments of the global workforce.
ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE
We strive to maintain an environment that demonstrates strong business ethics, and our Code of Business Conduct (CoBC) conveys our values and expectations. All Autodesk employees worldwide are required to complete CoBC training annually.
We promote and protect human rights wherever we do business, and we expect our suppliers and other business partners to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Our Human Rights Policy describes these commitments, as well as how we promote human rights among employees, suppliers, business partners, and customers.