San Francisco, CA
5001 to 10000 Employees
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A wonderful company with great benefits. Not as remote-worker friendly as expected.
Working at Salesforce is as good as it gets for women! Conversations are heart-centered with the whole person in mind.
Salesforce is unsurprisingly very female friendly, as one of our core values is equality. As long as they don't forget about that as they grow and expand it will continue to be successful
Great company with pockets of diversity issues (old boys club).
Salesforce is an amazing organization but it does take some serious grit to work here.
While it was a great place in terms of benefits and I worked with amazing people, it wasn't a great environment for career growth as a woman. Men always got the better projects, the promotions and the opportunities to show off to senior executives even when there were equally or more qualified women.
Salesforce is doing great things for Women in the workplace. However, I continue to see a disproportionate number of men getting promoted and given bigger projects. And when women are promoted, leadership needs to communicate appropriately to the men that were passed on the position. Instead of saying "It's a weird time" when a women gets promoted over a man. (Like Salesforce is just promoting women to meet quotas). Wrong- women are getting promoted because they deserve it and that is how it should be communicated!
Extremely talented employees who love the work they do- it's infectious! Lots of growth opportunities and excellent pay.
Leaders especially the female ones are cutthroat, rude and tough even in HR. You have to be loud, obnoxious and insensitive even to be heard. There's a lot of competing voices and it's so hard to be myself. They also work you to the one. Go work elsewhere it's not worth it.
While salesforce has made strides in closing the wage gap, they still have a long way to go. The sales floors are riddled with sexual harassment jokes, and female leaders are often seen as "bitchy" and "pushy"
I had a female manager who led the department. I had a male colleague doing similar work and performance as I. We both got raises from this same female manager, but he was given $5k more with that bump. I mentioned it to my boss and her response was "oh, it's only $5k, it's not really a big deal". To me, it was.
A really wonderful place to work that cares deeply about equality.
Great office perks, nice cash bonuses, solid health care, and good classes and learning opportunities. But in terms of advancement, there are very, very few opportunities for women to lead. And during my time, telecommuting was not allowed in my department.
Working out of the Services division my answer is absolutely NO. I would like to see Salesforce complete a survey on the number of female Architects and female Developers they employ in their Services division. They are so focused on everyone getting 5+ Salesforce certifications, along with completing client work that has been underestimated, there is no time whatsoever for a work/life balance. The boys/men that don't have family or kids, or those that have spouses that don't work, are the ones that move up in this company.
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