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74 English questions out of 74

29 January 2020

Does Salesforce offer massages?

Pros

You always have the chance to work on interesting work. Team members, management, and overall company culture are very supportive. Management will set you up to succeed by providing all the resources, trainings, and other tools needed to make it to "get to the next level" and advance your career. I personally have no immediate plans to switch teams because I currently love the work that I am doing right now. I have seen people easily move across different teams and organizations (lateral and vertical) within Salesforce without issue. This is important to those that want to eventually work on different projects/teams/technologies within the company. The company promotes a lot of volunteering for employees and is consistently active within the community. It's recommended and encouraged for employees to volunteer and give back and they set a side a large amount of VTO (Volunteer Time Off) for you to do so. I absolutely love this because volunteering makes such a big impact to those in need. You are treated with dignity and respect working here. I have never come across any issues while working here but there is always an open channel to communicate with management (direct management or other management) if you do encounter anything. Senior management is very honest and transparent during meetings/emails/town halls, ect. with what is going on within our organization and company as a whole. Besides all of the stuff mentioned above, there are: - Excellent Work/Life Balance (I've never worked a weekend, I get off on time each day, and have never felt any stress while working here) . All of our work as a team is consistently completed by the deadlines too! - Unlimited opportunities to learn and grow your career with tools/resources readily available. (The company promotes enablement and provides you with a bountiful of resources to get to where you want to go in your career) It's just up to YOU to activity take initiative and take advantage of them! - You have the ability to take Professional Led Salesforce Certification classes for free - Tuition Reimbursement - Commuter benefits - ESPP - Amazing health insurance packages - Awesome views from the top of the Salesforce Tower - Ability to work from home every now and then (varies from team to team and role) - Baristas available in the main buildings to provide free handcrafted coffee and tea - Professional Chef's making food at the top of the Salesforce Tower and in Salesforce East - Arcade games, pool tables, ping pong tables, foosball, - Various ERG Groups to join (they do a lot of events that are fun and good for the community) - Social groups to join (Board games, video games, camera clubs, exercise/workout classes) - Lots of comfy sofas/lounge chairs - Access to the Salesforce Park - Awesome holiday parties!!! - HUGE Dreamforce event every year (Really fun and informative) All and all, this is absolutely the best company I have ever worked for and I currently don't have any intensions of leaving. 😃

Cons

NONE!!! (I personally don't have any cons to add here)

Advice to Management

Keep doing the good job that you all are doing!!!

Baristas available in the main buildings to provide free handcrafted coffee and tea

29 January 2020

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10 February 2022

Does Salesforce offer dental insurance?

Pros

Work from home option, benefits such as health, dental, pension. It’s exciting to work for a company that is growing at such a large scale.

Cons

Very heavy workload. The promotion cycle is twice a year and the salary increase is not much.

Advice to Management

Become more competitive. Pay your employees what they are worth - give bigger increases and if an employee receives an offer from another company try to match it rather than lose them.

Work from home option, benefits such as health, dental, pension.

10 February 2022

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10 February 2022

Does Salesforce have a pension plan?

Pros

Work from home option, benefits such as health, dental, pension. It’s exciting to work for a company that is growing at such a large scale.

Cons

Very heavy workload. The promotion cycle is twice a year and the salary increase is not much.

Advice to Management

Become more competitive. Pay your employees what they are worth - give bigger increases and if an employee receives an offer from another company try to match it rather than lose them.

Work from home option, benefits such as health, dental, pension.

10 February 2022

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8 October 2021

Does Salesforce offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great WLB, great employee health, retirement and wellness benefits, employees are taken care of and listened to, fair compensation, still lots of room to move upward

Cons

Big ship so territories can be saturated. Can sometimes be hard to find resources internally for smaller accounts.

Great WLB, great employee health, retirement and wellness benefits, employees are taken care of and listened to, fair compensation, still lots of room to move upward

8 October 2021

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9 May 2022

Does Salesforce offer life insurance?

Pros

Great work life balance , great benefits , Supports family values , great career opportunities.

Cons

I don't have anything so far.

Advice to Management

NA

Great work life balance , great benefits , Supports family values , great career opportunities.

9 May 2022

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