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- "Many might have told about all the great benefits salesforce offers and everything is true :" (in 1800 reviews)
- "Salesforce promotes a great culture as a company and that is reflected in the employees' interactions at the company" (in 1708 reviews)
- "In company there are great people that work and they also make it pleasant for another to work there." (in 1206 reviews)
- "Good Work life balance and OOM" (in 831 reviews)
- "fun to work for and the poeple are nice plus pay is good" (in 545 reviews)
- "Poor management (both middle management and executives)" (in 391 reviews)
- "If you are good with the managers and go out on golf events/drinking you will get good accounts." (in 325 reviews)
- "Crappy process on recent layoffs" (in 217 reviews)
- "long hours and fast moving pace so business constantly changing (not necc a bad thing)" (in 98 reviews)
- "Upper management is absolutely bloated with nonessential employees." (in 68 reviews)
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- 5.016 Nov 2018Lead Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
I am working for Salesforce for the past 3 years. So far I have not seen any valid point for me to make a move to another company. - Compensation is good compared to its equivalent companies - Great benefits and perks - Work-life balance is very good - Management helps employees to grow in their career - More innovative projects coming up which gives me a chance to learn the emerging technologies - Company does a lot of volunteering activities to support the society and people in need of help - Great culture and values which is why I hope this company is rated as the best place to work
I don't see much cons about this wonderful company. I wish the management continue supporting its employees the same way it does now.
- 5.014 Oct 2013Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 5 years
At Salesforce.com I worked with some of the smartest, hardest working people. The culture was extremely entrepreneurial and the product was always evolving and our customers loved us!
Major growing pains. Levels of management were added without promoting from within. The only constant at Salesforce.com was change and sometimes without a purpose.1
- 4.02 Aug 2022Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Flexible schedule - the offices are there if you want to go in but you don't need to; fun and compassionate culture
With such a large organization, getting anything done seems to require alignment with a lot of stakeholders, which drags out the decision-making1
- 5.019 Oct 2016Customer Success ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearDallas, TX
- Excellent training - Outstanding company culture that is focused on customer success and making the world a better place - Colleagues are extremely helpful and collaborative
A lot of learn and it is a very fast moving and changing company - not a con per se - but challenging to keep up.1
- 3.010 Sept 2019Senior Desktop AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsSan Francisco, CA
Amenities galore! Great benefits, flexible schedule, the place where everyone wants to be.
Too large for their own good. Too much focus on metrics and not enough focus on micro culture and fostering long term relationships. There's an inevitable aura of competition that is felt, yet not said.4Salesforce Response5y
Thank you for your review. We're happy you're enjoying your Salesforce experience. Creating a great culture is a journey and not always a perfect one. We are actively listening to you and all of our coworkers and doing our best to address and resolve any concerns.
- 5.06 Aug 2021Senior Director FinanceFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsIndianapolis, IN
Great company culture especially liked the focus on employee health and office environment (Before Covid)
Limited growth opportunities at executive level in Indiana (which is considered a cheap backwater)
- 4.019 Jun 2018Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Great product, great brand, focus on results. The best selling and marketing machine ever created.
cult methods, you can only adore the company and Mr. Benioff or you're an alien. Too much 'friends' hiring generates closed circles and blind, ill loyalty. Almost everybody you'll meet there is fake in terms of personal interaction. Watch your back. You will meet many ex-oracle employees that talk terribly about Oracle but bring it's methods and culture to Salesforce. Nothing left of the fresh, Californian startup spirit it was not long ago.6Salesforce Response6y
Thank you for the feedback. The behaviors you've described in your review are not aligned with our values. I realize you are no longer an employee, but if you feel comfortable, we would appreciate it if you could contact EthicsPoint at 1-866-294-3540 (toll-free) or online at http://www.salesforce.ethicspoint.com/ to provide additional details. Doing so will help us work to directly address the concerns you raise in your review and ultimately make the workplace better for everyone.
- 5.021 Jan 2023Software Engineering SMTSCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
Pay Benefits Wlb Culture Mgr are super friendly and people oriented Espp Free food snacks Hybrid cum remote work
No cab service… nothing else great company to work
- 5.010 Sept 2019Software Development EngineerFormer Intern, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
Salesforce promotes a great culture as a company and that is reflected in the employees' interactions at the company
Some teams/bosses are still of a different mindset than the Salesforce Ohana, so make sure to reach out to a good team!
- 4.010 Feb 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
The Salaries are competitive The people are generally very intelligent and nice people Good company to have on the CV
Complex and political company culture High expectations Expected to go above and beyond as a standard
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Hi, I applied for a Product manager role last month. I had 2 rounds of interviews. The 1st with the hiring manager went great and well, it felt more like a conversation than an interview. The 2nd with the director was good but I felt I did not impress the hiring manager enough. I had hoped to hear feedback last week and followed up with an email to the recruiter twice. Not sure what to think of that could be the delay. Please let me know what you think as I have moved my mind from it already