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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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- 1.014 Sept 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
A handful of nice colleagues
Misogynistic work culture. Long hours with all the rewards and glory being taken by the members of the 'Boys Club'.16
- 5.028 Sept 2014Summer InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearPalo Alto, CA
RelateIQ's culture is unbeatable. It's a company that really lives by its values. On top of that, management is really receptive to suggestions and are willing to make changes if things aren't going well (which is rare in the first place). I loved working there and always felt like my work was valued. There was also a great feedback structure so my mentors and managers were there to help me out. It's great to work with such accomplished, but still completely humble, people. I didn't meet anyone who I didn't enjoy working with. Lastly, the perks are great because we have an awesome ops team: gym benefits, 3 meals a day, frequent team bonding events, tons of good-looking swag, and everything else you could think of.
The work/life balance isn't great and hours can get quite long at times (11-14 hrs/day). That being said, being at the office is actually quite fun and not too much of a burden. Managers are also super flexible with vacation time or working from home.1
- 2.017 Nov 2023Corporate RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 1 yearBengaluru
Good company with lots of benefits which help the sales and engineering department to enjoy work.
Very bad work-life balance for TA and RC. Don't know why the TA head is putting lots of pressure on closing the positions. The intervention of management is mandated to help the culture sustain. The way working hours and weekends are giving lots of pressure and no mental health or work-life balance.1
- 5.08 Jul 2018DesignerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearHyderābād
Salesforce is an awesome place to work. I was fortunate enough to work with few teams in Salesforce during my tenure. Demo Engineering was one of them so when I heard about some rumblings about this team, I thought of sharing my perspective. DE is one of the most amazing teams in Salesforce to work. It houses some of the best talents from the Industry with diverse cultural background. If you bring two things to the table talent and right attitude then irrespective of your gender, age or experience you get the spot on this team. I’ve seen leadership bring in lot of fresh talent with almost no experience but with right attitude. Also there have been cases when folks with not-so-great english were also given opportunity solely based on their talent. How to use technology to bring transparency in an organization is something one should learn from Salesforce. From number of demos you worked on, number of hrs you logged or even number of times your received appreciation, everything is open and accessible at each level from your peers to top global leadership. DE Team is entrusted with task of delivering successful demos where you are racing against time. There is lot of support and encouragement not just from leadership but even from within the team. During my initial days, team helped me learn and get up to speed with work. Whenever I was stuck with anything, team was just a call away. I’ve never worked in a team with such strong sense of ownership till now. During my tenure, India team was leader among global teams in delivering most number of successful demos. There is lot of focus from on your professional and personal growth. I’ve seen people getting nominated for various technical and leadership trainings. Also, Salesforce was kind enough to identify and sponsor trainings for folks who face challenge in communication. You are encouraged to create your own development plan keeping your talent and aspirations in mind. Leadership helps create various growth opportunities for each team member. There is guidance and coaching available for each member. I've seen successful transitions from this team into various roles within Salesforce and even outside. In their pursuit of giving back to society, Salesforce encourages each employee to volunteer. They not only provide paid time off for such volunteering activities but also give hefty sum of $2000 as a grant which each employee can donate. Volunteering activities are available throughout the year and employees are free to choose them as per their interests and beliefs. DE is one of the few teams in Salesforce where each team member proudly achieves their volunteering goals every year. Salesforce provides flexibility of work hours and work from home. Each team defines their own schedule and work hours keeping healthy overlap between their global peers. DE work hours in India are 9-5. At times you are required to get on a call with global peers late evening or early mornings but the folks are always considerate of the fact.
Nothing I could think of.3
- 3.09 Nov 2023Associate Technical ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsArlington, VA
Feels like smaller company would offer better compensation for less work to do.
Too much useless trainings and compliances on which you have to spend ton of time being paid 2 hours overtime per week. Would not say benefits are either that great.Salesforce Response3w
Thank you for expressing your thoughts on the abundance of training sessions. We appreciate your feedback and understand that a balance is essential. We'll pass this feedback to the owners of our training programs to ensure they align with employees' needs and professional development goals while maintaining an optimal balance in the future.
- 1.023 Feb 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeIndianapolis, IN
Great salary and benefits. Free snacks and drinks in the break rooms. Many opportunities to give back to the community during work hours and donation matching grants.
This company's leaders is doing everything it can to ostracize conservative-minded employees and men. If you don't agree with "the company's" political agenda, you had best keep it to yourself or your career will take a hit.20
- 5.024 Feb 2012Member Of Technical StaffCurrent EmployeeSan Francisco, CA
- You work with the best minds in the industry. Developers are very talented and hardworking. - Compensation is one of the best in the industry. Other benefits include free breakfast, snacks, fruits, frequent team lunches - You have the flexibility to shift to any team after few releases and there is absolutely no politics in that proces. You can chose to work in back-end server side work or front-end or mobile or any technology you want. - If you are good people really respect you and you have a lot of potential to grow. There is very less politics here compared to the other big companies I have seen
- Sometimes the work can become very hectic and you might have to put extra hours to get things done.1
- 4.011 Feb 2019Account ExecutiveFormer Employee, more than 1 year
The product stacks and the overall customer success platform are second to none. You have full confidence going into a customer meeting that Salesforce can support your customer's use case, no matter how complex and obviously you have fantastic brand awareness. Great pay, fabulous benefits and the focus on social impact is incredible. Equal pay for women is also a plus!
Work/life balance is a tough one. Prepare to work well outside normal hours to get the job done but work is remote and flexible.4Salesforce Response5y
Thanks for taking the time to leave your review. We're glad to hear that you've listed so many pros about working here. We understand that many roles can have its pressures and appreciate the feedback. We're also sorry to see you're no longer with the company and wish you all the best in future.
- 4.06 Mar 2014AnalystFormer Contractor, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
SFDC is a great place to work. Their perks are great and you work with a lot of dedicated people.
The hours are long and the job descriptions are not always accurate to the job you are asked to perform1Salesforce Response10y
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- 5.020 Sept 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Flexible working environment, Innovative Company
long hours and fast moving pace so business constantly changing (not necc a bad thing)1
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