What is Abilityforce, and how does this Equality group help to unite Salesforce employees? In this episode of “Creating an Accessible Workplace with Abilityforce,” Gino Ramos, Senior Manager of Equality Programs at Salesforce, and Tai Veloso, Account Executive at Salesforce, discuss what Abilityforce is, how do you define the term “disability,” and what are some dos and don’ts when it comes to language surrounding people with disabilities.
We’re humbled and honored to be recognized as one of the World's Best Workplaces for the fifth year in a row by Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine. This isn’t possible without our amazing team around the world! Learn how we're leaning into our Success from Anywhere culture and embracing a flex mindset to discover new and better ways of working: https://sforce.co/3BVuKsJ
With the support of her family, Victoria Poku has long been an unapologetic mathematician with an interest in economics and politics. After many years of exploring jobs in the financial and technology realms, Victoria took a running start by joining Salesforce, and has transformed her career in ways she never thought possible. Read more:
Allies are essential in creating a culture of inclusivity, especially in a workplace. In our last episode of "Creating an Inclusive Workplace with #Latinoforce," Salesforce Support Engineer, Sabrina Gurgel Moore, virtually sits down with our host Jill Santos. 📺 Sabrina and Jill discuss what an active ally is, how to be an active ally in the workplace, and more.
"Our talent strategy is no longer bound by barriers like location, so we can broaden our search beyond traditional city centers and welcome untapped talent from new communities and geographies." – Brent Hyder, Chief People Officer Salesforce employees are no longer limited by the 9-5 or sitting in the office – we're focused on the future of flexible work.
Part of celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth is also learning how we can support Latinx nonprofits & small businesses — not just during this month, but all year long. In today's episode of "Creating an Inclusive Workplace with #Latinoforce," we discuss this and more with Carolina Chavez, Account Executive at Salesforce.
Landing your first job after college is no small feat, and Salesforce and Women in Technology International are here to help. Hear from Brittany Pham, Account Executive at Salesforce, about her tips and tricks for securing a job after graduation. Don’t miss what she has to say:
Why is it important that everyone understands the complexity of intersectionality? How can we celebrate it at work? Join us now on YouTube to hear Natalia Leon, Principal Success Manager at Salesforce, share her thoughts. Watch now:
What is intersectionality, and how does it impact an employees’ experience? Join us for today’s episode of “Creating an Inclusive Workplace with #Latinoforce,” as Gonzalo Martinez, Order Management Specialist at Salesforce, shares his thoughts. Watch now.
Do you ever get the feeling that your dream role just doesn’t exist (yet)? That’s what Alexandra Siegel, Senior Director, Equality Enablement & Content at Salesforce, thought a few years ago – so she created her own. Learn how you can do the same in our latest episode of "With WITI."