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30+ days ago

IT Lead Performance Engineer

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

Salesforce.com Corporate IT is seeking a talented Lead Performance Engineer who can innovate new ways to provide performance analysis faster… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Business Development Representative

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

We are looking for high-energy, driven professionals with sound business acumen, strong technical aptitude and natural sales instincts to join our… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Senior Training Account Executive

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

- Cultivate and grow the training business in the commercial and enterprise customer base - Managing complex sales-cycles and presenting to C-level… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Senior Engineer, Force.com

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

You must have a solid background in JAVA or Force.com programming and an understanding of Javascript, CSS, SOAP XML, and HTML. You will be… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Senior Product Security Engineer

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

With the full backing of our executive leadership, you'll work closely with the technology organization and partners to evaluate the design and… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Product Architect

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

As the Product Architect, you will be designing and coding enterprise class, innovative, scalable, secure and extensible applications for… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Production Support Software Engineer

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

At Salesforce, trust is our #1 priority. Our software is used by 100,000+ companies who demand a high quality, responsive and predictable… Salesforce


30+ days ago

IT Lead Monitoring and Automation Engineer

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

¬∑ Implementation of a high availability monitoring infrastructure that will capture event records and categorize… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Training Account Executive

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

- Forecast sales activity and revenue achievement in salesforce.com, while creating satisfied and reference-able customers - Networking internally to… Salesforce


30+ days ago

Small/Medium Business Account Executive, Healthcare Vertical

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

¬†Small/Medium Business; Account Executive: Healthcare Vertical Company information: Salesforce transformed the enterprise software market with… Salesforce


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    Great culture in R&D, but getting eroded thanks to new bureaucratic head of engineering

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    Current Employee - Lead Member of Technical Staff in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at Salesforce full-time (more than 5 years)

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    Pros

    - Work life balance
    - Growth opportunities
    - Great middle management
    - Brilliant CTO
    - South Bay shuttle is a huge time saver
    The R&D organization has some of the best minds in the industry. While the company has grown (and the product as well), the organization is continually adapting itself and trying to get more agile. One of the very few companies where the Individual Contributors have a huge influence in the direction and roadmap of the product.

    Cons

    - Title Inflation. Too many CTOs and too many Architects
    - Cronyism has set in and the rot is spreading like a virus
    - After 4 years, effectively one takes a pay cut because of no stock options or all options have been vested
    - Top down. Used to be bottoms-up.
    - VPs of Engineering are aggressive and promote cronyism

    Advice to Management

    R&D used to be a great place where individuals felt great about contributing to the product. Advice to the new engineering management: Do not kill the Salesforce culture. Nothing is perfect, but what you (new engineering management) are doing is attempting to replace an open people-empowered technology culture with a top-down cronyistic culture. You have lost some great minds and will lose a lot more if you do not fix your approaches.

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