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Business Intelligence Engineer - Member of Technical Staff

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

• Strong Data Warehousing experience– Candidate must have at least 4 years experience in data warehousing technologies. • A proven track record of… Salesforce


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Salesforce1 SWAT Team Lead

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

• Provides technical support to account teams to resolve any performance problems. • Identifies, verifies and documents irregularities in… Salesforce


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    Excitement and opportunities for those who are driven and lean toward positivity

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    Current Employee - LMTS in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - LMTS in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Salesforce full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Overall, the company culture seems very open and encourages honest self-reflection, but there's definitely a bias toward people who are naturally positive and seek opportunities. If you're a team-focused, positive, cheerful, driven person, this is a company where you can make huge strides in a very short amount of time.

    Cons

    First, it's NOT a startup, and while the company seems to have a great future ahead, it's not a fast-growth place where you're going to get catered meals, massages, and toys to play with every day. This shouldn't be a problem, but since the HQ is in San Francisco, people are reminded of all the perks and opportunities that abound just around the corner (or in Silicon Valley). Also, while the company is a great place to work, it tends to favor extraverts and people who desire to move up or who want to do lots of things outside their current job role. Being surrounded by "movers" like this can be exhausting if you're one who wants to be "comfortable" and seeks to achieve work-life balance.

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    It's a great company, and I love my job and the opportunities there. However, as I consider moving to the next phase of my life (marriage, children, taking care of my parents), I want to see more examples of people who are successfully balancing work and life goals. I want to see people like this rewarded and help up as role models just as much as the latest hackathon winner who spend 3 days without sleeping, or the "rain maker" who worked many many hours to land a big deal.

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