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Manager, Finance & Strategy Operations

Salesforce San Francisco, CA is the global leader in customer relationship management (CRM) software. We pioneered the shift to cloud computing, and today we’re… Salesforce

3 days ago

Manager/Senior Manager, Finance & Strategy - Platform

Salesforce San Francisco, CA

This role will be responsible for partnering with the Executive Vice President of the Platform Cloud and his senior management team to build annual… Salesforce Reviews

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    Current Employee - Associate Member of Technical Staff (Software Development Engineer) in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Associate Member of Technical Staff (Software Development Engineer) in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at full-time (less than an year)


    Salesforce is your friend when you work here. I've had two managers so far and both are there only to help me out and help me grow. It's very open in many ways, such as
    - It's easy to get a hold of other teams and communicate.
    - Your teammates will be open to your crazy ideas.
    - Freedom to work on your own projects and switch teams


    Getting started is still rough. Weeks of training, setting up your computer, waiting for other people to give you access to resources you need, and finding out information about anything is tough. We use chatter and google docs to keep track of random information like where to get a company phone or what API to use for integration with such and such. But both resources are a conglomeration of obsolete and inapplicable information.

    While we do pride ourselves on having an open culture, it isn't necessarily a very exciting, friendly or personal culture. You're generally free to do what you like, but many (maybe most) teams don't go to lunch together and aren't friends with each other. They just have small talk and do what it takes to get the job done well. Since your team is who you're with all day and who you talk to most of the time, it's kind of important. I wish it was the other way around, where my team was wanted to talk too much and spend more time hanging out than I did. The employees are kind of old here, so it's just not what I'm used to I suppose.

    Also, spoiled as I already am here, I will always be jealous of companies that have free cafeterias because I can't cook.

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    Team bonding events should be mandatory.

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