At Salesforce, we take care of our employees every way we can, with comprehensive benefits, cool perks, and fun offices.
Great benefits package - they have to be competitive in their marketplace. Health, Life, Disability insurance is top notch. 401K and donation matching (not to mention 48 hours of volunteer time/year) is very, very good.
Great benefits all around. Can't see any negatives on the benefits side at all.
All the best things: 100% 401k match up to 6% of salary or $5k Excellent suite of product partners including Progyny (fertility, egg freezing), Milk Stork, Color Genomics (got a free DNA test), and many more $100 wellness reimbursement/month for things like gym membership, fitness classes, and massages AnyPerk discounts on retail and entertainment Flexible Work From Home (I do it once or twice a week and feel much more productive and mentally healthy) Pre-tax commuter benefits Unlimited PTO for Sr. Mgr's and up 1 week of Volunteer Time Off (VTO) for all employees Generous yearly bonus, more or less 10% of base salary Things that would be nice: On-site healthcare (dr, dentist, optometist) More flexible pet policies and spaces Some type of travel benefit for things like Uber and air travel More PTO for those < Sr. Mgr (most start with only 15 days)
Good value, pricing Volunteer Time Off
$100 for Health / Fitness $50 for home internet Great perks through AnyPerks etc
100% 401K match, best in town. Better than all other competitive companies at the same level.
Low cost and high value medical/dental/vision. Maternity benefits and Wellness reimbursement
nothing special about benefits at salesforce
Best thing is Salesforce offers all necessary benefits. But the bad is that trying to get help in understanding your options for benefits and when you run into trouble with benefits is bad. Salesforce lives in the cloud and they think all people want to search the intranet for answers and that the intranet provides the right assistance when disputes or lack of quality service is the problem. Finding a person who can actually help requires you to take unnecessary steps and consumes way to much time.
Very generous compensation AFAIK, and, any one with pay grades 7 and above can take 'un-limited' PTO
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.