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- "Many might have told about all the great benefits salesforce offers and everything is true :" (in 1836 reviews)
- "Salesforce promotes a great culture as a company and that is reflected in the employees' interactions at the company" (in 1697 reviews)
- "In company there are great people that work and they also make it pleasant for another to work there." (in 1193 reviews)
- "Good Work life balance and OOM" (in 846 reviews)
- "fun to work for and the poeple are nice plus pay is good" (in 558 reviews)
- "Poor management (both middle management and executives)" (in 388 reviews)
- "If you are good with the managers and go out on golf events/drinking you will get good accounts." (in 331 reviews)
- "Recent layoffs mostly affected very talented folks but majority of them were from San Francisco to cut down the cost." (in 223 reviews)
- "long hours and fast moving pace so business constantly changing (not necc a bad thing)" (in 96 reviews)
- "Upper management is absolutely bloated with nonessential employees." (in 66 reviews)
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- 5.0Dec 6, 2023Business Development Representative (BDR)Current Employee, less than 1 yearIndianapolis, IN
-Great work culture & work life balance, management enables employees, superior benefits and pay.
-Can be lots of moving parts at any given time.
- 5.0Dec 6, 2023Senior Product DesignerCurrent EmployeePalm Bay, FL
Takes time to integrate you into company from hiring to onboarding great experience.
Salesforce is a big company with a lot of moving parts, infrastructure changes alot so the things you probably loved about them at the start can change quickly.
- 5.0Dec 5, 2023Marketing DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearMiami, FL
Love the culture and the people. Forward thinking and great benefits
Systems are not integrated so that’s a little frustrating
- 5.0Dec 5, 2023Sr. Technical ArchitectFormer EmployeeOhio City, OH
Great company and benefits and support system
Promotions are to get. Management will use any small excuse to deny it.
- 5.0Dec 5, 2023Prime Named Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWashington, DC
Company values, ESPP and matching 401k, great products to sell, investing in innovation.
Onboarding is pretty self-serve. Lots of cooks in the kitchen to review deal terms.
- 5.0Dec 2, 2023Senior Member of Technical StaffFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsRaleigh, NC
Great office with views of the city, snacks, coffee, drinks. Fun events throughout the year Great pay
A large part of your earnings is paid in RSUs which run out after a few years. RSU refreshes depend on your management chain.
- 5.0Dec 1, 2023Manager Customer InsightsCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAtlanta, GA
Salesforce has been everything it is cracked up to be. I've been part of the Global Brand Marketing group for 3 years now, and it's a phenomenally well-run organization. Leaders are high-character and values-driven, walking the walk. Best in class Creative and Advertising groups internally. Product Marketing organization is strong. Research and insights driven while not being stifled/'paralysis by analysis'. Fast-moving. Beautiful offices.
Very, very large company with silos. B2B is not for everyone, Long sales cycles, Travel for major events (e.g Dreamforce), large public company so often 'chasing quarterly earnings' and the rush that comes along with that.
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Salesforce has an overall rating of 4.0 out of 5, based on over 18,471 reviews left anonymously by employees. 76% of employees would recommend working at Salesforce to a friend and 65% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -8% over the last 12 months.
76% of Salesforce employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Salesforce 3.9 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.9 for culture and values and 3.8 for career opportunities.