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Updated Jan 20, 2021

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  • "Great benefits (free food/drink kitchen big plus)(in 468 reviews)

  • "Great Culture and Diverse Workforce(in 435 reviews)

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  • "Typical big company problems, can be sometimes lost in the shuffle of things(in 131 reviews)

  • "Fast Paced, High Expectations etc(in 127 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 1 year

      Great place to grow your career

      Jan 20, 2021 - Solution Engineer 
      CEO Approval
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      Every SE hired here is incredible to work with, the sportsmanship and leadership support makes it such an effortless place to work. Plus great benefits/perks.


      Can be difficult to navigate your career and find open "headcount" if you want to join a specific team or become a manager, can take some time.

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    2. 4.0
      Current Employee

      Great company and people, low pay for my role

      Dec 23, 2020 - Associate Solution Engineer in Dallas, TX
      CEO Approval
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      Excellent culture, great benefits and fun people. My manager definitely cares and I love my team.


      With rapid growth it’s hard to move up quickly. There is more red tape than before in terms of trying new projects, getting approvals and promotions. There used to be more of a startup mentality and more freedom. I’ve noticed an increase in administrative activities as we have rapidly grown this past year. The “target income” is much less than what recruiters advertise. I’ve overachieved my metrics and have done an amazing job yet have been stuck at an associate title. I am paid less than others who are external new hires in my same role. I was told “although I qualify for a promotion, there are many others on the bench who did not make the promotion cut last time. If I want to be at my desired salary I should leave for a year so I am an external hire and then be rehired back in.” I do not want to leave as I love my team but unfortunately I may have to in order to advance my career and avoid red tape. This doesn’t make sense to me since it would cost Salesforce more to replace people than simply giving raises to those who qualify.

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