Women's Ratings
4.0
4.0
64%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
78%would recommend to other women
100%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
Highlighted Reviews

Executive Assistant

Technical Operations

The benefits at Salesforce are absolutely excellent. As a company, they are also very transparent and do their best to make sure everyone has the things they need to make them better at their job. I was in a support role, not in their main office, so I was not in a position to advance during the time I spent there. It wasn't very exciting as far as office positions go, but it was stable, I felt respected by my peers and paid very well. Marc Benioff is the kind of CEO you want running your company. He is making an effort to consciously close the gap on pay in equality, gave benefits to same sex couples before anyone else was doing it (PULLED HIS BUSINESS FROM INDIANA) and encourages volunteering time money and assets. If you want a place that will definitely take care of you as an employee, I would recommend SFDC. The hours can be long, but they also pay overtime.

It is phenomenal to see executive leadership rally around equity-related issues - including pay equity for women, and encouraging more women to get into the tech industry. However, there is still a strong "boys club" vibe with the sales teams and women don't seem to climb the ranks in sales or solution engineering. Many opt to shift career focus to other departments, like Customers For Life or Marketing, when starting families. Overall though, it is a fantastic company that I am proud to work for and I encourage women to consider building their careers here - it's the most supportive place I've worked.

The company is making strides to improve gender and ethnic diversity, but it still has a long way to go. Policies and benefits are very competitive and always improving. As a woman in this company—and working with clients—I've become accustomed to being the only or one of just a few women in a meeting. I've experienced some gender bias from managers that is more a reflection of society than this company as a whole, but the woman who will be most successful at Salesforce will be a self-advocate, confident person who will speak up and own her seat at the table.
Have Things Gotten Better, Worse, or Stayed The Same For Women at Salesforce in The Past Year?
75%
Say Gotten Better
Salesforce is on a mission to hire and promote more women and minorities. It's so refreshing to work at a place where equality and inclusion are part of the core values.Salesforce has been supportive of women since the day I started 3 years ago, and they just keep getting better. Equal pay for equal work, and it's not just lip service. Hiring and promoting qualified women remains a high priority.
0%
Say Gotten Worse
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25%
Say Stayed The Same
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Official Employer Information

Headquarters Location

San Francisco CA, United States

Number of Employees

10,000+

Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way. The company was founded on three disruptive ideas: a new technology model in cloud computing, a pay-as-you-go business model, and a new integrated corporate philanthropy model. These founding principles have taken our company to great heights, including being named one of Forbes’s “World’s Most Innovative Companies” seven years in a row and one of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” nine years in a row. We are the fastest growing of the top 10 enterprise software companies, and this level of growth equals incredible opportunities to grow a career at Salesforce. Together, with our whole Ohana (Hawaiian for "family") made up of our employees, customers, partners and communities, we are working to improve the state of the world.

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Crowdsourced Employer Benefits
Median/Consensus
Vacation Allowance(Weeks)
3
Paid Maternity Leave (weeks)
12
Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks)
4
Paid Paternity Leave (weeks)
9
Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks)
26
Flextime, Healthcare, On-Site Childcare, 401k and more...
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