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Anonymous shared this review of Salesforce, United States on Apr 19th, 2021
"You deserve better than Salesforce. There are some good female managers, but my experience was like a bunch of mean girls in a high school cafeteria. Gossip, bullying, and policy violations that would get you fired elsewhere. Your professional reputation and your emotional health are too precious to take a gamble with the kind of manager you could end up working for at Salesforce."
Anonymous shared this review of Salesforce, Israel on Jan 29th, 2021
"It’s hard to get promoted as a woman. I’ve spent a few years in the company and haven’t met a single Israeli female employee who got to senior leadership. No career track is being developed as well,"
Anonymous shared this review of Salesforce, United States on Dec 21st, 2020
"Busy place. Not for the faint of heart. Good if you're ambitious."
Anonymous shared this review of Salesforce, United States on Dec 17th, 2020
"Still a lot of bias when it comes to mothers. Mothers returning from leave are often times put into ic positions when they left as managers. Be very careful about documenting your desire to stay in a management position... this happened to me twice and when I didn’t complain right away (hello, I’m a little busy over here with my new baby), they said I must have been ok with it. If you are high enough in the org, having no directs puts you on the list for potential layoffs no matter how well you’ve performed. Having 6 months of leave is great, but since most fathers don’t take 6 months, it’s inadvertently negatively affecting women. Having two children negatively impacted my career here. "
Anonymous shared this review of Salesforce, United States on Oct 22nd, 2020
"Very executive fire-drill driven. We want to be a place for work-life-balance, but it is hard to maintain that and also be successful. "
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