Salesforce

Working at Salesforce: Company Overview and Reviews

Salesforce
Salesforce
4.2
465 reviews
Salesforce Ratings
4.2
Average rating of 465 reviews on Indeed
4.0Work-Life Balance
4.2Pay & Benefits
3.7Job Security & Advancement
3.7Management
4.1Culture
Headquarter
San Francisco, CA
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Internet and Software

Popular jobs at Salesforce

 Average SalarySalary Range
Software Engineer
2 Salaries reported
$160,000
per year
$80,000-$240,000
Senior Software Engineer
80 Salaries reported
$135,243
per year
$67,000-$203,000
Sales Associate
2 Salaries reported
$15.50
per hour
$7.75-$23.25
Solutions Engineer
1 Salaries reported
$17.00
per hour
$7.25-$36.40
Software Architect
16 Salaries reported
$130,570
per year
$65,000-$196,000
Salary Satisfaction
85%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 320 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Salesforce Reviews

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Overall Reviews at Salesforce

5.0
Account Executive | San Francisco, CA | Jan 29, 2020
Leader, Growth Focused, Invested in Employees
Highly positive experience at SFDC. Resources all supportive of deal execution. Company very invested in employees and customer satisfaction. Exciting being a part of the launch team for the Retail and CPG vertical at SFDC.
4.0
Account Executive | Chicago, IL | Dec 3, 2019
Better for younger people
Salesforce has great solutions and an outstanding message, but the environment is definitely geared towards younger people. Also, Salesforce is known as a difficult company to do business with and spends a lot of time getting in its own way.
5.0
Customer Success Manager | San Francisco, CA | Nov 24, 2019
A great experience at Salesforce!
I joined the Customer Success Group of Salesforce this summer as a graduate intern, working on the adoption strategy for customers. It was absolutely a great place to work! I learned a lot from colleagues and always felt motivated and eager to make an impact.
3.0
Account Executive | Atlanta, GA | Oct 10, 2019
Enterprise Sales
Tough business trying to sell Salesforce to new enterprise customers as everyone knows the company and the product - I was once told by a senior executive that one of the most important pieces of sales strategy needed to be successful was ...Luck
3.0
Commercial Sales Executive | Seattle, WA | Oct 20, 2019
Competitive
SFDC is very competitive place to spend your time within your sales careers. The opportunities are far less than years ago and that isn't slowing down. It's a very stressful environment and it's getting harder and harder to even make your number based on the size of the territories and the comp plan. Big swings, big loses.
5.0
Contract Specialist | San Francisco, CA | Jul 8, 2019
Great place to work for
great place to work at, There is a alot of things I could say however this is a great place to work at. Everyone is very helpful if you ever need help with anything.
3.0
Account Executive | Boston, MA | Mar 5, 2020
Great product
Salesforce has a great product and brand, however we still need to get our alliances business running to support our aggressive sales growth numbers. Management team all comes from Oracle.
4.0
Business Development Manager | Atlanta, GA | Jan 21, 2020
Innovative and great product
Great product and great name to work for. Work/life balance is good. They've made a lot of strides with diversity and inclusion but these things take time. Benefits are good but compensation isn't the best in tech. Great CEO and fun environment.
5.0
Administrative Assistant | San Francisco, CA | Oct 30, 2019
Creative, dynamic company to work for and with a very positive work culture
My experience there was extremely pleasant there because of the strong positive work culture. Everyone was very nice and polite to one another. The company takes great care and make measures to appease the employees. It's an exciting and highly stimulating place to work.
4.0
Customer Success Manager | San Francisco, CA | Mar 31, 2019
Productive and fun work place
Great work culture. The CEO of salesforce cares a lot about his employees. He makes sure that there are mother rooms for women who need to breastfeed there child. Meditation rooms if an employee is stressed, as well as a dog daycare. A typical day at work for me receives projects from my supervisor, and complete them in a short time frame. For the projects, I organized and presented data on Microsoft Office, helped create ideas for Salesforce’s employee skills database, organized a small part of Salesforce’s database, and earned badges from Salesforce’s Trailhead.

Questions And Answers about Salesforce

How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Salesforce? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Jun 28, 2016
1 to 3 months depend if there is hiring freeze.
Answered Jul 24, 2019
They hire new interns every Monday, Process is easy, bring your resume and look your best
Answered Aug 11, 2017
Does Salesforce have remote work positions available?
Asked Aug 17, 2017
Yes you can work remotely
Answered Apr 10, 2019
Yes. Remote options for most (or all) offices, and some people just work remotely all the time.
Answered Feb 10, 2018
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Salesforce?
Asked Jul 15, 2018
On average I work at least 8 hours a day
Answered Jul 8, 2019
I would work 40 plus overtime
Answered Sep 24, 2018
How often do raises occur at Salesforce?
Asked Jan 29, 2018
Twice a year every six months
Answered May 10, 2019
2 times a year
Answered Apr 10, 2019
What benefits does Salesforce offer?
Asked Jan 29, 2018
All of them and then some. Dental, Vision, Health, AD&D, Life Insurance, 401k, Employee stocks, College Choice (this is the coolest), Grand Rounds, Teladoc, Legal Advice, EAP, discount site
Answered Aug 27, 2019
Great benefits. But lacks vision and products you can get excited about.
Answered Jul 18, 2018