Salesforce Overview

  • Sydney, Australia
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1999
  • Company - Public (CRM)
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $10+ billion (USD)

Salesforce is an online customer relationship management, or CRM, solution. It offers all your teams, including marketing, sales, commerce and service, a shared view of your customers thanks to an integrated CRM platform.

Company Updates

December 3, 2021
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There are many qualities that make a fantastic leader, and transparency is one of them. In this episode, Syreeta Gordon-Taitt virtually sits down with Christopher Sousa (Regional Vice President, Large Enterprise Sales at Salesforce) to discuss how to be a transparent leader. By tuning in, you'll learn how to balance confidential information while being honest with your team, how to overcome the challenges that come with being a transparent leader, and how transparency can increase your team's productivity.
How to Lead with Transparency
November 30, 2021
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In our latest episode of the “Art of Leadership,” host Syreeta Gordon-Taitt talks with Alexandra Basso (Manager, Enterprise Business Development at Salesforce) about how to lead with empathy. Watch now to learn why it's important to lead with empathy in a digital-first world, how you can build this skill set, and how leading with empathy can increase your team's productivity.
How to Lead with Empathy

Salesforce Reviews

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The culture - Salesforce's core values are enforced at every level; no one is paying lip service to diversity, inclusion, and valuing people above profit. The benefits are unparalleled, especially


I am not loving trying to be a part of a large, global team, remotely. Many offices remain closed for safety, and our teams are spread out geographically such that I may NEVER meet most of my

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Keep enforcing the culture, and hiring with it in mind. The quality of people with whom I work makes up for any late nights for releases, and the hard work. The people are amazing.
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Diversity & Inclusion at Salesforce

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Salesforce Interviews

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    I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Salesforce (United States) in Jan 2021


    There were four interviews, after the initial screening call. I met with my now manager, and two Lead engineers. It was the most pleasant technical interview I have done. While they grilled me, no one seemed interested in making me fail, or proving they knew more - all technical sessions were collaborative, and supportive. There was also a timed online challenge, which was incredibly nerve-wracking and miserable. I managed to get about half of the tests passed, in a new-to-me language, and survived it. The final interview was mostly a personality interview/culture fit interview.

    There was a lot of "what would you do" questions - for example, what would you do if you force pushed something to master and had to quickly revert?

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Salesforce Awards & Accolades

  • #2 100 Best Companies to Work For®Fortune2019
  • #1 Best Workplace in AustraliaGreat Place to Work Australia2019
  • Employees Choice - Best Place to WorkGlassdoor2018
  • #1 Best Workplaces for Giving BackFortune2018
  • #1 World's Best WorkplaceGreat Place to Work Institute2018

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