Pros: corporate phone, laptop and tablet, volunteer time off, fitness reimbursement, great healthcare
Cons: difficult to move around if you are a junior role
Salesforce is a great place to work. They truly value their employees and continuously work to make it a more enjoyable work place. There are a lot of perks such as fitness reimbursement, commuter discounts, company iPhone, laptop and iPad,volunteer time off, floating holidays, etc.
A typical day at work for me involves meetings with various teams. – more... It all depends on the project I'm working on at the time. Overall, I'd say its a very collaborative culture here.
Obviously at Salesforce, I've learned to use the app quite well. I've also broadened my knowledge of technology and learned about trends in the industry.
My co-workers are great. It's a very casual culture here. Everyone asks how your weekend was, happy hours occur regularly, team dinners about once or twice a quarter. Overall everyone is pretty pleasant to work with.
The hardest part of the job is probably the typical struggles that go with working for a large company. Things need to move quickly, but obstacles can make that difficult. My department is relatively new though, so I'm sure the kinks will get worked out as we work together longer. – less