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Every day, more than 150,000 companies are increasing employee productivity, team collaboration, customer loyalty and, most importantly, their sales using the world’s #1 CRM platform.
The rewards of putting your customers first.
Our innovative cloud-based platform gets accolades from press around the world, but it’s the dedication to helping our customers succeed that's made us the world’s 4th-largest software company.
Salesforce prides itself not only on award-winning technology but also on the talent of its people. The company is thriving under the guidance and leadership of some of the brightest minds and most experienced executives in business.
Outforce brings together employees who are allies of equality in sexual orientation and gender identity. We promote an open and inclusive culture that empowers employees to bring their whole, authentic selves to work every day. Along with all our Ohana Groups, Outforce also educates our Salesforce ecosystem on how diversity and inclusion create business success. We are out and proud, LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Queer) members and allies, and we celebrate our pride all around the world.
Equality starts with us. At Salesforce, we value and respect people of all backgrounds. We believe a diverse and inclusive workplace fosters innovation and creativity, and are committed to building a culture where everyone feelsincluded. While we've made progress on some fronts, we know that there is still real work ahead — but together, we can drive meaningful change and create a more equal workplace and world for all.
Salesforce helps companies connect with their customers in a whole new way. We are blazing new trails in enterprise software every day while focusing on our mission of improving the state of the world.
Life at Salesforce centers around our culture. We are an Ohana of Trailblazers. Our values connect and inspire us. Our behaviors build trusted relationships. And the experiences we deliver all feel like us.
Members of our Ohana enjoy great pay and perks, but they also value the opportunity to learn from some of the most passionate and driven people in the industry, grow their career with us, and give back.
Meet Ainhoa Ocon, a Business Programs Associate who works at Salesforce. Ainhoa originally joined Salesforce last June in 2019 as a Futureforce intern supporting the Sales Programs South Growth Markets Team. She is also an active member of Outforce, one of Salesforce’s 12 Equality Groups. Want to know what a Salesforce Equality Group is? And curiou...
After one year at Salesforce I can say all the good words about our Ohana culture is not only company branding, but an authentic view of how its culture drives equality.
In my first internship with them, we organized Pride in Madrid for the first time and more than 80+ employees showed up to support the cause, including International CEO and COO. Additionally, Salesforce turned the gold sponsor of the largest LGBTQ+ Business School event ([email protected] IE University).
Those are just some of the incredible achievements I have lived in the Salesforce Ohana, but the wider view is that every single event you will experience has to do with its 1:1:1 model or what Mark Benioff calls" the business of business" - making this one a better World to live in.
Please reach out to me if you need advise on its hiring process or culture.
When I joined Salesforce I did it because I had worked with the CRM and I was very surprised about the quality of the technical solution allowing multiple organisations to share the same infrastructure.
After a year I met colleagues who were part of LGBTQ+ community and as part of it myself I felt immediately connected. In my previous working experience in consulting I never felt such an inclusive working environment and welcoming other orientations, not only in sexual preferences but also in race, religion, gender.
This journey at Salesforce has taught me how to become a better version of myself and how to help others overcome sexual orientation bias because surprisingly nowadays, there are still hurdles that we need to pass through.
When I became Director of Technical Consulting I wanted to be very thorough in communicating and motivating my team to always be empathetic and inclusive because regardless of the company culture statements that we read in the media, at the end I strongly believe that is the leadership team who is responsible to make inclusion reach all the employees and feel like they are part of something bigger than just themselves.
I would totally encourage anyone who is interested to apply for a position in our company and become a part of our Ohana, in my opinion the experience is amazing !!!