Lost words. Odd body language. Getting together with your team in person can be a little awkward at first. These tips can help ease the transition.
"Every month at Salesforce, groups of environmentally conscious staff members come together to help make the world a better, safer, and more sustainable place. Our teams sometimes take boat trips along waterways to collect rubbish. Once a month, we trek nature trails to learn from guides about the unique local ecosystem. Other times, we welcome special guest speakers. They help our members figure out what we can do and who we can partner with to help protect the Earth."
"At Salesforce, we consider the environment to be a key stakeholder, and this passion extends to our employee resource groups (known as Equality Groups). Earthforce is an Equality Group dedicated to promoting environmental responsibility. The group celebrates Earth Month each April by sharing ways to practice “Earth Kindness”, and how others can too."
Suchi Das wants everyone to feel empowered to celebrate themselves and their personal success stories. Read about how she is using her role at Salesforce to encourage and support others in their career journeys.
We talked with Eunbee Marie Kim, Kim Davies, and Valérie Raffa to discover what inspires them about their work in Professional Services. They share how Salesforce helps them stay true to their values and how the company is an attractive choice for women looking to grow their technology career.
Connor knows the true definition of Salesforce from Anywhere, having traveled 13,000 miles on a motorcycle across the U.S. while working as a Software Engineer for Salesforce. He shares tips for working remotely and managing his time.
For Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), Slack employees share their accessibility experiences and how to build a more inclusive digital world.
Our employee resource groups, an essential part of Slack’s Diversity, Engagement and Belonging strategy, share tips for supporting one another
By Susanto As I reflect on the past twelve weeks of my internship journey with Mulesoft as a Customer Success Manager (CSM) Intern, I can’t help but think back and…
Meet Joe Alviani. He started his journey with Salesforce in 2003, as a customer, and later began his Salesforce career in 2012 as a Technical Solution Architect — a role he held for five years. He left for an opportunity at an employee benefits vendor but, after a few years, realized his journey on the inside, as a Salesforce team member didn't make it to the end of the runway. Read on to learn more about Joe’s ticket to a round trip adventure with Salesforce.