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    Unreal... It's like a cult

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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive  in  Toronto, ON
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Toronto, ON

    I have been working at Salesforce.com full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    - office locations are in downtown
    - any tool you need (laptop/Mac, iPad, iPhone, etc.)if you need it for your job, ask and you shall receive
    - free food & drinks on all floors: cereal, crackers, candies, granola bars, soda, fizzy water, coffee, tea, hot chocolate
    - rigorous recruitment and selection process = you're surrounded by brilliant people from the support staff all the way up to the management
    - happy customers (even those who have issues) would convince you that you joined a great company that they would even be willing to sleep in a tent just to be at the annual Dreamforce event!
    - everyone at work seems really happy to be working here
    - competitive benefits and compensation
    - structured & unstructured training
    - promote from within

    Cons

    - mostly work at the office instead of work from home
    - territories get shuffled frequently based on fiscal year, promotions, etc. it would be great if there's consistency with the territory, it's challenging to build your region only to be plucked from your patch the next round of territory adjustments
    - nothing else at this time

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please protect the culture. Let's not turn this wonderful organization into an Oracle 2.0. There's a reason a lot of us left Oracle and decided to join Salesforce. It's the HEALTHY culture. Let's not poison it please.

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