Top Workplaces 2021: Salesforce creates tools to reimagine the workplace

At Salesforce, innovation is a core value, and it’s become more critical as the company worked to reimagine how businesses operate during a global pandemic.

“Even during one of the most challenging times, our teams have managed to develop a tool that is helping guide the path toward reopening,” says Gary Nafus, senior vice president, enterprise sales for Salesforce, a global leader in customer relationship management software.

“As customer zero of Work.com, we’re leveraging the tool to guide our return to the office. Through Work.com, employees are prompted to select their shift preferences for the week ahead. This allows us to manage floor capacities, avoid potential bottlenecks, and know who’s scheduled to be in the office — and we can visualize all this in the Workplace Command Center.”

Work.com also lets employees complete brief, daily wellness check-ins to ensure they are healthy before getting approval to enter the office. If an employee tests positive for COVID-19, the site provides contract tracing tools and pinpoints office areas that need to be cleaned and sanitized. 

Continuing work from home

Looking ahead to the rest of the year and into 2022, the company plans to continue being flexible and allow most of its employees to work from home. To do that successfully, Salesforce has found new ways to help employees feel connected.

“At Salesforce, we’re combining the strength of our values, our platform, and our people to reimagine the way we work for the better — whether in-person or in the cloud,” Nafus says. “Everyone has a role to play in driving our culture, and no lone leader or employee can succeed without the strength of our community behind them. We’re looking to our most valuable asset — our people — to help lead us into the future.”

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Focus on Colorado

The California-based company plans to continue maintaining a strong presence in Colorado because Denver is home to a diverse slate of industries, including aviation, bioscience, and financial services.

“We first set up shop in the region starting in 2013, supporting leading customers including the State of Colorado, the City and County of Denver, Ball Corporation, amongst other top organizations,” Nafus says. “Our expansion in Denver reflects the excitement here, and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow in the Mile-High City!”

Commitment to giving

Despite the challenges of the past year, Salesforce plans to continue giving back to the community. Every employee gets seven days of paid time off to volunteer and can match charitable contributions up to $5,000 per year. Salesforce’s top 100 volunteers also get $10,000 grants to give to the nonprofit of their choice. Since the company was founded in 2009, its employees have donated more than 4 million volunteer time hours.

“Our culture is about meaningful work, purpose, and belonging, which we cultivate through our giving back efforts,” Nafus says.

This is the second year Salesforce has been named to the Top Workplaces list.

“In addition to our culture, it’s our people that are the secret sauce that makes us a Top Workplace,” Nafus says.

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Source:: The Denver Post – Business

      

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