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We upskill Trailblazers through the Pathfinder program, Salesforce Military, and Trailhead. We also hire untapped talent through Year Up and Ada Developers Academy in the US. And apprenticeship providers like FIT and Multiverse in EMEA. Read more >
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Salesforce stands against racism, violence and hate. Our Racial Equality and Justice Task Force takes action in four areas: people, philanthropy, purchasing, and policy. Read more >
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We work to ensure our products are developed and used ethically and uphold the fundamental human rights of every individual. Read more >
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We strive to be accessibility Trailblazers, ensuring equal access to all our products and workplaces. Read more >
Our commitment to Pay Fairness
We address pay gaps by race and gender each year. In 2023, less than 1% of our global workforce required adjustments. Read more >
Invest in Education Worldwide
We have invested $100 million in San Francisco and Oakland public schools and more than $165 million worldwide. Read more >
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Our advocacy work focuses on police reform, criminal justice reform, LGBTQ+ equality, climate justice, and the protection and expansion of voting rights in the US. Read more >
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We expand access to resources for diverse business owners and vendors through our Supplier Diversity and Inclusion Program. Read more >
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Equality is a core value at Salesforce. We believe that businesses can be powerful platforms for social change, and that it is our responsibility to further equality for all. Creating a culture of equality isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s also the smart thing. It empowers us to innovate, build deeper connections with our customers, and ultimately become a better company.
Equality is a core value at Salesforce.
Tony Prophet is named Salesforce's first Chief Equality Officer
Tony Prophet became our first chief equality officer to focus on initiatives to bring greater diversity to the business software company.
``Marc has firmly planted a flag that a corporation can be a force for good in society. And now he's extending that by creating this smart platform for driving not just inclusion and diversity but driving equality,`` Prophet told USA TODAY.
Transparency and accountability are key, so we set a goal in 2019 to have 50% of our U.S. employees from underrepresented groups by the end of 2023.
Our aspiration is to create a workplace that looks like society, and to do this, we need to accelerate representation.
Launch of our Racial Equality and Justice Taskforce.
We added new representation goals in 2020 to 1) double Black VP+ representation in the U.S. 2) double representation of URM leaders (VP+) in the U.S., and 3) increase by 50% our representation of URM employees in the U.S. by the end of 2023.
Lori Castillo Martinez is named the new Chief Equality Officer of Salesforce.
Lori Castillo Martinez was named Executive Vice President and Chief Equality Officer. In this role she will lead the company’s global equality efforts, including equality strategy and programs. For the past six months, Lori has served as the interim Chief Equality Officer and was previously the head of Global Employee Relations and Equality — a role uniquely designed as a way to accelerate and integrate people and equality initiatives at Salesforce.
“Lori has already made a significant impact on our culture in her role as interim Chief Equality Officer,” said Brent Hyder, President and Chief People Officer at Salesforce. “She has a unique ability to build talent strategies guided by the voices of of our employees, while influencing company-wide action. This makes her the best leader to push us even further into this next chapter.”
Goal reached, a year early.
We reached our goal for 50% U.S. employees from underrepresented groups, a year early, as well as reaching our goal of doubling Black VP+ leaders in the U.S., ahead of plan.
We published a new multi-year global gender representation goal to reach 40% women-identifying and non-binary employees globally by the end of 2026
To reach our goals and accelerate our progress, we’ve announced new initiatives and expanded on our existing programs to support access, retention, belonging, and fairness at every stage of the employee journey. These strategies include: Accelerating Representation, Focus on Experience, Design systems with Equality at the Center, Empowering our Equality Groups, Leading with a Global Mindset and Engaging our Stakeholders.
Read more here: https://www.salesforce.com/company/equality/
We strive to create a workplace that reflects the diverse communities around us and where everyone feels seen, heard, valued, and empowered to succeed. Clearly, there is more work to be done, but together we can build a more equal workplace and world for all.