I am pleased to share that for the seventh year in a row, Salesforce has been named among the top three Best Workplaces in Singapore by Great Place to Work. An achievement that is only possible thanks to our dedicated and hardworking team that goes above and beyond every day.

We certainly have a lot to celebrate. On top of this achievement, this year, Salesforce Singapore was also named the #2 Best Workplace in Technology and one of the Best Workplaces in Asia for the fifth year in a row.

We’re especially proud that the recognition for these awards is determined largely on feedback by the very people that make up our organisation, and I wanted to share some of the reasons why our employees rate us as a great place to work.


We’ve embraced flexibility and are achieving Success from Anywhere

With Slack as our new digital HQ, we’ve embraced flexibility, leaning into this digital-first future of work. Throughout this pandemic, we’ve proven that with the right technology, we’re able to deepen relationships, drive collaboration, and grow together without the need to stick to a 9-to-5, eight-hour desk shift.

When it’s safe to return to the office, our re-opening strategy, guided by employee feedback, will allow flexibility to determine how, when, and where we work. Through a flex approach, we expect that most of our employees will be in the office one to three days per week for team collaboration, customer meetings, and presentations. Our office spaces have also been transformed with new layouts to better support collaboration, innovation, and cultural connection.


We do well by doing good

We believe that business can be the greatest platform for change with our pioneering 1-1-1 model.

We’ve woven a spirit of philanthropy throughout our company culture by dedicating 1% of our equity, time, and technology to improving education, equality, and the environment. Our employees are encouraged to take up to seven days or 56 hours a year to volunteer. This year, our employees across the ASEAN region have so far volunteered a total of 18,300 hours.

We continue to give back and support a number of organisations, despite new restrictions placed upon us for the past two years. Some of the creative examples of how our teams have been involved and given back virtually include: 

  • Holding a Salesforce Career Conversation event, which connected Taylors University Malaysia students with Salesforce executive mentors for career conversations (pictured)
  • Participating in Freerice, The United Nations World Food Programme
  • Career mentoring with Daughters of Tomorrow
  • Supporting the Make-a-Wish Foundation (MAWF) last quarter, and raising an incredible SG$80,000 for the charity


We take care of our employees

The health and wellbeing of our team has always been a high priority. On top of our existing world class benefits, which includes a quarterly wellness reimbursement where employees can claim on fitness and sports equipment, fitness devices, gym memberships, and more, we recently introduced a new global benefit to help prioritise the mental health of our employees too. Through Lyra Health, employees are able to be matched with coaches and therapists for personalised counselling and coaching. 

In the last few months, we also introduced notable new benefits. These include: Vaccine Time Off to receive and recover from the COVID-19 vaccine, COVID-19 sick leave, global family care leave, and global backup care which reimburses employees up 5 days a month for in-person child or elder care.

We would not be where we are today without our employees. I could not be more proud of our team in Singapore who continually show up for one another, our customers, and our communities. This award is a testament to their hard work and accomplishments. 

Thank you to our team for making us a great place to work.


If you’re interested in joining us at Salesforce Singapore, please visit our Careers Page for more information.