Beyonce’s startling Lemonade lyrics. Scandalous sound-bytes from the presidential campaign. The news about Prince (nope, still not ready to accept it).

As always, the Twitosphere has been on fire lately … and amidst all the madness, we couldn’t take our eyes off what was trending in the #SalesforceOhana. The photos Salesforce employees shared (and we reposted on our @salesforcejobs Twitter and Instagram) were each definitely worth a thousand words. At least.

Take a look at 9 of our favorite recent employee moments on social media. Warning: upcoming images of babies may cause cuteness overload.

1. The Onesie

Theresa Ludvigson, Sr. Director, New Hire Experience

Nine-year Ohana member Theresa found out she was promoted while on maternity leave ... via a custom onesie for her new baby boy. Congrats, Theresa!


2. The Caging

Phoebe Kotliar, Systems Engineering Associate

Our Atlanta Pardot team never met a prank they didn’t like … including this epic Nicolas Cage desk takeover.


3. The Vibes

Noah Handel, Business Development Representative

The famous Salesforce #AlohaFriday spirit is alive and well at Salesforce HQ, where the Business Development team proudly rocks their Hawaiian shirts in style.


4. The View

Chris Atwood, Global Account Manager

Have you been to Salesforce Tower in London? Then you might recognize this view of the famous Gherkin building, photographed by one of our own employees. Not too shabby.


5. The Power Pose

Kato Hines, Sr. Administrative Assistant

Bringing the zen: the HQ Demo Team, balancing it all at a team offsite in the beachside town of Stinson, California.


6. The Cafeteria

Satoko Ehara, Senior Recruiting Events & Marketing Specialist

Salesforce Tokyo unveiled a sparkling new cafeteria with Aloha spirit to spare. Who’s hungry?


7. The Party

Tiago Cota, Business Development Representative

Our São Paulo team knows how to have a good time! A Hawaiian luau in our Brazil office … it’s wonderful when worlds collide.


8. The VTO

Holly Goldin, Advocacy Program Manager

Holly gives back in a big way for the Red Cross with her Volunteer Time Off, and we couldn’t be more proud. #VolunteeringRocks #Like


9. The Cafe

Brian Murphy, Principal Solution Engineer

“Coffee is a lot more than just a drink; it’s something happening.” Gertrude Stein said it first, and clearly something is happening in our Hillsboro cafe … something fabulous.


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