How Our Culture Champions Help Make Us a Top Workplace in Dallas
Salesforce has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Places to Work in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the second year in a row by The Dallas Morning News!
Last year, I wrote about all the incredible things that happened in our hub to commemorate our first workplace recognition. Fast-forward to the present day and there are some noticeable changes. Because of the pandemic, we’re no longer working in our brand-new office in Uptown or hanging in the social lounge discussing how awesome World Tour Dallas or Dreamforce was. Despite these changes, I’m proud of how we’ve been able to reimagine how we stay connected and preserve our award-winning culture.
At Salesforce Dallas there’s no shortage of culture champions that go the extra mile to bring a sense of community, camaraderie, and excitement to the workday. However, I want to recognize a particular group of employees that have gone above and beyond during this transitional phase - our Equality Group members.
At Salesforce, our Equality Groups are employee-led organizations to support our underrepresented communities. Each group has its own mission and initiatives but they all rally behind one central community - Salesforce. This year, we’ve needed them more than ever through unprecedented economic, hunger, health, climate and racial inequality crises. Here are a few ways they’ve encouraged our local hub and supported the Dallas community over the last several months.