EEO-1 and Equal Opportunity Policy
Our annual EEO-1 Report is available for download below, representing employees as of 2021. Please note that due to the EEO-1 reporting schedule, the numbers reflected in the below form are representative of a point in time in December 2021, and not our current 2022 data. The EEO-1 Report is a snapshot in time of our U.S. demographics and based on categories prescribed by the federal government. These categories are not necessarily representative of how our industry or workforce is organized. The information provided on our Equality page is a more accurate representation of our progress toward diversity.
To align with U.S. government reporting requirements, data on this website uses traditional gender categories of male and female. Salesforce deeply respects that gender is non-binary; reporting in this manner should not represent our position on the issue.
Note: Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.
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Equal Opportunity Employment Policy
Salesforce is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a policy of non-discrimination with all employees and applicants for employment.
What does that mean exactly? It means that at Salesforce, we believe in equality for all. And we believe we can lead the path to equality in part by creating a workplace that's diverse, inclusive, and free from discrimination.
Any employee or potential employee will be assessed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications – without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, transgender status, age, disability, veteran or marital status, political viewpoint, or other classifications protected by law.
This policy applies to current and prospective employees, no matter where they are in their Salesforce employment journey. It also applies to recruiting, hiring, job assignment, compensation, promotion, benefits, training, assessment of job performance, discipline, termination, and everything in between. Recruiting, hiring, and promotion decisions at Salesforce are fair and based on merit. The same goes for compensation, benefits, promotions, transfers, reduction in workforce, recall, training, and education.
More Information and Definitions:
*Underrepresented Minorities (URM) refers to ethnic or racial groups whose population in tech is disproportionately low compared to the population in society. In the U.S., we are referring to Black, Latinx, Native American, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, and Multiracial employees. Multiracial employees are those who self-identify as "two or more races".
**For our goal [50% of our U.S workforce will be made up of Underrepresented Groups (Women, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Multiracial, LGBTQ+, People with Disabilities, and Veterans) by 2023], the overall representation percentage is de-duplicated so that all intersectional identities are only counted once.
***For all of our representation goals, Salesforce reports on data gathered at the end of our fiscal year, which is January 31. For 2023 goals, that will be Jan. 31, 2024. For our 2026 goal, that will be Jan. 31, 2027.