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Salesforce Named to World’s Most Ethical Companies List for 15th Time

The Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and measuring corporate ethical standards of business practices, has again recognized Salesforce as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies™.

Why this matters: Trust is Salesforce’s number one value. Since the company’s founding in 1999, Salesforce has placed trust and ethics squarely at the center of its model. This latest recognition illustrates Salesforce’s commitment to transparency, ethical conduct, good governance, and delivering on its commitments to all stakeholders. 

Go deeper: The Ethisphere Institute’s 2024 list honors 136 organizations across 20 countries and 44 industries. 

  • The Institute’s selection process evaluates organizations’ culture, environmental and social practices, ethics and compliance activities, governance, diversity, and initiatives to support a strong value chain.
  • Only a select number of companies with exceptional ethics programs and a commitment to advancing business integrity make the annual list. 

What they’re saying: “It’s always inspiring to recognize the World’s Most Ethical Companies®. Through the rigorous review process, we see the dedication of these organizations to continually improving their ethics, compliance, and governance practices to the benefit of all stakeholders. Companies that elevate best-in-class cultures of ethics and integrity set a standard for corporate citizenship for their peers and competitors to follow. Congratulations to Salesforce for achieving this honor and demonstrating that strong ethics is good business.” – Erica Salmon Byrne, Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Chair, Ethisphere

At Salesforce, we are all stakeholders of trust and our ethical culture. It is this shared purpose that unites us and drives us to do our best for our customers, community, and each other every day.

Sabastian Niles, President & Chief Legal Officer

The Salesforce perspective: “At Salesforce, we are all stakeholders of trust and our ethical culture. It is this shared purpose that unites us and drives us to do our best for our customers, community, and each other every day. As the AI revolution takes hold, infusing trust, responsibility, and impact in all we do is more important than ever to a company’s success and to the success of our customers and all of our stakeholders.” – Sabastian Niles, President & Chief Legal Officer


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