On Friday, Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, warned staff members that individuals employed during the epidemic have not been as productive as earlier generations of employees. Salesforce news.
Benioff reportedly asked a barrage of open-ended questions on the company’s culture on Friday morning in a public internal Slack channel “to elicit the greatest level of feedback,” as seen in internal screenshots SFGATE received. At Platformer, Zoe Schiffer was the first to report receiving the message.
“How can we at Salesforce make our staff more productive? In particular, new hires (2021–2022) who were hired during the epidemic will have considerably reduced productivity. said Benioff. Is this consistent with office policy?
Salesforce Failed To Track the Performance of Their Employees!
Marc Benioff, co-CEO of Salesforce, wants new staff to increase their output (Report: CNBC), Benioff publicly questioned if remote work was the cause of new hires’ lower productivity in a Slack message to staff members. The co-CEO inquired via Slack, “Are we not creating tribal knowledge with new hires in the absence of an office culture…?” During the height of the epidemic, the leading provider of cloud-based software was a pioneer in advocating working from home, and the business today has a hybrid policy.
In response to slowing sales growth, Salesforce let go of hundreds of staff in early November.
Last month, Bret Taylor left his position as co-CEO of Salesforce, and in January, Stewart Butterfield will leave his position as CEO of Slack, which Salesforce owns.
Before Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor's surprising departure announcement last week, tensions had been growing between him and Marc Benioff for months. Story w/ @EmilyGlazer and @laurenthomas https://t.co/p1GFZCzc7c— Aaron Tilley (@aatilley) December 7, 2022
Salesforce is not private, it's publicly traded. It's also part of the Dow. CEO is offering relocation to any employees who are uncomfortable living and working in Indiana because of Indiana's extreme conservative policies. Protecting employees will have the Board's backing— 🧶 Nathaniel Carey 🥑 (@NathanielCare10) September 25, 2022
No, it is NOT a private business, but if he is going to use his company as a political tool, I'm sure that long term stockholders are exiting very quickly.— MyAmerica (@kkeith1961) September 27, 2022