Salesforce- what will happen to Tableau Employee Benefits?

Tableau ImTableau
Jun 19 32 Comments

What can we expect? Are we going to move to Salesforce benefits completely or Tableau gets to keep its own benefits?

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  • Salesforce / Eng ohanair
    Salesforce benefits are not that bad. Unlimited vacation, 6 months of family leave, unlimited VTO time, flexible on telecommuting, great work life balance, etc, etc.
    Jun 20 7
    • Tableau ImTableau
      OP
      Out of pocket for Health insurance will go up.

      Premera has better coverage & rates in WA.

      Unlimited vacation - that really depends on the mgr? Isn’t it? You may not be able to take more than 3 weeks. Whereas if you get fixed # of days that basically becomes yours to take however you want to.
      Jun 20
    • Salesforce kyen
      Aetna is horrendous.
      Jun 21
    • Salesforce / Product xnGB25
      Unlimited PTO for level 7 and above
      Jun 21
    • Tableau / Eng AitchQ2
      No one knows what Level 7 is yet.

      And how much will change over the next month.
      Jun 21
    • Salesforce uTestForce
      7 = smts (senior) if I recall.
      Jun 21
  • Salesforce IlIlIlIl
    Salesforce will get Tableau benefits 😉
    Jun 19 1
    • Tableau ImTableau
      OP
      Haha, that’s a wishful thinking.
      Jun 19
  • Amazon yacht 🛥
    It will suck if Salesforce takes over benefits, no more free food and other perks
    Jun 19 8
    • Amazon / Eng tenders
      For Seattle?
      Jun 20
    • Amazon yacht 🛥
      Where else would it be?
      Jun 20
    • Salesforce uTestForce
      Quip still gets free food, years in. Likely 2 years+ before those bennies get sunsetted
      Jun 21
    • Tableau vvqP11
      Free food for remote employees. I.e. my kitchen
      Jun 22
    • Salesforce iusx32
      Free food will continue in your office if that’s part of your culture. Other acquired teams still have it even in Salesforce tower.
      Jun 29
  • Salesforce UfMg36
    Curious, what benefits does tableau offer?
    Jun 20 3
    • Tableau ImTableau
      OP
      Healthcare plan is one of the best in tech if not the best. Premera has amazing coverage & negotiated rates for our plan. 3 weeks vacation, 2 weeks sick, 9 days holiday, 2 floating leaves. Commute subsidy - $275 per month. Loads of free food.
      Jun 20
    • Tableau / Consultant
      sFPK48

      Tableau Consultant

      PRE
      Citrix Systems
      sFPK48more
      And until this year we paid nothing for our insurance..tableau covered it all. Now its 5$ out of each paycheck or something small like that. Low deductible $200, low OOP max $1500. 45 massages per year. Healthcare is basically free.
      Jun 20
    • Amazon yacht 🛥
      Wow that’s amazing that you don’t have to pay anything for healthcare.
      Jun 20
  • Salesforce xLlr18
    Unlimited vacation?!! Not for everyone!!
    Jun 20 0
  • Salesforce some dude
    At RelateIQ, benefits slowly got taken away over time – around 3-4 years later, most original benefits were gone or replaced.
    Jun 20 2
    • Salesforce GOhu27
      Yep- SF will slowly fuck with, kill, and replace the culture and benefits of most (all?) companies it aquires.

      It's not all terrible but often things start changing/get taken away little by little. It seems petty to worry about things you no longer have as they are taken away because LOOK AT ALL THESE OTHER SHINY THINGS YOU GET #OHANA....

      Fast forward five years and the sum of all those petty changes aren't so petty
      Jun 20
    • Salesforce YewT83
      What benefits did RelateIQ have? The only one I heard about was food from Fraiche.
      Jun 20
  • MuleSoft aw11
    Be prepared to move over to Salesforce benefits
    Jun 20 2
    • Salesforce DBlindGuy
      Which are much better than Mulesoft ever offered.
      Jun 20
    • MuleSoft aw11
      Never said it wasn’t
      Jun 20
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  • Salesforce xLlr18
    I miss blue Cross blue shield to be honest
    Jun 20 0