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When the world was reeling from the outbreak of the pandemic, software giant Salesforce initiated efforts to aid people both inside and outside the company. Salesforce donated more than 60 million pieces of safety gear to health care workers and their communities. It also donated about $30 million to small businesses, marginalized communities, and schools. Within the company, Salesforce enabled parents to take up to six extra weeks off work, and offered reimbursements of $500 a month for childcare and educational resources. Most recently, the company announced that it would permanently allow employees the option to work remotely. “During this pandemic, our company has shown its true colors,” one staffer says. “It makes me so grateful every day.”
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