- “I think it’s important for everyone to get vaccinated and to get safe,” Benioff said in a CNBC “Mad Money” interview with Jim Cramer.
- Although not a factor that will prevent them from returning to the office, Salesforce employees are encouraged to receive a vaccination against COVID-19.
Last week Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce, began efforts to persuade employees to get inoculated against Covid-19.
“I think it’s important for everyone to get vaccinated and to get safe,” he said in a CNBC “Mad Money” interview with Jim Cramer. “Here in the United States, or in other countries like the United Kingdom or even Israel, you can see how vaccinations have made a dramatic difference in the organization.”
Effort have been made by Salesforce to inoculate staff against coronavirus, though it won’t be a rule set in place that will determine if they can return to the office after Corona rates reach safer levels. Remote work will be permitted throughout the rest of the year for any employee that wishes to do so.
Plans have been made by the tech giant to welcome vaccinated staff back to the main Headquarters, a 61 floor high building in downtown San Francisco. The cloud software giant will later allow workers in its offices who did not receive a protective shot against coronavirus.
Salesforce is the largest employer in the San Francisco area, with over fifty thousand employees worldwide.
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