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Salesforce commits to paying vendor hour service providers during COVID-19 crisis & donates $1.5m to emergency response

“Updates on Salesforce Safety and Wellbeing Actions - An Update on Our Offices in North America and EMEA”, 16 March 2020

All of our employees around the globe have been strongly encouraged to work from home. Given the escalation of local governments’ guidance within some of our communities, we are moving to a "hard close" of our offices in North America and EMEA through at least April 15. And we will continue to pay our vendor hourly service providers, who are an important part of our family.

[14 March 2020]: To support the community in which Salesforce is headquartered, the company will donate $1.5M to the City of San Francisco’s Give2SF fund to support its emergency response to the coronavirus crisis.