Salesforce is cracking down on overtime, tasking management with addressing any employees that log too much.
Like many tech companies, Salesforce is working to cut costs and increase efficiency. According to Business Insider, the company is cracking down on overtime as one of the steps it’s taking.
Employees must obtain management pre-approval if they plan to work more than three hours of overtime in a week. If a worker consistently racks up overtime, managers will speak with the employee to find out why. Logging ten or more hours will get senior management involved.
Despite some confusion surrounding them, the company maintains they are long-standing guidelines:
“These guidelines are not new. They’ve been in place for more than three years,” a spokesperson for Salesforce told Insider.