Current and former employees report that Zscaler provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The Holidays are well laid out based on the city. If you happened to work on a public holiday then there is additional payment. RSU, Stock option and Flexi-PF are great to have.”
“Group health insurance is provided cover upto 6 Lakh INR (1 spouse and 2 children) Unfortunately, cannot add parents as dependents. Parents can only be added by paying a yearly premium.”
“$2K match per year. Not bad compared to other mid sized tech companies. ”
Small 401K match, but great RSU and ESPP programs. Insurance is very cheap and comprehensive. Many other benefits like free life, a cheap legal program, work from home office equipment allowance, and others. Most positions are work from home
I find all perks good.
Pros - Stock options, ESPP, health benefits are amazing with low deductibles, many paid holidays, paid week off after Christmas
Great benefits, increased maternity leave to 12 weeks paid
Hi all, I have been working as a BA for just under a year now. I am still a student juggling class and work, but come fall I will be back as a full time student to finish my bachelors (minor CS, focusing on data oriented classes) I want to transition to tech (Facebook (Meta) , Apple , Amazon , Netflix Google Salesforce , Airbnb , Zoom or Zscaler type That being said, those tech companies do not seem to hire BA, rather DA, BI etc (often times ask for a masters or 5+yrs of experience) any suggestions to get a foot in the door there?
Average benefits. No 401k match. No increase in PTO year over year but it isn't watched very strictly.
Pretty status quo for companies of this size. Multiple Health Insurance (including HSA - my preference). They make contributions to the HSA that I think equates to about $800/yr. Vacation policy was average w/ time off over Christmas which pretty much equates to 3+ weeks a year. I've only requested PTO for actual vacations - we have flex time for the odd day\time off (may differ from manager to manager). My only real disappointment is the matching contribution. It's paid out once a year and it's only $2000 - so no percentage matching. I think they make up for it with generous stock grants (which obviously differ from role to role).
Updated new maternity and paternity leave policy! Maternity - 12 weeks at 100% base pay Paternity - 8 weeks at 100% base pay
Benefits package was really good.
It's a reasonable benefits package for a company of this size. I don't really have any complaints about it.
Everything is pretty good! Could always have more PTO