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59 English questions out of 59

January 31, 2022

What is paid time off like at Zscaler?

Pros

It's a good group of people, office politics BS is not really a thing here (corporate culture is very against that). They treat us really well (compensation, little perks, time off policies) and respect that work should not take up all hours of our lives.

Cons

Working remotely can make it tough to engage with the larger team.

Advice to Management

Look for opportunities to engage remote workers with their colleagues.

They treat us really well (compensation, little perks, time off policies) and respect that work should not take up all hours of our lives.

January 31, 2022

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November 28, 2020

Does Zscaler offer massages?

Pros

Great product and lots of growth. Alot of work where you can make yourself look good. Great espp and rsu stock grant refreshers

Cons

They do some sneaky stuff with comp packages that should be mentioned before you join. Rsu’s are only granted 4 times a year so your first vest could be late 3 months. 401k employer match of 2k is dollar for dollar BUT you must be employed on the last day of the year December 31st. No exceptions. There benefits list makes it sound like the perks are included, what they mean is they offer it with premiums. You hear free food once a week? I think they should disclose it as free Indian food once a week. Completely lame if you dont like it.

Advice to Management

Figure out how to onboard people better. Total disaster for first few months as it is just do what you want attitude.

You hear free food once a week?

November 28, 2020

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August 11, 2020

Does Zscaler offer relocation assistance?

Pros

good benefits package and salary, market with high demand and good products, motivated sales team, dedicated CEO

Cons

Following the change in management and the new goals for the new year, there are a number of people who need to be (re-)employed. This is generally not bad, but new employees always need time to get up to speed. So for a new employee there are only a few "old hands" to ask questions

Advice to Management

Be ambitious but patient in your recruitment. Make sure that every new face fits and contributes to the team spirit.

good benefits package and salary, market with high demand and good products, motivated sales team, dedicated CEO

August 11, 2020

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October 10, 2021

Does Zscaler offer dental insurance?

Pros

Very organised in Sales processes as well as Onboarding processes Clear role and responsibilities Great support from peers, including Product Management and Engineering teams

Cons

Processes are double edged sword. Can provide clear and proper information to understand the nexts steps of the Sales stages, but they introduce rigidness too. No organization-wide medical and insurance coverage.

wide medical and insurance coverage.

October 10, 2021

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October 6, 2021

Does Zscaler offer family leave?

Pros

My first quarter at the company l must say has been great! Everyone is friendly, helpful, they try to make you feel welcome, they get involved if they think they can assist you or an effort, and l truly have felt set up for success. I have all of the support, people, training and resources l need to do my job, and if there is something l need that l cannot find l am either pointed in the right direction and/or it is built. Everyone is collaborative & open to feedback. Plus, starting a full time remote job during COVID (particularly as a people manager) is tough, but Zscaler has really done a great job to go fully virtual and stay connected.

Cons

Like any fully remote company there are existing pains. People tend to work hard but in a vacuum, which results in silos. This sometimes has created duplicative efforts/work. Communication could be better. Company initiatives and goals beyond revenue targets would be great to understand in depth, as they are not expressed in a way that helps drive individual team goals. Benefits packages are another point of stress. Great job getting diverse candidates, more women in leadership, etc., but in order to attract more women & diversity l think taking a closer look at things like maternity/paternity leave are very important. Particularly for a Bay Area based company this package is not competitive, and what l would call to be lower than standard.

Great job getting diverse candidates, more women in leadership, etc., but in order to attract more women & diversity l think taking a closer look at things like maternity/paternity leave are very important.

October 6, 2021

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